Former baseball player and sportscaster and current aspiring U.S. senator Curt Schilling can’t understand why Jews back Democrats when Democrats, he says, don’t back Israel.4
A small New York synagogue is launching a legal assault on Kars4Kids, the controversial Orthodox charity.9
Hillary Clinton’s plan to meet the Israeli prime minister in her first month as president is listed high in an internal campaign memo outlining the priorities of her first 100 days — a sign of how important it is to repair U.S.-Israel tensions.3
Coke and Pepsi are feeling the Bern this week, after Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders demanded in a cease and desist letter they stop using him in their ads against soda taxes in San Francisco and Oakland.
Nothing quite prepared Jane Eisner for the emails sent in the early hours of October 10 with messages such as: “Shana Tova, Dirty Hooknosed KIKE rat! MAY IT BE YOUR LAST!” A new ADL report codifies the online abuse of Jewish journalists. Is it Donald Trump’s fault?
After Wednesday’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, it might have seemed that we wouldn’t see the likes of it for a long time. But two weeks from now, Louisiana white supremacist and long-shot Senate candidate David Duke will take the debate stage with five of his rivals.10
Howard Stern, the radio dirty talker whose name evokes sleaze, said on his Monday program that Donald Trump’s “locker room talk” about sexually assaulting women was too much even for him.7
n Wednesday, comedian and actress Sarah Silverman sent a fundraising e-mail to Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold’s backers asking them to chip in a few dollars to help beat incumbent and Republican foe Ron Johnson.
Even in a normal election year, the Windy City is a tough town for a Republican. But in 2016 it’s even harder to be a Donald Trump supporter. This is, after all, President Barack Obama’s hometown. It’s also a Democratic stronghold built up by two Mayor Daley’s in an uncontested state that is reliably deep blue.
With groping allegations swirling around Donald Trump, rapper Eminem’s out with the cutting single, “Campaign Speech,” which takes aim at the Republican nominee. And white supremacist David Duke is not happy about it.3
t last night’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump interrupted each other, slung insults and raised their voices. But the most notable shout fest might have preceded the big face-off, as campaign surrogates Mark Cuban and Rudy Giuliani battled it out in the CNN spin room.
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