Tag Archives: Politics

Stop Antisemitism Colorado Grateful to Majority Of State Democratic Party For Rejecting Dangerous Ceasefire Resolution

Stop Antisemitism Colorado Grateful to Majority Of State Democratic Party For Rejecting Dangerous Ceasefire Resolution

Last week’s election results and the defeat of a controversial ceasefire resolution highlight a power shift in the Democratic Party, rejecting far-left influence and rising antisemitism.

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Letter: The Suicidal Myopia of Antisemitic Jews

Letter: The Suicidal Myopia of Antisemitic Jews

Richard Sherman criticizes Jewish groups like JVP and IfNotNow for supporting Hamas, whose charter demands the murder of all Jews, comparing their actions to Grigory Zinoviev’s misguided devotion to Stalin and Communist antisemitism.

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Letter: Palestinian Refugees or State?

Letter: Palestinian Refugees or State?

The author expresses frustration that Palestinians are not building a state that coexists with Israel and criticizes Arab nations for not integrating Palestinian refugees, contrasting this with Israel's absorption of Mizrachi Jews. They support Netanyahu's peace prerequisites, emphasizing Israel's current priorities over political changes.

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Letter: Response to Jonathan Glazer

Letter: Response to Jonathan Glazer

Jonathan Glazer is rightly proud of his movie for showing the horrors that can be wrought by dehumanization. Unfortunately, he errs in thinking that Israel is dehumanizing the Palestinians.

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Letter: Primary Elections Dampen Middle East Issue 

Letter: Primary Elections Dampen Middle East Issue 

Dear Letter to the Editor: I do not share Bruce Ticker’s assessment of Pres. Biden’s accomplishments and hope that he is not correct in assessing Biden’s chances for re-election. (“Column: Primary Elections Dampen Middle East Issue as an Obstacle to Biden” boulderjewishnews.org March 7, 2024) I do not agree that …

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Column: Primary Elections Dampen Middle East Issue as an Obstacle to Biden

Column: Primary Elections Dampen Middle East Issue as an Obstacle to Biden

‘You want my vote? You cannot kill my people in my name.’ — Terry Ahwal, Palestinian-American from Detroit suburb As of Oct. 6, I believed that President Biden would likely sweep all solidly Democratic states and most if not all the swing states, a view that was thrown into doubt …

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Column: Gaza and the Vulnerable President

Column: Gaza and the Vulnerable President

On Oct. 6, it would have been reasonable to predict that Biden or any Democratic nominee might sweep the six swing states, especially Michigan. After Oct. 7, Biden’s campaign could be imperiled in the aftermath of Hamas’ slaughter of 1,200 people in southern Israel.

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Letter: More on Rep. Summer Lee

Letter: More on Rep. Summer Lee

It seems Summer Lee is enthralled by the “woke” dictum that Israel and Israelis are irredeemably evil and to be ostracized by all “good” people. Thus, she refused to attend the talk given by Israel’s President Herzog.

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Column: A ‘Racist State’? Or Do We Mean a Racist Congresswoman?

Column: A ‘Racist State’? Or Do We Mean a Racist Congresswoman?

We all know what brought this on. The resolution targeted Jayapal for labeling Israel a “racist state” when she addressed the liberal Netroots Nation in Chicago on the previous Saturday night. On Sunday, her fellow Democrats protested, prompting Jayapal to revise her original remarks.

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L’chaim! A Jewish Anti-Death Penalty Group

L’chaim! A Jewish Anti-Death Penalty Group

The grandson of two Holocaust survivors, Michael Zoosman grew up thinking capital punishment was justified. But thanks to a spiritual evolution that began when he was a student at Brandeis University and accelerated during a stint as a prison chaplain, Zoosman changed his mind.

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Column: Road to the Jewish White House

Column: Road to the Jewish White House

Jared Polis, Joshua Shapiro and Lee Zeldin ended the day, on Tuesday, Nov. 8, able to claim vast political accomplishments. All three can be credited with consolidating or augmenting power in their states for their respective political parties.

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AJC Launches the First “Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics”

AJC Launches the First  “Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics”

The American Jewish Congress has launched a one-of-a-kind Jewish Guide to U.S. Politics, a platform which summarizes the positions and voting records of the 2020 Presidential candidates and all U.S. Senators, on relevant facts that American Jews and pro-Israel voters should know about.

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2014 JCRC Candidates’ Forum Is This Week

2014 JCRC Candidates’ Forum Is This Week

The Jewish Community Relations Council is sponsoring the 2014 Candidates Forum at the BMH-BJ synagogue in Denver on Tuesday, October 7th. Carpooling available from Boulder.

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