In a new video ad, the Emergency Committee for Israel takes on Hillary Clinton, trying to drive home the notion that she is no great friend of the Jewish state.
The Capitol Hill debate over new sanctions on Iran is getting pretty nasty — and Jewish heavyweights are split down the middle.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has announced plans to shed light on the so-called “dark money” groups that spent millions during the 2012 election cycle.
FORWARD EDITORIAL: If some Americans spend obscene amounts of money to influence the outcome on Election Day, the rest of us deserve to know who they are.
M.J. Rosenberg, the man conservatives love to hate, is fighting for a safe, peaceful Israel. The ground around him has shifted, but he hasn’t, J.J. Goldberg writes.
An ad campaign against Jewish charities accused of funding anti-Israel organizations looked like a failure. But the blow-up may have been exactly what its sponsors hoped for.
I opened my New York Times this morning over breakfast to read one of those most virulent anti-Jewish advertisements I’ve ever seen. And it came from other Jews.
The Emergency Committee for Israel has taken the lead among conservative groups blasting President Obama. Now it has a so-called Super PAC, which can raise and spend as much as it likes.