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NGO Monitor, Australian Jews, Pose Disturbing Questions to Christian Charity Chief on Eve of...

1 Heshvan 5777 – November 2, 2016
“When one of its senior managers stands accused of engineering and concealing – for years – a massive diversion of funds to the Hamas terror organization ... this is not the right moment to promote the interests of World Vision."

Israel, Egypt Fight US Plan to Trim Troops in Sinai Multinational Force

26 Nisan 5776 – May 4, 2016
Israel and Egypt are united in opposing an American decision to reduce its contingent in the Sinai multinational force by a third.

French NGOs and Palestinian Authority behind BDS Pressure on Orange

20 Sivan 5775 – June 7, 2015
The boycotters submitted a 51-page anti-Israel document to Orange last month, says NGO monitor.

2011 May Bring Changes Here

29 Tevet 5771 – January 5, 2011
I've been thinking for some time now of giving the column a facelift if not a complete makeover and would appreciate reader input.

A Decade of Media Monitoring

29 Sivan 5768 – July 2, 2008
When I agreed to take over the Media Monitor column (the first with my byline ran 10 years ago this week), both it and I were relatively recent additions to the paper.

The Truman Diary

17 Av 5763 – August 15, 2003
As is evident from this week's Media Monitor, readers of The Jewish Press should not be shocked by the revelation of President Harry S. Truman's anti-Jewish statements discovered in a 1947 diary ("The Jews, I find are very, very selfish....")

Foolish To Frightening

29 Nisan 5763 – May 1, 2003
A couple of recent items from the Web, noted by the Monitor with more than passing interest: Want a prime example of that which passes for liberal thinking in 2003? Take a gander at this bit of swill penned by Anne Lamott, enlightened columnist for the impossibly anti-Bush web magazine Salon.com (note Ms. Lamott's moral arrogance coupled with an inability to make distinctions - always a lethal combination):

They’re Coming Out Of The Woodwork

8 Adar II 5763 – March 12, 2003
The sequel to our column two weeks ago on Joe Lieberman will remain in storage for another few weeks while the Monitor addresses issues of somewhat more pressing concern.

Bitter Old Man(dela)

1 Adar II 5763 – March 5, 2003
The Monitor will return to the subject of Joe Lieberman (or Senator Twister, as we've renamed him) next week; after all - and here we're paraphrasing the Sage of Saddle River, the late and lamented Dick Nixon - we will have Joe to kick around for the foreseeable future.

Lieberman Gave A Thousand Dollars To Whom?

24 Adar I 5763 – February 26, 2003
When five-term Alabama congressman Earl Hilliard, widely considered one of Israel's most implacable foes on Capitol Hill, was defeated in a Democratic primary last June, the news was greeted with unconcealed glee by pro-Israel organizations and activists across the country - many of whom had worked hard to unseat him.

Media Misreport Anti-War Rally

17 Adar I 5763 – February 19, 2003
Anyone who still doubts the mainstream media?s left-wing bias should study the coverage of last Saturday's anti-war rally in Washington. Even as jaded a media watcher as the Monitor finds it difficult to recall an event as outlandishly whitewashed, as outrageously skewed, as this one was by print and electronic journalists clearly sympathetic to the demonstrators.

The Book On Bush

10 Adar I 5763 – February 12, 2003
David Frum, the former White House speechwriter who coined the "Axis of Evil" phrase for President Bush's 2002 State of the Union address, is out with an engaging behind-the-scenes look at his time in the White House.

Odds And Ends

3 Adar I 5763 – February 5, 2003
Tell Us Again About Liberal Patriotism - The date: Dec. 27. The setting: Neal Cavuto's Fox News program. Liberal commentator Ellen Ratner was chatting with Brenda Buttner, who was sitting in for Cavuto. The gist of the conversation, until Ratner briefly took off her mask of civility, was that President Bush appears almost impossible to beat in 2004.

Media Morons, Take A Bow

26 Shevat 5763 – January 29, 2003
The Media Research Center is out with its annual "Best Notable Quotables" list of what it calls "the year's worst reporting." Here are just a few examples of the liberal bias and stupidity that come pouring out of the mouths and word processors of media types on a daily basis. (Visit www.mrc.org for the complete list.)

Bush, Jews And Democrats (Part XIV)

19 Shevat 5763 – January 22, 2003
Here we are fourteen weeks into our series on Jewish voting habits, and the Monitor admits to having no single satisfactory answer to why Jews are still, after all these years, in such utter thrall to the Democratic party.

Bush, Jews And Democrats (Part XIII)

12 Shevat 5763 – January 15, 2003
Before concluding our series on Jewish voting habits in next week's Monitor, we devote this week's installment to some of the more colorful responses we've received from die-hard Democrats. Wear your helmets.

Bush, Jews And Democrats (Part XII)

5 Shevat 5763 – January 8, 2003
Al Gore's surprise choice in August 2000 of Joseph Lieberman as his running mate electrified American Jews, and seemed to foreclose any possibility that George W. Bush would even approach the poor numbers put up among Jewish voters by his father in 1992 (15 percent) and Bob Dole in 1996 (16 percent).

Bush, Jews And Democrats (Part XI)

27 Tevet 5763 – January 1, 2003
There is every reason to believe that had Bill Clinton been on the ballot in the 2000 presidential election, American Jews would have voted in overwhelming numbers to return him to office for a third term.

Bush, Jews And Democrats (Part X)

20 Tevet 5763 – December 25, 2002
Jewish voters gave Bill Clinton 78 percent of their votes in 1992 and again in 1996 - at the time the best showing by a presidential candidate among Jews since Hubert Humphrey won 81 percent of the Jewish vote in 1968 - and their love for Clinton never dimmed during the course of his tumultuous presidency.

Bush, Jews And Democrats (Part IX)

13 Tevet 5763 – December 18, 2002
The 1988 presidential election - unlike those of, say, 1972 and 1980 - was notable for its lack of sharp differentiation between the Republican and Democratic nominees on the issue of Israel and the Middle East.

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