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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017


U.S. politicians have been talking about developing alternatives to Middle East oil for many years – so it’s no surprise that every Republican running for president in 2012 has weighed in on the issue. However their emphasis has been more on boosting domestic oil production than on alternative energy.
According to a report this week by the non-partisan advocacy group “Securing America’s Future Energy,” the candidates largely agree that the United States should ramp up domestic oil and gas production by cutting regulations that impede drilling and providing oil companies new access to federal land and water. They also have called for eliminating subsidies for renewable energy sources and curbing the EPA’s role in regulating energy

Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney led the Nevada GOP caucus with just over 50% of the vote.Ron Paul Supporters Prevented from  Casting Ballots at Special Post-Shabbat  Nevada Caucus; Conflict Ensues

In a passionate display of strong disapproval over the Obama administration’s policies, Jewish voters and supporters of the Republican candidates are stepping forward and getting involved in the primaries and caucuses with many also reaching into their pockets and supporting the various Republican candidates and their super PACs.

The most recent caucus in Nevada is a prime example of

Dov Hikind insists that – despite questions implying otherwise – his campaign donations to Ateret Cohanim are in compliance with state election laws.Assemblyman Defends Donations

Political experts are raising questions about the legality of Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind’s use of his campaign funds, specifically the tens of thousands of dollars he has donated to an organization managed by his wife. For his part, though, the veteran assemblyman insists he has been in full compliance with the law.

Hikind regularly takes large portions of the money he has accumulated in his campaign coffers – a total of $1.1 million at present – and doles them out to a

New York State Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries easily won the Democratic election for the newly formed 8th Congressional District, stretching from Central Brooklyn to South Queens, on Tuesday November 6.

His candidacy evolved from the controversial Democratic Primary in June when he trounced Councilman Charles Barron, after Barron’s anti-Israel and racially charged rhetoric scared away many voters. It was then that Jeffries attributed his victory to a “wonderful coalition across the entire

New York City Councilman Charles Barron (pictured above) is well known for his racist and anti-Semitic political affiliations, as well as his anti-Israel activism. Local leaders are distraught over retiring Congressman Edolphus Towns’ endorsement of him. (Photo Credit: Thomas Good / NLN)‘Ed Towns has gone mad and will destroy his legacy. I hope it’s just a bad dream.’

State Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) released a statement on Sunday expressing his outrage that retiring Congressman Ed Towns is endorsing the highly controversial Charles Barron. Though popular among many in his district, Barron’s affiliations with the anti-Semitic black supremacist groups Nation of Islam and the New Black Panther Party, have caused a great deal of concern.

“Barron’s resume of race baiting and