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Author: Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield: Good vs. Evil in the Supreme Court

A few months after lefty activists crowded Washington D.C. for the Women’s March, activists from many of those same organizations went to bat for a serial rapist and murderer. Ledell Lee’s...

Daniel Greenfield: Nakbacide

Imagine if every year on the 7th of May, Germans held an annual commemoration of the defeat of the Nazi state, complete with Swastikas, anti-Jewish chants and slogans, and a historical narrative...

Daniel Greenfield: The National Security Council’s New Pro-Hamas Israel Advisor

Kris Bauman, the National Security Council’s new point man on Israel, believes that the “Israel Lobby” is a threat, that Israel should be pressured into making concessions to Islamic terrorists...

Daniel Greenfield: Anti-Social Left vs Anti-Economic Left

The Democrats have ended their unity tour more divided than ever. Unlike Republican quarrels, their war is mostly ignored by the media. And yet it will define what the left and its plan to take...

Daniel Greenfield: A Nigerian Prince Named Islam

Say that you get a tempting offer from a Nigerian prince and decide to invest some money in helping him transfer his vast fortune from Burkina Faso or Dubai over to the bank across the street....

Daniel Greenfield: Who Can Count the Dust of Jacob

“Who can count the dust of Jacob or number the seed of Israel.” Numbers 23:10 The sun sets above the hills. The siren cries out and on the busy highways that wend among the hills, the...

Daniel Greenfield: All the Religions You Can Insult on CNN

Reza Aslan has built a career complaining about Islamophobia. Throw a dart at a map of colleges and the odds were good that Aslan would be speaking at one of them about the rising threat of...

Daniel Greenfield: The Dirty Red Secrets of May

American leftists celebrated the venerable Communist holiday of May Day in the traditional fashion. Portland grad students, who have never worked a day in their lives, marked International...

Daniel Greenfield: The Redemption of Israel

How strange it seems! These Hebrews in their graves, Close by the street of this fair seaport town, Silent beside the never-silent waves, At rest in all this moving up and down! But ah! what once...

Daniel Greenfield: Culture of Contempt

The Atlantic’s May cover features Alec Baldwin covered in orange makeup holding up a Trump wig. The cover asks, “Can Satire Save the Republic?” What is satire saving the Republic from?...

Daniel Greenfield: The One Lesson of the Holocaust

Yom HaShoah comes and goes. A day for looking back at what has happened and a day for looking away from what will happen. Millions of dollars have been spent building memorials to the victims of...

Daniel Greenfield: The Rationing Society

There are two types of societies, production societies and rationing societies. The production society is concerned with taking more territory, exploiting that territory to the best of its...

Daniel Greenfield: The Screams of Little Girls in Little Palestine

Livonia, Michigan is known as Little Palestine. The Detroit suburb is famous for its anti-Israel meetings. You could go hear Mustafa Barghouthi, Omar Barghouti and Ali Abunimah without taking a...

Daniel Greenfield: A Murder in Paris

Sarah Lucy Halimi was thrown out of the window of the third floor Paris apartment while she begged her Muslim killer to spare her life. The 66-year-old director of an Orthodox Jewish nursery was...

Daniel Greenfield: From Slavery to Freedom

As another Passover begins, the echoes of “Once we were slaves and now we are free” and “Next year in Jerusalem” resound briefly and then fade into the background noise of...

Daniel Greenfield: The New Civil War

(Editor’s Note: This article was discussed at length by Rush Limbaugh on his show Wednesday. Congratulations, Daniel!) A civil war has begun. This civil war is very different than the last...

Daniel Greenfield: How Senate Dems Went Anti-Israel

On March 23, 2017, Senators had a simple choice to make. On one side was J Street; an anti-Israel pressure group that had hosted BDS activists and opposed Israel’s right to defend itself. On the...

Daniel Greenfield: A Week of Diversity and Terror

On Saturday, Ziyed Ben Belgacem pays a visit to Orly Airport in Paris. He grabs a female soldier from behind and grapples for her rifle while holding a pellet gun to her head. He warns the other...