In New Hampshire, Israel is a Talking Point

Monday, January 25, 2016

It’s crunch time in the race for president. As the first in the nation’s primary state, New Hampshire has attracted most of the attention, with the fate of…

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Rubio, Christie Pitch Themselves as Best Suited on Foreign Policy

Monday, January 4, 2016

The conversation in the race for president, a month before the first ballot is cast, continued to be about national security and America’s foreign policy approach. On Monday,…

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Hillary Mocks GOP’s Foreign Policy

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, returning to the stump in New Hampshire on Sunday, mocked Republican presidential candidates for having a “particular fixation on blaming President Obama and…

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GOP Hopefuls Stick to Positions on NSA Surveillance Amid Spying on Israel Report

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Republican presidential candidates – from both sides on the aisle on the issue of NSA surveillance – on Wednesday protested the Obama administration’s spying on Israel’s government and…

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Daily Kickoff: US & Iran to team up on Iraq; Scott Walker Eyes 2016 As He Visits Lakewood, NJ; Moise Safra Passed Away at 79; Top 20 Israeli StartUps

Monday, June 16, 2014

By Jacob Kornbluh & JI Staff DRIVING THE DAY: For the first time in over a year, Israeli PM Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas spoke together on…

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Daily Kickoff: Josh Mandel shatters his own Israel Bonds record; Cantor to the Hamptons for Shabbat; Starbucks brings Israeli powermat tech to stores

Friday, June 13, 2014

By Jacob Kornbluh & JI Staff Heard On Michael Fragin’s ‘Spin Class’ Radio Show — BuzzFeed: Eric Cantor Blames Democrats For Defeat, Supporter Phil Rosen Says: “What we’ve discovered is…

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