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President Donald Trump said that Jewish people who vote for a Democrat show “great disloyalty.”
The latest iteration of AB2844 creates a new crime of perjury for businesses, non-profits, and private incorporated individuals (receiving $100,000 or more in state funding) who swear in writing that they're not discriminating on the basis of race, nationality, etc., yet boycott or even protest Israel "under the pretext of the First Amendment."
To those of you who say Berners will have to vote for Hillary because they'll have nowhere else to go, I say you're wrong -- those Berners could go to a third party or the living room couch, to sit out the Presidential election. Walk it back from AIPAC, Hillary, and never again say Kissinger.
These events have shown that things are changing in America's political discourse about Israel. It's about time. On March
In the Brooklyn debate, Sanders said that in order to achieve peace in the region, the United States must play "an even-handed role," adding, "We cannot continue to be one-sided. There are two sides to the issue."
He forced Hillary Clinton to defend not talking about Palestinian dignity.
Less than one month after the University of California Regents took a swipe at the First Amendment, voting to denounce and conflate "anti-Semitic anti-Zionist" language on campus, the California state Legislature will take up Santa Monica Assemblyman (D) Richard Bloom's bill.
Forty-three students from the University of Florida attended the conference, one of the largest student delegations at the convention. Included in this number were 28 non-Jewish students, which demonstrates the commitment of UF to Israel advocacy.
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Here's what Trump really knows. If Kasich were gone, Kasich would not be in general election polls. Against Hillary, Cruz
"I don’t intend to let the eleven people who have appointed themselves the journalist police tell me... how to behave or to whom I’m allowed to speak,” says Editor Ken Kurson.
It's more than ironic then that last week's 2016 AIPAC Policy Conference appearance by Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump prompted a public apology by AIPAC leadership issued the following morning.
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The performances by four of the five remaining presidential candidates at AIPAC's policy conference made this a perfectly strange and unsettling week in Washington.
The Republican presidential nomination race has previously devolved to the level of an elementary school playground (penis-measuring in a national debate), and has now risen to at least high school (if not a college frat house) with the vicious battle going on between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz over who can insult each other's wives the most.
"I give him credit for having spirit," Trump said. "He wanted them to take down those horrible profanity laced signs. Now
Bernie Sanders understands this delicate nuance. All other candidates talk about the solution to Israel in military terms, only. Senator Sanders talks about the reality of how most Israelis truly feel. And that's why, regardless of whether he attended AIPAC or not, I am proud that a Jewish candidate understands this point.
AIPAC Leadership Takes 'Great Offense' To Trump's Attack On Obama