The documentary “Question One” tells the story of Maine’s same-sex marriage campaign, points to important lessons for Minnesota, and shows how a Jewish filmmaker uses his life experience to tell the story.
Tag: "Minnesota Politics"
Part I of TC Jewfolk’s exclusive interview with U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-MN). On the dangers of a nuclear Iran, the potential impact of sanctions, and bipartisan support for action on this issue. [Video interview below]
Minnesota Congressman Erik Paulsen ponders whether the Obama Administration is holding up the Iran Sanctions Bill.
Our favorite (okay, our only) local Jewish Senator is in the news.
Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, was this past Sunday, April 11th. We hope you noticed. Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison did.
Can a person be pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian? Congressman Keith Ellison answers that question and more in a video interview with TC Jewfolk after his recent trip to the Middle East.
TC Jewfolk is looking for an assertive, passionate and creative writer to cover the Minnesota (Jewish) politics beat for the blog during this spring’s legislative session, and into the election season this fall. Are you up for the challenge?
If nobody was making bombs out of medicine bottles, maybe Israel could send in medicine. If nobody was trying to sneak into Israel with explosives, perhaps it would be easier for Palestinians to travel to Israel.
Iran’s statements on nukes sound a whole lot like a kid who has got his hand in a cookie jar, saying “don’t worry, I just want to look at the cookies! I won’t eat any!”
This Monday, 5th district US Representative Keith Ellison took the opportunity to mark not only Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but also the “one-year anniversary of the end of the ‘Gaza War’.”
News broke yesterday on Twitter and several local blogs that the Minnesota DFL Progressive Caucus unanimously passed a resolution to divest from Israel bonds.