Instead of attending marches and repeating “Not my president,” start working to create policies to push through the day Trump is out of office.
Trump seeks to close the door on new immigrants just as it was closed to Jews fleeing Europe, says Maya Wax Cavallaro.
EDITORIAL: Many of the most distinguished scholars of Middle Eastern studies are women. So how come two-thirds of the panels at think tanks were all-male affairs?
Israel’s shekel is at a 15-month high against the dollar, prompting speculation in the foreign exchange market that the Bank of Israel may intervene as it has in the past to protect the economy.
Jack Lew’s Orthodox faith has shaped his life in public service. No less important was his upbringing in a family that discovered the good that government can do.
Mitt Romney has no foreign policy experience - NONE - NADA - ZILCH - ZERO, and he has the ‘balls’ to criticize President Obama on foreign policy. Where did he get those big “nuts”? I want to purchase some of those, so I can ram them in his lying mouth! Although, he is wearing his stinky, dirty “Magic Underwear”, he is still on “Shaky Grounds” for criticizing President Obama, with the feeble hope of making political hay. While America was grieving the loss of US lives in Libya, Mitt Romney went on television, wearing his, supposedly, “Magic Underwear”, criticizing the President, when he doesn’t have a lick of expertise in Middle Eastern Affairs. He barely knows how to say, “Arab Springs”, yet offered his lame comments, thereof! Again, this guy is desperate, and he has some big balls - ‘ta-boot’! And, let’s not forget - he is despicable! The only foreign policy experience Mitt Romney has, consists of being bought by Los Vegas Casino Mogul Sheldon Adelson, to the tune of one hundred million dollars [$100.000.000.00 - Adelson, who builds casinos in foreign lands, to avoid US income taxes. Mitt Romney also has experience hiding his money in foreign banks to avoid paying his fair share of income taxes. Here’s Mitt Romney’s other shady foreign policy experience: 1) Swiss Banking [ US tax avoidance] 2) Caribbean Island banking [US tax havens/avoidance 3) Cayman Island Banking [Tax-Cheating] 4) Hiding money all over the world, to avoid paying his fair share of US income taxes We …
For a convention focused on the economy and taxes at a time when foreign policy is hardly considered an issue, any mention of Israel at the GOP gathering is worth noticing.
One of the world’s most exclusive golf clubs, Augusta National, has decided to allow former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and South Carolina financier Darla Moore to become its first female members since it was founded in 1932. The first challenge to the club’s ‘no women’ policy came over a decade ago. But it wasn’t until 2002, after a very public disagreement between outspoken womens’ rights activist Martha Burk and then club chairman William Johnson, that the debate really took off. And Johnson, who stepped down from the chairmanship 6 years ago, said that he was pleased about the decision. This is not the first time that Rice has broken social boundaries. In 1993 she became the first black woman to be a Stanford University provost, where she is now a professor of political economy.
Mike Papantonio talks about why Mitt Romney’s foreign policy blunders and obedience to Sheldon Adelson are cause for all of us to be very, very concerned.
Frank conversations on US/Israel relations and the Iranian nuclear threat with Jeffrey Goldberg (Atlantic), Brett Stephens (Wall Street Journal), and Mike Singh (Washington Institute for Near East Policy). A Shalom TV original production at AIPAC 2012.