It should have come as no surprise that Donald Trump was slow to publicly denounce anti-Semitism. Don't we all know people like that?
Perhaps there have even been times when we were too quiet ourselves, when we should have spoken up but instead said nothing.
It's tough to stand up to someone who makes a racist joke or to call a bigot a bigot to his face. Regardless of how uncomfortable the joke makes us feel, we'd rather avoid a confrontation.
It's easier to just shrug it off, maybe even laugh along, than to put a damper on everyone else's fun. It's easier to remain part of the problem than to be part of the solution.
This week, the Anti-Defamation League...