Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775

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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By:
Linda Maizels
By sponsoring a summer camp promoting the boycott of Israel, the American Friends Service Committee places itself at cross purposes with its own mission statement, argues the Jewish Federation's point person on Israel.
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By:
Marc R. Stanley
The chairman of the National Jewish Democratic Council urges Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
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By:
Jay Wexler
Next term, the Supreme Court will hear one of its most important church/state cases in recent years. The case, Town of Greece vs. Galloway, concerns the practice of starting legislative sessions off with a prayer.
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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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