Clinton, who went to Stanford, Oxford and Columbia, clapped back when told she didn’t understand Hannah Arendt’s concept of “the banality of evil.”
Some of the documents were related to Nazi war criminals who took refuge in Argentina after the war.
The bill was overwhelmingly supported by state legislators from both parties.
Trump reportedly was unhappy with the bill because of its Russia component, but any veto would likely be overturned by Congress.
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
“Liberate the Al Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews…Oh Allah, count them one by one and annihilate them down to the very last one.”
Funding will support neighborhood-specific initiatives like the Sinai Health System’s behavioral health system for children in Southwest Chicago.
The girl’s mother alleges that when she told the JCC’s CEO about the employee’s behavior towards her daughter, he replied “It takes two to tango.”
Trump will now have to choose between signing the bill and angering Vladimir Putin, and vetoing the bill and angering AIPAC.
Exclusive: One of the largest and best-known Jewish not-for-profits in the country appears to have broken New York state law.5
The annual Bughouse Square Debates allow anyone with an opinion to share their thoughts, with musical accompaniment by Sousaphones Against Hate.
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