REBECCA SUGAR

REBECCA SUGAR

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Rebecca Sugar is a Contributor for the Sun.

Ms. Sugar is a writer and philanthropic consultant living in New York. She is…

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Opinion (Columnists)

The Cocktail Party Contrarian: The Protestors Are Entitled to Free Speech, Not Free Rein

Protestors, sincere or otherwise, cannot be allowed to displace students trying to study for finals, get to class, and graduate. Yet they do exactly that because the spirit of academia is broken.

AP/Craig Ruttle
Opinion (Columnists)

The Cocktail Party Contrarian: A Jewish Response to Murthy v. Biden

What American Jews need for their own safety is less censorship, not more.

AP/J. Scott Applewhite, file
Opinion (Columnists)

The Cocktail Party Contrarian: Jonathan Glazer Can Say Whatever He Wants, but Thinking More Beforehand May Be Wise

One thing is clear: The director is no master communicator. His jumbled message produced exactly what he claimed he wanted to repair with his ill-crafted speech, ‘dehumanization’ and division.

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Opinion (Columnists)

The Cocktail Party Contrarian: An IDF Soldier, a Woman in a Burqa, and a Bunch of American Jews Meet in a Hospital Hallway at Tel Aviv

The wounded soldier emphasizes to a group of visiting American Jews that he was proud to fight for his country and for his fellow Israelis. He wants to be sure we heard him say that.

AP/Ariel Schalit
Opinion (Columnists)

The Cocktail Party Contrarian: Governor Abbott Isn’t the Only One Who Wants To Protect the Border

‘We need all eyes on our southern states. I don’t know how any story in America is bigger than this,’ an organizer of the Take Our Border Back Convoy says.

AP/Eric Gay
Opinion (Columnists)

The Cocktail Party Contrarian: What’s Safer — Facing Another Pandemic, Or Letting the World Health Organization ‘Save’ Us From One?

The tell that demonstrates this is a global power grab rather than an attempt to unite the world in a righteous battle for human health is the absence of any reckoning for past mistakes and abuses of power.

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