The senator can define a finsta, but he doesn’t understand what they are — if he did, he’d known they’re the least dangerous part of Instagram.
Democrats highlighting the frequency with which GOP House members and candidates invoke the Holocaust to rail against COVID-19 prevent measures.
“I support a two-state solution.” Great to hear! But unless the year is 1993, it’s hardly a bold statement.
Ritchie Torres of New York pointed to recent primary victories that show the strength of the pro-Israel community.
Dilawar Syed is in line to be the most senior Muslim official in U.S. history. One Jewish group called the attacks on him “unamerican.”
If you are Jewish and live in Cleveland’s Beachwood and University Heights neighborhoods, you have almost certainly been made aware that your vote could be the determining factor in a close and critical House primary on Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. Nicole Malliotakis of New York said that Ilhan Omar would only be an ‘embarrassment’ had she been part of the congressional delegation.
Although he is little remembered today, a Jewish Congressman from Brooklyn is responsible for some of the most significant legislation of the 20th century. Emanuel Celler was the principal author of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965. He also spearheaded the 23rd, 24th and 25th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution — the latter frequently discussed during the term of former President Trump.
The idea of convening the lawmakers was spurred by reports of rising antisemitism amid a national reckoning around racial injustice.
“Apartheid states aren’t democracies,” she wrote in a tweet that garnered more than a quarter million likes.