Sunday, March 29, 2015 Nisan 9, 5775

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Soon after casting his ballot at Temple Beth Hillel/Beth El in Wynnewood, Larry Rubin, 69, stood in the brisk autumn air and reflected on his vote. "I'm very disappointed with the way our government is going," Rubin said, explaining why he'd voted a straight Republican ticket. "I'm very concerned about my grandchildren and the future they are going to face...
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Ever since Pat Toomey nearly beat Arlen Specter in the Republican primary six years ago, his supporters considered him a sure bet to one day win a Senate seat or the governor's mansion. Yet most Democrats and even some Republicans dismissed his chances, asserting repeatedly that the former congressman from Allentown was just too conservative for statewide office. But on...
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Domestic Policy Issues Should the health care legislation passed this year be repealed? Sestak: Our bill wasn't perfect, but it represents a step in the right direction. It will prevent insurers from dropping those with "pre-existing conditions"; close the donut hole that has forced seniors to pay exorbitant drug costs; allow young people to stay on parents' insurance until age...
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After mounting pressure on the administration of Lincoln University to repudiate the views of a longtime literature professor who has called for the destruction of Israel and promoted Holocaust denial, the university issued a statement calling the professor's views "an insult to all decent people." The controversy surrounds Palistani-born Kaukab Siddique, a tenured professor at the state-funded, historically black college...
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In a year when the volume of outside campaign spending has emerged as its own election-season story, Jewish-backed groups have devoted an unprecedented amount of money to try to influence the outcome of the Pennsylvania Senate race. In the run-up to the Nov. 2 elections, a new set of commercials attacking Democratic candidate Joe Sestak has hit the airways as...
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