Sunday, March 29, 2015 Nisan 9, 5775

Here we go again. Summer's not even over yet and the Palestinians are already looking to revive their misguided efforts to find recognition at the United Nations rather than sitting down to directly negotiate with Israel. Following last year's failed bid to be granted state status by the U.N. Security Council, they are now seeking a more circuitous -- though...
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By:
Marc Erlbaum, JE Feature
Humanity has been searching for "the meaning of life" from the beginning of time, but it could be argued that today -- with global terrorism, ecological disasters, civil unrest and economic meltdowns -- life is more perplexing than ever before. If we don't find answers to the big questions now, there may soon be no life left to interpret. At...
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Pennsylvania's new voter ID law is now in the hands of Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court, which is where its controversial journey should quickly come to a final resting place. The law requiring a photo identification in order to vote come November has done nothing but spark confusion, dismay and suspicion since it was passed by the state legislature earlier this year...
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By:
Norm Coleman
It has become a ritual of American politics for presidential candidates to pay a visit to Israel during the campaign season, but Mitt Romney's trip to Jerusalem over the weekend is not his first mission to the Jewish state -- it's his fourth -- and it won't be his last. I've known Mitt Romney for a long time, and know...
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By:
Edgar M. Bronfman
Throughout a half-century of diplomatic work, I have learned to tell the politicians from the friends and the charlatans from the statesmen. Charlatans scream. They tell you what you want to hear and call other people names. Friends and leaders need not rely on rhetoric or boisterous bravado. They produce results and act on principle. President Barack Obama is such...
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