Emanuel led Dems’ successful effort in 2006 to seize the House and Senate from Republicans – a situation that Dems see parallels with today.
Among those that criticized the passage were the Reform movement, the Jewish Federations of North America, B’nai B’rith and Jewish Women International.
After the vote was announced, Democrats started singing the song “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye,” believing that the vote spelled doom for many Republicans.
Ossoff is drawing a small, but important segment of the Republican electorate to support his Georgia congressional bid.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., a congressional leader who has been a staunch defender of Israel and the rights of Holocaust survivors, is leaving Congress. Ros-Lehtinen, a GOP moderate who has sharply criticized the policies of President Donald Trump, told the Miami Herald on Sunday that she simply no longer felt the drive…
At least 18 Democratic House members have signed a letter to President Trump demanding that he fire Sebastian Gorka, his top counter-terrorism aide, due to Gorka’s affiliations or work with anti-Semitic organizations and individuals.
After the crushing electoral losses that swept Donald Trump into the White House and sealed Republican control of the U.S. Congress, the Democrats’ road to recovery winds through the leafy, well-heeled suburbs of north Atlanta.
WASHINGTON — An array of Jewish organizations joined a letter from religious groups to Congress urging the preservation of a law banning tax-exempt status to faith groups that endorse candidates and parties – one that President Donald Trump says he hopes to rescind. “Houses of worship are spaces for members of religious communities to…
California’s Adam Schiff — soft-spoken, meticulous and detail-oriented — has emerged as a threat to Donald Trump’s presidency.
Jewish Democrat Jon Ossoff is a threat to Republican control of a Georgia congressional seat in an upcoming special election.