Friday, May 22, 2015 Sivan 4, 5775
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Just about a year ago, Jeff Bezos, the man who made Amazon a household name, unveiled his effort at cornering the ever-hopeful e-book market; his nifty reading device, called the Kindle, was unveiled with lots of pomp and circumstance and, according to critics and public alike, it lived up to the hype. One of the first journalists to get a...
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Some Church Leaders Clearly Chose Not to Sit and 'Feast With the Beast' The director of the United Methodist committee at the Institute on Religion and Democracy, Mark D. Tooley , writes in The Weekly Standard ( www.weeklystandard.com ) on Oct. 2 about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's dinner pals: "In a fourth encounter over two years, American church officials shared an Iftar...
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Douglas Bloomfield
Lawyers have an old saying: "If you have the facts on your side, pound the facts. If you have the law on your side, pound the law. If you have neither, pound the table." Jewish Republicans must have little faith in Sen. John McCain's version of the facts, because they are pounding the table with both fists and their reputation...
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Abraham H. Foxman
The political campaign season is now in high gear. While much of the media's focus has been on handicapping the candidates and their chances in November, we would like to call attention to one less-publicized aspect of the U.S. political scene in 2008, which we find troubling. This year, there have been increasing signs that the presidential race will present...
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Iran deserves a stronger response from the candidates, the country and the Jews
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Jonathan S. Tobin
On the threat from Iran, we got some good news, bad news and even worse news last week. The good news: Both presidential candidates think the prospect of Iran going nuclear is a bad thing. Republican candidate John McCain went straight to the bottom line in the first presidential debate last week when he flatly stated, "We cannot allow a...
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