The Senate will vote on aid to Israel and the Combating BDS Act - which some Democrats support, but have pledge to stop until the shutdown ends.
“It’s clear my earlier tweet was critical of U.S. Senators like yourself, who are seeking to strip Americans of their … right to free speech.”
We know that protecting Jews does not mean legislating away the right to free speech, but enforcing those rights at all cost.
“We believe we have our own unclassified photographic evidence that will shed greater details on this incident,” the Senator tweeted.
At this point, there’s nothing really funny about this election cycle. But there are a few topical gems that we thought were worth sharing—guaranteed for a smile or two.
Jewish Democrats slammed former Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio after he officially announced Wednesday that he would run for his Senate seat.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said on Friday that he doesn’t believe conditions currently exist for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Donald Trump won big on Super Tuesday, but fell short of the clean sweep some predicted.
These are dark days for Republicans, Noam Neusner writes. What can party stalwarts take away from this politically life-changing moment, and how will they rebuild?
After appearing only as an extra in the nine previous engagements, Israel took center stage at the Republican debate Houston on Thursday night.