Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

Traditionally, New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary is the beginning of the quadrennial bout of partisan fever in the nation. But since presidential campaigns now begin a year or two before this milestone, it can be fairly stated that we are now in the homestretch of the long march to decide the two major-party nominees for chief executive. New Hampshire and Iowa...
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Evangelicals Remain Our Foes, Not Our Friends We read with much distress your editorial "Evangelicals Step Up," which discussed the contributions of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews to the Jewish Agency (Editorial, Dec. 27). Evangelicals are no friends of the Jewish people. To believe that they are does a disservice not just to Jews, but to all those...
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Making sense of Israelis who want the U.S. to pressure their own government
By:
Jonathan S. Tobin
George W. Bush makes his first presidential visit to Israel this week, but no one is expecting that his presence in Jerusalem and Ramallah will bring about a diplomatic miracle and accelerate progress toward Israeli-Palestinian peace. But there are some Israelis who are hoping that either Bush or Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will use these meetings or subsequent conclaves...
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By:
Stu Goldman
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Counting the Blessings of Freedom by the Light of a Special Menorah Columnist Jeff Jacoby writes in The Boston Globe ( www.boston.com/bostonglobe ) on Dec. 16 about the the light reflected by the White House menorah: "On the seventh night of Hanukkah in 1944, my father was in Auschwitz. He had been deported with his parents and four of his...
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