Representative Ilhan Omar is being over-criticized for her legitimate criticisms of AIPAC. Anti-Semitism is not a part of it.
Lieberman’s mission for ZTE is to “listen,” his spokeswoman said.
A straightforward New York Times op-ed is causing some serious debate — not for the words its author penned, but for the image plastered across it.
Most of the money was spent in the final months of 2017, trying to convince members of Congress to adopt the group’s liberal agenda.
What is the future of the organization given the pro-Israel environment on the Hill and in The White House?
Why remain Jewish in the highly assimilated America of 2017? Because, according to AIPAC, Israel needs you, and by safeguarding it, you can be a hero.
Once called a ‘lobbyist’s nightmare,’ Henry Waxman has retired from Congress and become … a lobbyist. Anthony Weiss points out all the absurdities.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s election win has rattled the message used by pro-Israel advocacy groups for decades. Can they find a new, unified way to make their case to the American public?
A nasty feud over Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim to speak ‘for the Jewish people’ erupted even as AIPAC sought to showcase unity on the opening day of its national conference.