Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Av 3, 5774
GOP candidates' focus on immigration and religion misleads and diverts the nation
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Political consultants make their money in lots of ways, but one of the key insights into campaigns is not so much about picking candidates as it is in picking issues. There is little question that most Democrats have assumed that a war that most Americans perceive as a disaster would be the issue on which they could defeat the Republicans...
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What the media is saying about Judaism and Israel
Skepticism, of Course, but a Real Dose of Optimism Came Out of Annapolis Columnist David Ignatius writes in The Washington Post ( www.washingtonpost.com ) on Nov. 28 that the positive fallout from the Annapolis, Md., peace summit has already begun: "After watching President Bush earnestly deliver his benediction to the Annapolis peace conference, a caustic English friend likened the scene...
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Publish or Perish
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The New York Times took lots of column inches several weeks ago to note that there's been a decline in test scores among students and that it's been linked to a drop in the amount of time young people spend reading. No real news there. But what was fascinating about the announcement was that, at the moment it was being...
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Intelligence estimate leaves Bush nuke policies in ruins and Jerusalem isolated
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After years of trying to build awareness of the threat from Iran, the release this week of a new National Intelligence Estimate claiming that it has no current nuclear-weapons program has sunk the campaign to keep that Islamist republic in quarantine. That is not the spin coming out of the administration or from many of its supporters. Instead, some of...
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Naomi Chazan
The Annapolis conference held last week in Maryland coincided with the 60th anniversary of the ratification of the U.N. Partition Plan. The principle of two states for two peoples laid down then is -- despite the time that has elapsed, the changes that have occurred in the interim, the missed opportunities and the continuation of violent conflict -- as valid...
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