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Note to readers: I believe there is a major lack of independent investigative reporting in the U.S. news media, particularly regarding the White House. I have therefore decided to dedicate much of my time to shedding light on crucial, unreported stories concerning U.S. matters. Starting this week, my Quick Takes column will report on both Israeli and American issues.
This column has also learned that Sunstein, whose new job gives him oversight of hunting regulations, has several times quoted approvingly from an author who likened animals to slaves and argued an adult dog or a horse is more rational than a human infant and should, therefore, be granted similar rights.
Valerie Jarrett married Vernon’s son, William Robert Jarrett, in 1983. In 1987, she got her start in politics, working for Washington as former deputy corporation counsel for finance and development. She was deputy chief of staff for Mayor Richard Daley, during which time she hired Michelle Robinson, then engaged to Obama.
Marxists Surround Obama,
Marable was not commenting as an outside observer. The Columbia professor is intimately connected to many of Obama’s radical associates, including Ayers and controversial race scholar Cornel West, and even was a founding member of the Socialist New Party. This reporter previously uncovered newspaper evidence showing Obama was a member of the party. This reporter last month intervieweda founder of the New Party, Marxist activist Carl Davidson, who recalled on the record Obama’s participation with his group.
Aaron Klein is Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNetDaily.com. He appears throughout the week on leading U.S. radio programs and is the author of the book “The Late Great State of Israel.” Follow Klein on Twitter under the name “AaronKleinWND.”
About the Author: Aaron Klein is Jerusalem bureau chief and senior reporter for WorldNetDaily.com. He is also host of an investigative radio program on New York's 770-WABC Radio, the largest talk radio station in the U.S., every Sunday between 2-4 p.m (CHANGE TO 7-9 p.m.). His website is KleinOnline.com
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The Rabbinical Council of America on Monday sent Rabbi David Stav, a Religious Zionist candidate for the post of Israel’s Chief Rabbi, a letter of encouragement, stating the organization’s full support: To the Honorable Rabbi David Stav Shlit’a, Rabbi of the town of Shoham, Chairman of the Rabbinical Organization Tzohar, the Rabbi of the Ezra [...]
Tied up and raped at knifepoint, Linor Abargil was able to escape, to press charges, to find other victims of the same rapist, and make a documentary about how to speak out. Oh, and she was crowned “Miss World” just seven weeks after being raped.
The trick to lifting up a buddy who’s been injured is to grab him from the middle. If you manage to divide his weight equally on either side of your shoulder, you should be able to schlep him a good distance without feeling much pain. The downside is – he’s probably going to feel a [...]
Streisand loves Israel – she even visits the country once in a while. She gives lots of money. And she can’t resist a chance to preach about women’s rights in Israel but admits it is a “foreign land.”
Israel may ban the “foie gras” delicacy because it is made from force-fed geese. If Israel is so concerned about animal rights, European Jews may face another aim to ban kosher slaughter.
Observant Jews in Los Angeles are bracing for the possibility that they will not be allowed to carry anything or even push a baby stroller on Shabbat due to a freeway project that will knock down the ‘Eruv.” which transforms a public area in to a private space in terms of Jewish law. The eruv [...]
Egypt has deployed helicopters to patrol the Sinai Peninsula and has declared a state of alert in the area after radical Islamic terrorists from Gaza set up a base in the central Sinai. Curfews were clamped on Sinai cities, including the Egyptian side of Rafiah and el-Arish, according to the Bethlehem-based Ma’an news agency. Approximately [...]
Montreal’s first Jewish mayor and a Jewish former alderman were arrested as part of a crackdown on corruption. Michael Applebaum, who was appointed mayor last November, was taken into custody Monday morning by agents of the anti-corruption unit, l’unite permanente anticorruption (UPAC). Also arrested was Saulie Zajdel, an Orthodox Jewish former city council member who [...]
Obama wants to arm Syrian rebels. Saudi Arabia is giving them anti-aircraft missiles. And Al Qaeda has a how-to manual use them. Then it can do what Israel feared Assad would do – down an Israeli plane.
SodaStream, the Israel-based company that makes machines to convert tap water into fizz, has signed a deal with KitchenAid to join forces for a new machine expected to be on the market before the end of the year. SodaStream was rumored two weeks ago to become part of PepsiCo, which denied reports that it was [...]
Forget Streisand’s concerts and performance for Peres. What may be the most emotional moment of her current visit to Israel was her listening to a cancer-stricken girl sing her own song, “People.”
Pope Francis sent President Shimon Peres a letter with blessings for his 90th birthday, which is to be marked on August 2. Celebrations towards the day began more than a month ago. The pope quoted a verse in Psalms and paraphrased the Priestly Blessing as a personal note for President Peres. Pope Francis wrote, “On [...]
“Price Tag” vandals who damage and burn Arab property and spray graffiti on mosques and churches are now official an illegal organization in Israel, thanks to a Security Cabinet decision. It is not quite clear how a group of people without any formal party or unit can be called an “illegal organization.” The Security Cabinet [...]
“Keys would have none of it from a person who is one step above a lunatic shouting anti-Semitic canards on the street.”
On Sunday, Turkish police detained 441 people following clashes in Istanbul between police and anti-government protesters, an official at the city’s bar association told Reuters. Throughout Sunday, police in Istanbul shot water cannon and tear gas at thousands of demonstrators who were trying to get into Taksim Square. An official from the capital Ankara bar [...]
“The events outside Manhattan are drawing large crowds and attracting GOP Primary voters, building the enthusiasm we need to win.”
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