On my first trip to the State Fair I had my first taste of state politics, not just fried pickles on a stick. Candidates mingled with fair-goers at the great Minnesota get together to discuss a wide range of issues. I don’t believe the Torah is registered in a partisan way, DFL or Republican, but shines a […]
The world loves to remember JFK. Schools and streets have been named for him; parks, buildings, and an airport bear his name. Children are named after him. He is quoted in speeches. His words rest on plaques and refrigerator magnets and bumper stickers. Images of his face adorn book covers, posters, and the walls of college dorm rooms, offices, and people’s homes. He is one of only a few figures in American history known simply by his initials—no further identifying factors are needed.
Evan Stern writes about J Street and its pro-Israel, pro-peace mission. Meet J Street Vice President Rachel Lerner at Mt. Zion this Wednesday!
At its most recent fundraiser, Kesher shed light onto the presidential race with a debate over the candidates’ positions on issues of primary importance to the Jewish community.
“We are the future of pro-Israel,” says Minnesotan Evan Stern as he heads off to J Street’s national policy conference in Washington, DC this weekend.
There is really nothing better than participating in something where you learn new things, meet new people, influence history, and have a good time while doing it!
“In Jerusalem, municipal affairs regularly beget international crises.” Jewish Ideas Daily looks at the conflict surrounding a bridge in the heart of ancient Judaism.
If the treaty with Egypt must be gutted to save it, something may be terribly wrong with the underlying land-for-peace approach.
Want to know what Americans really think about Israel? New survey reveals voters’ attitudes.
The Republican Party has taken control of the House. But what does it mean for Jews in Congress? Are we about to see the most powerful Jew in the House – ever?