It's amazing what we don't notice when we are children.
The Midrash Says was and remains an extremely popular five-voume compendium of midrashic material on the Torah; sort of like Louis Ginzberg's Legends of the Jews. As far as I can see, children today mainly read The Little Midrash Says, which wasn't available when I was a kid, so The Midrash Says it was. It was enriching Shabbos reading; weekday reading too.
But it is more than just what the Midrash says. It is also what its compiler says the midrash means.
Equates and attacks Reform, Conservative and Modern Orthodoxy:
Attacks pizza shops:
Attacks support for Israel's irrigation needs:
Against 'indiscriminate' Aliya:
Zionism contravenes Torah-opinion (Daas Torah):
Interesting. It goes without saying, or should, that this post is not about anyone's right to hold these views or to publish them, neither of which I contest!