Saturday, September 5, 2015 Elul 21, 5775
Lots of Glee Expressed in Tehran Over America's Economic Woes Analyst Jonathan Schanzer writes in the Washington Times ( www.washingtontimes.com ) on Oct. 22 about high spirits in Tehran: "As Americans struggle with the loss of wealth resulting from the ongoing credit crunch, subprime mortgage meltdown, and subsequent stock drops, the leading figures of the Islamic Republic of Iran are...
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David Broida
I am voting for Sen. Barack Obama for president because of his strong and consistent support for the State of Israel. That's right. Despite the unfair Republican attacks on Obama which allege that he's weak on the issue, the truth is, support of Israel is, among many other things, an excellent reason to vote for him. Here are a few...
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Steven L. Friedman and Myles H. Tanenbaum
When Jewish voters go to the polls on Election Day 2008, they have critical choices to make: which party's candidates will best protect America from terrorism; best protect Israel from terrorism; and most effectively grow this economy. Today's Democratic Party is not the same party of your parents and grandparents. It is the party of George Soros, their leading donor,...
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The next president should not repeat the Middle East mistakes of Bush or Clinton
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Has there ever been a lamer duck than George W. Bush? How he went from winning a clear majority of the 2004 popular vote to his current dismal showing is a topic that will fascinate historians in the future. The answers will assuredly revolve around Hurricane Katrina, the war in Iraq, and the financial meltdown that has panicked Wall Street...
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The current issue of Azure magazine, dated summer 2008, appeared in my office recently and looked much like all the other issues of the quarterly that I've seen over the last seven or eight years. You might recall that Azure is published by the Shalem Center in Jerusalem, which is generally characterized as a think tank with a neoconservative bent...
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