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“We’re here because the United States and Israel are partners for peace and partners for security."
It should be noted that the news about a possible probe coincided with President Trump's public suggestion that Israel hold back on expanding Jewish settlements.
The Pew survey finds that the American public has a positive opinion of the United Nations, although there, too, the gap is wide between the two parties.
Gov. Mike Huckabee says that no matter what the Obama administration does in its remaining days, "We can fix it. And we will."
Trump's view on third-trimester abortion conflicts with mainstream Jewish halakha.
Senator Graham asked, “Why is the Palestinian Authority paying young Palestinians to commit acts of terror against innocent Americans like Taylor Force or Israelis?"
Congressman Jerry Nadler, a Manhattan Democrat whose 10th Congressional District actually includes Ground Zero, was adamant in attacking the president's arguments.
The Republican party doesn't match the anti-Israel party portrait peddled by so many for so long.
By sabotaging Trump and going contrary to the wishes of potential Republican voters, party leaders will hand the White House to the Democrats and destroy the Republican Party.
Just because Dems recite like a mantra over and over that they love Israel and are pro-Israel means nothing. It's just words!
Some Muslim Americans resent GOP candidates' calls for police surveillance in their communities - but not all.
There are 188 Democrats in the House and 44 in the Senate, and over the next two months millions of dollars and unprecedented lobbying efforts will be invested in courting their votes on the Iran nuclear deal.
How many Democrats, especially the Jewish ones, would vote against the idea that Iran recognizes Israel?
A Reuters poll shows that America is increasingly polarized, especially about President Obama.
The Senate formed a bipartisan panel investigating money from the Obama adm. to an anti-Bibi group
A large plurality disapproves of the Congressional invitation to Netanyahu, but a majority thinks Obama should meet with him.
By giving the issue to Congress, he evades sole responsibility and makes himself look "principled."