Ilhan Omar Antisemite: Why the Right Wing Uses the Smear

On Jan. 4, a video posted to YouTube by Stop Antisemitism named Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) its 2019 Antisemite of the Year. Critics of this dubious honorarium noted that mass shooters who targeted Jewish people this year somehow missed out on winning. Stop Antisemitism was formed following anti-Semitic attacks, including the Pittsburg synagogue shooting in 2018 which killed 11 people. In an effort to educate Americans on anti-Semitism, the organization says that they name and shame anti-Semites each week. This has included people anywhere from neo-Nazis like Andrew Anglin to pro-Palestinian advocates like Linda Sarsour. In their latest contest, they named Omar the 2019 Antisemite of the Year for her previous anti-Israel comments. While everyones mind draws to the Holocaust …

Ilhan Omar Antisemite: Why the Right Wing Uses the Smear

On Jan. 4, a video posted to YouTube by Stop Antisemitism named Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) its 2019 Antisemite of the Year. Critics of this dubious honorarium noted that mass shooters who targeted Jewish people this year somehow missed out on winning. Stop Antisemitism was formed following anti-Semitic attacks, including the Pittsburg synagogue shooting in 2018 which killed 11 people. In an effort to educate Americans on anti-Semitism, the organization says that they name and shame anti-Semites each week. This has included people anywhere from neo-Nazis like Andrew Anglin to pro-Palestinian advocates like Linda Sarsour. In their latest contest, they named Omar the 2019 Antisemite of the Year for her previous anti-Israel comments. While everyones mind draws to the Holocaust …

The Jeopardy! GOAT Tournament Is a Singular Event

The Jeopardy! GOAT tournament—or Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time, as the chirpy official title has it—could end tonight. In a race between three masters of the game to win three matches first, Ken Jennings needs just one more over James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter to take the million-dollar prize. If the tournament doesn't end tonight, it’ll likely end this week. Either way, you’re running perilously short on chances to see it, which you should, because you’ll never have another chance to witness this particular alchemy again—in Jeopardy! or any other contest. I’ll take HYPERBOLE for $800, you might be thinking. Fair. Every sport has an All-Star game. TV competitions like Survivor bring back favorites every few years. Even Jeopardy! …