Post Archive

March 4, 2009

At the Jewish Council of Public Affairs, the delegates voted by a narrow margin to oppose off-shore drilling even though they also support energy independence...

nacl, on Eric Trager: Cohen is where it is at. He is a pretty interesting guy, emblematic of what has been around for a long time,...

Attorney General Eric Holder surfaced today at the annual gathering of the Jewish Council on Public Affairs, the umbrella group for Jewish community relations councils...

As Jennifer pointed out this morning, Democratic Senator Evan Bayh has come out against the Omnibus Appropriation Bill, that would fund the government...

The White House's attempt to shove inquiry about Chas Freeman under the rug isn't going so well. Republican Pete Hoekstra, ranking minority leader on the...

The president and the secretary of state have to get their stories straight. Yesterday, the news broke that Barack Obama indicated to the Kremlin his...

The president told his Big Labor supporters he's in favor of the Employee Free Choice Act. Well, yes, he was in favor of going line-by-line...

In today's New York Times, columnist Harvey Araton is still falling over himself to discuss the "courage" of black women tennis players who competed in...

Officials at the United Jewish Communities and the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, as well as the Orthodox Union and the American Jewish Committee, are...

Today in Ramallah, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that Israel's demolition of Arab homes in Jerusalem was "unhelpful." It was to be expected that...

The situation just south of our border is bad, and getting worse. It's gotten to the point where Mexico's foreign minister feels it necessary to...

Jake Tapper is the only mainstream White House reporter with the temerity to raise the Chas Freeman issue. The White House feigns ignorance about the...