Here’s what’s Jewish about the Iowa caucuses, from Shabbat dinners for campaign volunteers to endorsements from Jewish elected officials.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas won the Iowa Republican caucus, handing Donald Trump a humiliating defeat.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio movingly explained his Christian faith to an atheist in Iowa. The same message could help him quell Jewish fears about voting Republican, Bethany Mandel argues.
It’s kind of hard to picture Bernie Sanders engaging in an Iowan pie-eating contest. And yet, Ari Paul asks, is the corn-fed, Midwestern state ready for an East Coast Jew?
So where are we now that the decidedly low-tech process known as the Iowa caucuses is completed, all the little slips of paper have been counted and Mitt Romney was ahead by just eight votes?
“All the people who live in the West Bank are Israelis. They are not Palestinians. There are no Palestinians.”
With Iowa’s caucuses set for tonight, Republican hopefuls are doubling down on their rhetoric on the threat posed by Iran’s nuclear ambitions in an apparent effort to distance themselves from GOP candidate Ron Paul.
Rick Santorum wound up just eight votes short in the Iowa caucuses. He faces tougher challenges ahead trying to unify conservative opponents of frontrunner Mitt Romney.
Jewish Democrats don’t have a say in who wins tonight’s Iowa’s Republican caucuses. But they do have opinions about which candidate President Obama should be pulling for.
For those keeping up with the Republican primary and the incredible dunk tank quality it’s taken on, you know that it is Ron Paul’s turn to get wet (if he isn’t already soaked).