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In the midst of the upheaval regarding President Trump’s travel pause, there was one Trump action that received little news coverage and what it did get was unfairly negative … more
President Trump’s sweeping orders tightening refugee and visa policies — including suspending almost all refugee admissions for 90 days and indefinitely barring entry for some Syrians … more
Regular readers know that I am a HUGE supporter of President Trump. However, when he’s wrong, good reporting requires the president and his administration get a swift kick in the assets. The … more
Now that President Obama has been replaced by Donald Trump, those who served in the Israeli government can start to unburden themselves about the anti-Israel administration that left office last … more
John Kerry stepped up to the podium to deliver what was said to be the “vision” of the Obama administration for a Israeli/Palestinian peace. Instead he presented a one-sided 75 minute, … more
Presidential candidates since Bill Clinton have promised to move the United States embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. While none has kept the promise in office, all indications are that when he enters … more
At 2:20 pm on Friday afternoon, the anti-Israel team of Barack Obama and John Kerry directed U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power to abstain rather than veto an anti-Israel resolution in the Security … more
President-Elect Trump is making it clear that he will be the first pro-Israel U.S. president in eight years and the liberals are short circuiting. Not only did he appoint a Zionist activist as … more
On 60 Minutes Sunday Night, Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu said he plans to come to the U.S. soon to meet with President-elect Donald Trump to lobby him with suggestions on how to scuttle the Iran … more
An 800-word letter was sent last week to leading ADL activists by ADL President Jonathan Greenblatt, to counter what he said was an “organized, concerted effort” to delegitimize the … more
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