Jews

U.S. Should Favor Most Vulnerable Religious Refugees

Religions are not equal when it comes to evaluating refugees. There are non-sectarian reasons to favor members of minority faiths, especially in the Middle East where religious minorities have suffered disproportionately.

Changing Hearts and Minds to Combat Religious Persecution

U.S. officials have never felt comfortable confronting the crime of religious persecution. They have few answers to offer other than pressing unwilling governments to better protect politically unpopular minorities.

RPaul Offers Another Pro-Israel Bill to Cut Palestinian Aid

Shane Goldmacher, National Journal

The legislation comes on the first day of the 114th Congress and right before a meeting with top Jewish donors.

Solicitor Gen.: Israel Has No Claim to Jerusalem

Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon

Lawyers for the Obama admin. compared Israel’s control of Jerusalem to Russian claims over the Ukrainian territory of Crimea during oral arguments this week before the SCOTUS in a case concerning the rights of US citizens to list Jerusalem as part of Israel on their passports.

Israel, the Tea Party, and the MSM

Lloyd Marcus, American Thinker

"The MSM's deplorable unfair treatment of Israel is very similar to how it treats the Tea Party. The MSM is spinning its reporting to brand the victims intolerant, racist, and hate-filled aggressors. The MSM obviously seeks the destruction of Israel and the Tea Party. God is on the side of Israel & the Tea Party."

Kristallnacht In America

In the face of violent anti-Semitism and near riots by Islamists from Boston to Los Angeles you can’t find a statement from a major national figure in America condemning the violence toward Jews.

A Lesson From George Washington's Letter to the Hebrew Congregation at Newport

To George Washington freedom of conscience and religion were natural rights and one of the great achievements of the American Revolution was "no more that toleration is spoken of as if it were the indulgence of one class of people that another enjoyed the exercise of their inherent natural rights..."