Now that Senator Elizabeth Warren is on Hillary Clinton’s VP short list, it’s time to evaluate whether or not she’s fulfilled her Senate campaign promises vis-à-vis Israel. By evaluating her voting record, public statements, and institutional ties since assuming office, I’ve broken her positions down into three key issues, evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5 (Jewish) stars. So, how do Warren’s actions compare to her campaign promises?
Democrats have been buzzing with rumors that Hillary Clinton may ask Elizabeth Warren to be her running mate. For a time, it was unclear whether Warren, who is known for her progressive stances and policies, would even endorse Clinton, but once her endorsement was secured, public displays of allegiance and support from Warren to Clinton increased exponentially.45
J.J. Goldberg got an up-close look at the contrasting fates of two ancient societies that struggled, in opposite ways, with the same dilemma facing Britain.17
Weeks after the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, anti-abortion activists began to strategize about how they could challenge the decision.4
The Donald has denounced anti-Semitism in theory, but not the specific kind coming from within his own camp, Bethany Mandel argues.46
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