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  • Anti-Semitic incidents in U.S. hit record high in 2019

    By jwadmin on May 20, 2020
    (JNS) – Anti-Semitic incidents in the United States in 2019 were the most in at least four decades, according to a report released on Tuesday, May 12, by the Anti-Defamation League. There were 2,107 reported anti-Semitic acts of assault, vandalism and harassment across the United States, a 12 percent increase from the 1,879 incidents recorded in the previous year, according to […]
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  • DC Report: Trump’s 2020 voter strategy?

    By jwadmin on May 14, 2020
    DC Report By Douglas Bloomfield If you can’t beat ’em, don’t let them vote. President Donald Trump made clear recently that voter suppression may be at the heart of his 2020 strategy. He is worried that by making it easier for Americans to cast their ballots, as with mail-in voting, “you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again,” […]
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  • Unity? Hah! Presidents conference in left/right fray

    By jwadmin on May 14, 2020
    By RON KAMPEAS WASHINGTON (JTA) – The American Jewish community’s leading lobby coalition elected its next leader on Tuesday, April 28, in a confirmation vote that was anything but routine, having followed a week of tumult over her selection. So instead of beginning her term as board chairwoman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations on June […]
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  • Patriots owner Robert Kraft auctioning one of his Super Bowl rings for coronavirus charity

    By jwadmin on May 13, 2020
    By MARCY OSTER NEW YORK CITY (JTA) – You can have one of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl rings while helping those in need facing food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic. But it’s gonna cost you. Kraft is putting his Super Bowl LI championship ring up for auction to raise money for those facing food insecurity. As […]
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  • Calling Dr. Kronkheit or President Trump for medical advice—not the best idea

    By jwadmin on May 7, 2020
    DC Report By Douglas Bloomfield I just got a letter on White House stationery telling me my economic impact payment arrived. I knew that last week. The printed signature looked —appropriately—like the jagged lines on a polygraph test. It was Donald Trump, who just spent millions of taxpayer dollars— how many, we’ll probably never know — to take credit for […]
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  • Trump administration health spokesman tweets about Soros and Rothschild family ‘control’

    By jwadmin on April 30, 2020
    By RON KAMPEAS WASHINGTON (JTA) — The man Donald Trump recently named to speak for the Health Department accused George Soros and the Rothschild family of seeking to exploit the pandemic for control and to advance their agendas. Michael Caputo, who advised Trump’s 2016 campaign, last week became the spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services, reportedly in […]
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  • Online Ceremony, Remembering Poway Synagogue Shooting One Year On

    By jwadmin on April 25, 2020
    (New York) – The Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM) invites the media to join a special online ceremony on Sunday 26 April, marking the first anniversary of the tragic shooting one year ago at the Chabad of Poway Synagogue. Participants who will address the event include Elan Carr (US Special Envoy for Combatting Anti-Semitism) and Dr. Ahmed Shaheed (UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom or Religion and […]
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  • So Bernie Sanders won’t be the first Jewish president. Here are 10 people who could be.

    By jwadmin on April 17, 2020
    By PHILISSA CRAMER, GABE FRIEDMAN, RON KAMPEAS NEW YORK CITY (JTA) – When Bernie Sanders announced on Wednesday, April 8, that he was suspending his presidential campaign, he closed the door on the last sliver of possibility that America would elect its first Jewish president in 2020. That leaves Jewish White House history to be made. Here are 10 people […]
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  • Justice Stephen Breyer reminds New Yorkers to complete the census

    By jwadmin on April 15, 2020
    NEW YORK CITY — NYC Census 2020 and the Interfaith Census 2020 Count Coalition has released a public service announcement (PSA) featuring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who appeals directly to the city hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic to complete the 2020 Census, which will unlock billions in funding for New York City, including for healthcare, for the next […]
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  • Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign

    By jwadmin on April 11, 2020
    By RON KAMPEAS WASHINGTON (JTA) – Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator who became the first Jewish front-runner in a major party nomination race for president, is suspending his campaign. In a message Wednesday, April 8,  to his followers, Sanders said  that the priority was ousting President Donald Trump, and he said he would campaign for Joe Biden, the former vice […]
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