E.J. Kessler


Hackers Threaten To Wipe Israel off Cyberspace

By E.J. Kessler and JTA

Hackers threatened to remove all traces of Israel from the Internet and accused it of crimes against humanity on the same day that it crashed the Central Intelligence Agency’s website.Read More


Author Mulls a Winning Strategy for Democrats

By E.J. Kessler

As Democratic lawmakers struggle in Congress over how to end America’s military involvement in Iraq, Democratic strategists have waged a behind-the-scenes battle over the best way to position the party on national security for the 2008 election.Read More


Hillary the Favorite in Race for Jewish Donations

By E.J. Kessler

New York’s junior senator, Hillary Rodham Clinton, is expected to snare the lion’s share of the Jewish community’s substantial political donations in the race for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination.Read More


Neocons Leery of Baker’s Return

By E.J. Kessler

As official Washington waited with bated breath this week for the report of the Iraq Study Group, neoconservatives were sounding alarms that the document boded ill for Israel.Read More


Scandal Could Derail New York Comptroller

By E.J. Kessler

Few New Yorkers expected Alan Hevesi — the state comptroller and one of the most influential Jewish elected officials in the country — to face an uphill battle for re-election this year, when Democrats like him are winning big in the Empire State.Read More



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