Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

Bryan Schwartzman

Freelancer, Former Staff Writer
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Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) -- who, by all reports, was very nearly John McCain's choice for running mate -- predicted during a Sept. 28 GOP rally in Ardmore that McCain would receive more support from Jewish voters than any Republican candidate since before the Great Depression. Back in 1980, Ronald Reagan garnered 39 percent of the Jewish vote en route...
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State Rep. Daylin Leach (D-District 149), a 47-year-old who has served in the General Assembly for six years, insisted that he's running for the seat being vacated by state Sen. Connie Williams (D-District 17) to reinvigorate the Democratic minority in the chamber and help get stalled health-care and environmental legislation into law. Leach stated that, up till now, the state...
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On the heels of a roller coaster week on Wall Street and the onset of what many economists are calling the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, Philadelphia's deputy mayor for planning and economic development warned that the city may be facing tough fiscal times in the near future. But, he insisted, there is no reason to panic. Andrew...
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When it comes to American policy vis-à-vis Israel, whoever takes the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2009 -- be it John McCain or Barack Obama -- will inherit an even more complicated and potentially dangerous political and security landscape than the scenario that awaited George W. Bush upon entering the White House. "The next president of the United States...
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In the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001 -- by far, the deadliest terrorist attacks in American history -- a palpable sense arose that so many things had changed irrevocably. But, when it comes to national elections and partisan politics, has the memory of that event created a lasting effect that's altered the rules of the electoral game? Or does the...
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Profile

Bryan Schwartzman has been reporting on the Jewish community of Philadelphia since 2003. After 10 years as a staff writer, he now occasionally freelances for the Exponent. He writes about trends in politics, religion and spirituality, philanthropy and sometimes dabbles in sports and the arts. 
 
He has received numerous awards from the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Journalists, the Jewish American Press Association and other organizations.
 
A native New Yorker, he earned a master’s degree in modern Jewish history and literature from the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is also a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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