If there is anything resembling a lesson in all of this, it is the reminder that even the “blood sport” of politics does not have to permeate our own conversations with friends, family, colleagues and even our virtual communities.
By Abie, mgisoaps.com This should be on every major highway, crossroad….everywhere! Sure tells it like it is and it’s hard to argue with facts.
Last night, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Paul Ryan squared off against one another in a debate over foreign policy. During part of the debate, the two candidates locked horns over the threat posed by a nuclear Iran. Biden accused Republicans of engaging in “loose talk” about the threat and of […]
A new IBD/TIPP Poll shows Jewish voters favoring Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney over President Obama in the upcoming presidential election. Those who conducted the survey asked voters, “If the election for U.S. president were held today and the following were candidates, for whom would you vote?” 45.7% of those polled said that they would […]
The questions of the first presidential debate focused entirely on domestic policies; therefore, neither President Obama nor Republican candidate Mitt Romney had a chance to discuss their positions on Israel, Iran or the Middle East. Today, however, Romney will speak about his views on foreign policy during an address at The Virginia Military Institute. According […]
According to The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, the latest American Jewish Committee (AJC) survey of Jewish voters in the battleground state of Ohio shows President Obama with a substantial lead over his opponent, former Governor Mitt Romney. Indeed, says the journal, 64% of Ohio’s Jews support Obama, while only 29% support Romney. What […]
By Avi Greenberger Instead of Live-Posting the whole debate, I just wrote down thoughts, and put it all in here. For starters, yes, I am a Republican. But let us be quite clear, Mitt Romney “won” that debate. He was a better speaker, he was better prepared. And now, with that out of the way, […]
As the first presidential debate of this election cycle approaches, two of the nation’s leading Jewish political figures are offering suggestions to the candidates. Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz spoke to MSNBC’s Chuck Todd about the upcoming debate, last night, saying, “I can tell you, Chuck, that I agree with Governor Sununu that […]
By Ronn Torossian Offensive, isn’t it that The New York Times this week designated as “Zionist” Sheldon Adelson’s purpose for opposing Barack Obama’s re-election. All supporters of Israel are Zionists – and it’s a continued attack on someone who has made it from nothing, while liberal major donors are ignored. There is so much […]
By Ronn Torossian n Cute shtick of an article – How can Netanyahu get a meeting with Obama –http://www.newsday.com/opinion/columnists/bill-o-reilly/o-reilly-here-s-how-benjamin-netanyahu-can-get-a-meeting-1.4027102 n Kudos to Hasbara Fellowships for raising awareness about Ahmadinejad’s visit to New York. More information on the organization is available at: http://www.hasbarafellowships.org/ n A special prayer poem courtesy of the translation by Ze’ev Jabotinsky of […]