Saturday, October 25, 2014 Heshvan 1, 5775

By:
Leonard Fein
Generally, I find the all-too-common fundraising slogan "now more than ever" offensive. Yet I'm not alone in thinking next week's vote in significant respects is the most consequential off-year election in memory. Why? Because our nation will be paying the costs of George W. Bush's presidency for generations to come. The sooner we can be done with it, the sooner...
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By:
Caroline Glick
Today, the public debate in the United States revolves around one question: When are we leaving Iraq? The conventional wisdom has become that U.S. operations in Iraq are futile. Due in large part to politically driven press coverage, Americans have received the impression that America cannot succeed in Iraq, and that consequently, their leaders ought to be concentrating their efforts...
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Next week's Congressional elections have produced a lively and at times nasty debate between the Democratic and Republican parties as they battle for Jewish votes. As has been the case in recent years, the Republicans are trying diligently to make inroads in the Democrats' solid Jewish majorities and are using the question of support for Israel as their wedge issue...
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Every time anything happens in Israel, Israelis always seem to ask themselves -- and everyone else who will listen -- how will this affect the chances for peace? It's an interesting exercise, and events, such as the entry of Avigdor Lieberman and his Yisrael Beitenu party into the coalition of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, make excellent fodder for discussion, with...
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Who Gets the Blame If the War Continues? Opposition to the war in Iraq is getting extremely narrow in its focus (Cover story: "Parties Joust Over Merits of an Issue," Oct. 12). One major theme is that everything is President Bush's fault, and a minor theme is that everything is the Israeli lobby's and Israel's fault. During the Vietnam war,...
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