Two Republican congressmen introduced legislation to prevent boycotts of Israel.
With midterm elections coming up, Jews will likely vote Democratic again in disproportionate numbers. Anne Roiphe explores the reasons for this phenomenon.
A new poll says voters favor Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections. The main reason may be Democrats haven’t been able to pass their mostly popular agenda, J.J. Goldberg writes
This year, Israel will begin to pay for abortions for women under any circumstance, but it still doesn’t help subsidize birth control.
The first lawmaker to speak at a closed-door Capitol Hill confab convened by the Republican Jewish Coalition’s women’s affiliate was, naturally enough, a woman. So was the second. Against the background of the current federal budget battle, that’s about all that united Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.)
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the Republican majority leader in the House of Representatives, will lead 26 GOP lawmakers on a tour of Israel funded by AIPAC’s educational affiliate.
With the election over, Jewish conservatives now must decide where to turn their attention. Noam Neusner proposes a new focus on immigration reform.