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Saturday, October 21, 2017


President Barack Obama delivers remarks during the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2012.  (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)President Barack Obama attended and made remarks at the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday (Feb. 2) at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.  During his speech, he made explicit connections between his personal faith and several of his economic policies, mentioning several tenets of policies he has supported over his term and articulating exactly how these polices are both sound economic policy and extensions of his values.  He also made more illuminating statements about his personal religious beliefs than he has made throughout most of his presidency.

In his remarks, the president explained several of his positions as extensions of his faith and beliefs.  He said that forcing banking institutions onto a level playing field

Resigns From Publication after Provocative Op-Ed

A maelstrom of controversy erupted this past week after the publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times made highly controversial remarks, suggesting, in an op-ed, the assassination of President Barack Obama as a possible means for Israel to achieve its foreign policy objectives. Publisher Andrew Adler wrote on January 13 that one option available to Israel was to “give the go-ahead for U.S.-based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly

Secular Courts Cannot Interfere in Employment Disputes Within Religious Schools and Congregations

Prominent national Jewish organizations, including the Orthodox Union and Agudath Israel, applauded last week a ruling issued by a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court finding that a church school cannot be sued in secular court over the dismissal of a religious teacher.

In the case of Hosanna Tabor Evangelical Church v. EEOC, the high court’s unanimous decision today overturned an earlier ruling by the 6th

In the aftermath of an uproar over anti-Semitic comments by a blogger for the Center for American Progress' ThinkProgress website, a White House official has criticized the think tank, and the blogger has been fired from his position.

Zaid Jilani had used Twitter to call American supporters of the Jewish state “Israel Firsters,” and he compared Israel to the former apartheid regime in South Africa. The Center for American Progress is linked to President Obama and closely tied to billionaire

Business mogul and prominent Jewish philanthropist Sheldon Adelson has thrown his support behind GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich in the form of a $5 million campaign donation. Many hope that the contribution will help revive Newt’s struggling campaign. Following his unsuccessful bid in the Iowa caucuses, supporters of Newt Gingrich were slowly losing confidence in the Republican nominee. With Mitt Romney edging out a narrow victory over staunch conservative Rick Santorum in Iowa, and libertarian Ron Paul earning a third-place victory, some saw Gingrich’s poor performance as signaling the imminent decline of his campaign.
However, talks of a potential resurgence of the former Speaker of the House in the fast-paced primary season resurfaced this