Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775
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President Barack Obama's motorcade wasn't expected to pass by for another three hours. But Sid Karp stood patiently on the corner of Arch and 12th streets late last month -- along with about two dozen other Tea Party protesters -- waiting for the chance to express his ardent disapproval of a variety of policies. "Obama is changing our form of...
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Here's a phrase that most workers dread hearing: "It's time for your annual performance review." Stop shuddering for a minute. After all, a business professor at the University of California--Los Angeles is campaigning to eliminate them all together. "Reviews are fraudulent and offensive one-size-fits-all metrics," said Samuel Culbert. "Getting the word out is important to me." Along those lines, he...
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Clutching a BlackBerry and sporting a "Toomey for Senate" baseball cap and sweatshirt, Nachama Soloveichik is busy monitoring campaign tweets on three computers. With a few weeks to go until Election Day, she and the rest of Pat Toomey's campaign staff are in blitz mode, working 18-hour days. Not that the 30-year-old director of communications minds. In an interview at...
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The perennial issue of whether or not to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem surfaced this week during a congressional debate at the Betty and Milton Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill, N.J. U.S. Rep. John Adler (D-N.J.), a freshman lawmaker, is defending his turf against Republican Jon Runyan, a former offensive tackle for the Philadelphia...
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For the better part of an hour-and-a-half, the moderator of a debate between U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-District 8) and the man who formerly held the Bucks County seat, Republican Michael Fitzpatrick, tried in vain to get the raucous crowd of 600 to settle down. The audience on Sunday greeted each candidate with football-like chants of "Murphy" and "Mike" as...
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