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Raw Story
Ted Cruz’s former roommate trolls the #GOPdebate in his most hilarious performance yetThe candidates for the GOP presidential nomination duked it out on Saturday eve
Ted Cruz’s former roommate trolls the #GOPdebate in his most hilarious performance yet
Raw Story / Posted 3 days ago
The candidates for the GOP presidential nomination duked it out on Saturday evening in New Hampshire in a debate just days before voters would select their candidates in Tuesday’s primaries. Twitter users took to social media to hilariously weigh in... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Amazon-Store MysteryThe story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is
The Amazon-Store Mystery
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
The story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is one of unfulfilled expectations. Paul, a first-term senator from Kentucky, entered the race with high hopes. In January 2014, my colleague Peter Beinart deemed him the... Read more
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The Atlantic
Storage Solutions From Hong Kong's Back AlleysThe story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is
Storage Solutions From Hong Kong's Back Alleys
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
The story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is one of unfulfilled expectations. Paul, a first-term senator from Kentucky, entered the race with high hopes. In January 2014, my colleague Peter Beinart deemed him the... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why Rick Santorum Couldn't Win the 2016 ElectionThe story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is
Why Rick Santorum Couldn't Win the 2016 Election
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
The story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is one of unfulfilled expectations. Paul, a first-term senator from Kentucky, entered the race with high hopes. In January 2014, my colleague Peter Beinart deemed him the... Read more
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The Atlantic
Rose Didn't Kill Jack, Even Though There Was Room on the RaftThe story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is
Rose Didn't Kill Jack, Even Though There Was Room on the Raft
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
The story of Rand Paul’s presidential campaign, which he’s suspending today, is one of unfulfilled expectations. Paul, a first-term senator from Kentucky, entered the race with high hopes. In January 2014, my colleague Peter Beinart deemed him the... Read more
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The Atlantic
This Is Reagan's PartyWhen the Iowa results came in Monday night, it was clear that anti-establishmen
This Is Reagan's Party
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
When the Iowa results came in Monday night, it was clear that anti-establishment Republicans were on top. The onetime inevitable front-runner, Jeb Bush, barely registered. The bombastic and acerbic Ted Cruz, who has spent much of his career and... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Limits of the Republicans' Immigration DebateOn Thursday night, just days before the Iowa caucuses, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, a
The Limits of the Republicans' Immigration Debate
The Atlantic / Posted 11 days ago
On Thursday night, just days before the Iowa caucuses, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush stood on the debate stage tussling over who had the stronger stance on immigration. The issue provided the signature moment of a debate that Donald Trump... Read more
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J Weekly
lettersNo Berkeley liberals on road to Judaism Thanks to Dan Pine for describing his
letters
J Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
No Berkeley liberals on road to Judaism Thanks to Dan Pine for describing his wife’s road to conversion (“A new player on team J,” Jan. 22). Especially meaningful were Robyn’s words about creeping anti-Semitism, “Not just dissing Israel, but dissing... Read more
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The Forward
Jewish Leaders Defend High-Profile Meeting With Jonathan PollardWhen American Jewry’s most important national umbrella group hosted American Je
Jewish Leaders Defend High-Profile Meeting With Jonathan Pollard
The Forward / Posted 13 days ago
When American Jewry’s most important national umbrella group hosted American Jewry’s most famous, recently paroled spy for Israel, it did so at a breakfast in an elegant synagogue conference room in Manhattan with a congressman in attendance. That... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Open Hillel Welcomes the Enemy into the Jewish TentWinston Churchill could have been observing the sorry state of academic free sp
Open Hillel Welcomes the Enemy into the Jewish Tent
The Jewish Press / Posted 15 days ago
Winston Churchill could have been observing the sorry state of academic free speech today when he observed that “Everyone is in favor of free speech. Hardly a day passes without its being extolled, but some people’s idea of it is that they are free... Read more
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The Atlantic
Who Really Lost Iraq?In the fall of 1919, a year after the guns of the Great War fell silent, a seni
Who Really Lost Iraq?
The Atlantic / Posted 19 days ago
In the fall of 1919, a year after the guns of the Great War fell silent, a senior British officer dined with the former German general Erich Ludendorff. The conversation turned to Germany’s recent defeat, which Ludendorff blamed on the home front.... Read more
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J Weekly
Top academics join call for Hillel to open up on IsraelThe Open Hillel student group has established a council of more than 70 academi
Top academics join call for Hillel to open up on Israel
J Weekly / Posted 26 days ago
The Open Hillel student group has established a council of more than 70 academics who support its mission to open up dialogue about Israel at campus Hillels. On Jan. 7, Open Hillel announced the launch of its Academic Council, which includes... Read more
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TribLIVE
Elementary collectivism“The old believe everything, the middle-aged suspect everything, the young know
Elementary collectivism
TribLIVE / Posted 30 days ago
“The old believe everything, the middle-aged suspect everything, the young know everything.” In his cover essay in The Atlantic, “Why America Is Moving Left,” City University of New York associate professor of political science and journalism Peter... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Peter Beinart, 54 Other Academics Demand Hillel Open Up Israel DialogueThe Open Hillel student group has established a council of 55 academics who sup
Peter Beinart, 54 Other Academics Demand Hillel Open Up Israel Dialogue
The Jewish Week / Posted 1 months ago
The Open Hillel student group has established a council of 55 academics who support its mission to open up dialogue about Israel at campus Hillels. Open Hillel announced the launch of its Academic Council on Thursday, which includes high-profile... Read more
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The Forward
Peter Beinart Leads Open Hillel Push by 55 AcademicsThe Open Hillel student group has established a council of 55 academics who sup
Peter Beinart Leads Open Hillel Push by 55 Academics
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
The Open Hillel student group has established a council of 55 academics who support its mission to open up dialogue about Israel at campus Hillels. Open Hillel announced the launch of its Academic Council on Thursday, which includes high-profile... Read more
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The Forward
Have Liberal Jews Betrayed Israel?Have liberal American Jews betrayed Israel? It’s a searing accusation, aimed li
Have Liberal Jews Betrayed Israel?
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
Have liberal American Jews betrayed Israel? It’s a searing accusation, aimed like a dagger into the heart of those of us who so often feel caught between our loyalty to a Jewish state of Israel and our liberal, pluralistic, red-white-and-blue... Read more

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