Thursday, September 29, 2016 Elul 26, 5776
So close yet so far. That about sums up the current state of comprehensive immigration reform in this country. With the U.S. Senate poised to pass far-reaching legislation, the U.S. House of Representatives appears ready to quash it even before debate has begun.
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Beware of moderation. That’s one critical takeaway from the Iranian elections that produced a new president who’s being touted as a more “moderate” cleric.
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If you’re not paying attention to the Farm Bill winding its way through Congress, you should be, especially if you care about fighting hunger in America.
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He was a man with a mission and for 30 years, Frank Lautenberg pursued that mission as a U.S. senator with a distinctly Jewish passion and a Jewish heart.
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The latest effort to revive the long-moribund “peace process” is being met with understandable skepticism, not to mention derision in some circles. While we, too, have grave doubts about the prospects of a deal any time soon, we should not give up trying.
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