Jackson Richman, Washington Examiner

Jackson Richman

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Past articles by Jackson:

Eric Adams is no Bill de Blasio, but he's off to a troubling start

Being in office for just over a week, New York City Mayor Eric Adams has shown that he is not like his predecessor, Bill de Blasio. The former mayor was arrogant and hostile to certain groups, including law enforcement and the Jewish community. → Read More

Bye bye, BBB?

Ahead of President Joe Biden signing an infrastructure bill into law on Monday, Vice President Kamala Harris said, "Now, this bill, as significant as it is, as historic as it is, is part one of two." → Read More

Recognize Iran's Ebrahim Raisi for who he is

There is no end in sight for the booming firearms industry. Despite thin inventories, sales in July were the second-highest ever for the month at an estimated 1.3 million-1.4 million, bringing the total to about 11 million this year, according to an analysis of FBI background check data. → Read More

Chicago Dyke March chooses antisemitic hate

The Chicago Dyke March, on Saturday, is not about promoting Pride but rather a far-left agenda that includes antisemitism. → Read More

Marjorie Taylor Greene's insincere apology

On Monday, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologized for comparing former mask mandates to the Holocaust. → Read More

Tim Scott earns cautious agreement from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

Rebutting President Joe Biden's address to Congress on Wednesday, South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott observed that "America is not a racist country. It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination. And it’s wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present." → Read More

Biden’s new Jewish point man says Israelis and Americans are less safe under Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump “continues to ignore our international allies and pursue his maximalist approach without any real plan to verifiably prevent a nuclear-armed Iran,” says Aaron Keyak, Jewish outreach director for the presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign. → Read More

Rioters smash windows of kosher restaurant in DC

Char Bar had been operating on a limited schedule with pickup and delivery amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Airbnb reverses decision over blacklisting Jewish properties in Judea and Samaria

“Airbnb has always opposed the BDS movement. Airbnb has never boycotted Israel, Israeli businesses or the more than 20,000 Israeli hosts who are active on the Airbnb platform,” added the company. “We have always sought to bring people together and will continue to work with our community to achieve this goal.” → Read More

Anti-Semitic posters found outside Tufts Hillel; school president shies away from labeling it as such

In an email to the Tufts community, the university’s president, Anthony Monaco, did not explicitly label the posters, which featured militarized pigs condemning "Israeli apartheid," as anti-Israel or anti-Semitic, rather as “disturbing and hurtful” to the school. → Read More

Democratic National Committee drops partnership with Women’s March

This development comes amid accusations of anti-Semitism within the movement’s leadership, causing many organizations to drop their support of the this year’s march, scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 19. → Read More

Tufts University stands by new ‘Colonizing Palestine’ course

Tufts Friends of Israel group says the class violates a statement by the Office of the President that reads, “While members of our community vigorously debate international politics, Tufts University does not adopt institutional positions with respect to specific geo-political issues.” → Read More

Fitness textbook: Holocaust victims 'did not tap into the strength that comes from their intrinsic worth'

A textbook being used at a fitness class at the University of North Carolina reads that those killed in the Holocaust "did not tap into the strength that comes from their intrinsic worth succumbed to the brutality to which they were subjected.” → Read More

Poll: Most Americans see higher education going in the wrong direction

Sixty-one percent of Americans, both Democrats and Republicans, see higher education heading in the wrong direction. → Read More

Nikki Haley is right. ‘Owning the libs’ only hurts you

On Monday, Nikki Haley rightfully rebuked the social media phrase to take down liberals, known as “own the libs,” as frivolous, saying that "this kind of speech isn't leadership." → Read More

Residential assistant's social media post calls for physical violence against campus Zionists

An incoming Stanford University residential assistant announced his desire to "physically fight Zionists on campus." → Read More

No, Trump, Putin is not 'helping Israel'

During his disastrous press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, President Trump said that Putin “is helping Israel.” → Read More

Vandals deface campus Hillel sign: ‘Free Palestine You F---s!’

A welcome sign outside the University of Oregon's Hillel was vandalized last week with anti-Israel messages. → Read More

No, Candace Owens: Blacks are actually better off today than in the 1940s

Turning Point USA's Candace Owens recently tweeted some thoughts about the state of African-Americans in the United States: → Read More

The Holocaust was nothing like what's happening at the border

As a grandson of Holocaust survivors, I'm appalled Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., compared the unsettling practice of separating immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border to history’s “darkest periods” such as the Shoah. → Read More