Friday, November 21, 2014 Heshvan 28, 5775

Many Americans view the coming of Election Day next week with more relief than anticipation. The barrage of campaign invective from both major parties has invaded virtually every corner of our lives. The end of this political marathon will, if nothing else, give us all a breather from the deluge of partisan argument. But no matter how sick and tired...
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Democratic Complaints About Ads Pure Hypocrisy Like many Jewish Exponent readers, I'm getting sick and tired of reading the complaints of partisan Democrats who think it's awful that Republicans have the chutzpah to run ads in the paper criticizing their opponents (Letters: "Republicans Can Only Win By Smears and Lies," Oct. 16). These people are horrified that the Republican Jewish...
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By:
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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By:
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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By:
Asaf Romirowsky
The United Nations harbors a deep obsession with anti-Semitism, and vocal opposition to both Zionism and the State of Israel. Over the years, Arab foes have capitalized upon these neuroses, using the world body as a vehicle to sway Western "hearts and minds" by depicting Zionism in the same manner as other fashionable enemies, such as communism and fascism. The...
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