Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774
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The Iran issue may be a bit of a wild card in the 2008 presidential primaries, to say nothing of the general election, according to columnist Dick Polman. Will voters ultimately reward tough talk on Iran? Or will it make the majority of the electorate skittish about the prospects of another war, considering how unpopular the conflict in Iraq has...
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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney insists that he's no flip-flopper. Back in 1994, Romney ran against U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) as a pro-choice, pro-gay-rights Republican and lost. Fast-forward 13 years: Romney, a Republican presidential hopeful, is an abortion opponent who opposes civil unions, as well as gay marriage. Was the shift one of conviction or convenience? In an Oct...
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With all eyes on the race for the White House -- the New Hampshire Democratic primary could actually be moved to as early as December -- it's almost easy to forget that Election Day 2007 is fast approaching, with local parties and candidates campaigning with ferocity. And nowhere are races in the area more intense than in Montgomery County, particularly...
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U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) joined the chorus of lawmakers alarmed over Iran in an Oct. 4 speech on the Senate floor. He pushed for economic sanctions and more forceful diplomacy, yet he appears uncomfortable with any talk of a potential military strike. "The key is to use every power, every asset that we have and leave every option on...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Sept. 11, 2007. For some people, it was just another Tuesday, filled with work or school, and no normal routines interrupted. For others, it served as a grim reminder of the day they lost a friend or relative to a senseless act of terrorism. But for government officials and homeland-security experts, the sixth anniversary of the attacks on the World...
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