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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 17, 2017


Rabbi Shmuley Boteach – who has dubbed himself “America’s Rabbi’ and authored such controversial books as the recent “Kosher Jesus” – has officially launched his campaign for the House of Representatives in New Jersey’s 9th Congressional District. Stating that this will be the first time a Republican rabbi is running for Congress, Boteach promised to promote conservative values if he is elected.

“The values that have dominated the American political landscape for decades include an obsession with gay marriage, abortion and now contraception,” Boteach declared. “If elected, I pledge to be a ‘values voice’ in Congress, and focus on issues that have largely been ignored. It is time to expand the values conversation and agenda, and once again

Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch speaks out against Charles Barron’s hateful rhetoric and politics during a press conference in front of the Jewish Heritage Museum as Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz, Councilman David G. Greenfield, Assemblyman Dov Hikind, Congressman Jerrold Nadler and Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein listen.Prominent Democrats Unite Against ‘One of Their Own’

In a rare move, two weeks before the congressional primaries, Democratic elected officials and community leaders gathered to denounce a candidate - who is currently the favorite to win the Democratic primaries and get elected to Congress - with the harshest words ever used in a political campaign.

At a press conference outside the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan, Monday morning organized by Councilman David G. Greenfield, Mayor Ed Koch was

A Republican Jewish Coalition billboard in South Florida. (Photo credit: RJC)The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) has put up a series of billboard advertisements reading “Obama…Oy Vey!!” in South Florida Jewish communities in an effort to sway voters in that critical swing state.

Placed in Florida’s Broward and Palm Beach counties, the billboards also ask “Had enough?” and feature the RJC’s website, which includes videos of Jewish voters who chose Barack Obama in 2008 and talk about how they regret their decision.

“There is a strong sense of

Both Brooklyn Democratic Party Chairman Frank Seddio and City Councilman Lew Fidler have strongly criticized State-Senator Elect Felder for pledging to caucus with Republicans in Albany.Brooklyn Dem Chair Seddio Blasts State Senator-Elect

When New York State Senator-Elect Simcha Felder signed on last week to caucus with the Republicans in the State Senate, he angered some of his colleagues in the Democratic Party, although his action was backed by the local community’s public officials and leaders.

Expressing the dismay of many Democrats at Felder’s sudden move, Brooklyn Democratic Party Chairman Frank Seddio called Felder’s decision a ‘betrayal.’

“Senator-Elect Simcha

“I signed on to be a Rabbi for Obama. There are no other clergy groups, such as Imams or Priests for Obama. Really, what Jewish person wants to vote for a guy who believes all Jews should move to Israel so that we can all finally convert and bring the end of time and go to heaven or be burned up in the Apocalypse?” — Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb

Lynn Gottlieb is the center of the storm regarding the Democrat Party’s developing of a “Rabbis for Obama” list. Articles have appeared in numerous