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Presidential Elections

MLK’s ‘I have a dream’ lives today

By Mark Schneier On Aug. 28, our nation was due to pause to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and his historic “I Have A Dream” speech. Although he delivered the...

A trek to

At 11:45 a.m. on Monday, I started down the long and winding road to the Democratic National Convention at the Pepsi Center. I walked to the RTD shuttle on Lincoln,...

Protesters revel in opportunity

Whatever else Denver may have been for the past few days — and it’s been any number of things — it has certainly been this: a carnival of causes. Drawn like moths to...

Jewish Demos revel in confidence

Sunday, August 24. The Day Before. Anticipation. Excitement. Dread. Police officers, sheriff deputies and security guards in crisp uniforms. Everywhere. Visitors and...

Jews play significant roles in conventions

WASHINGTON— Every four years, the national Democrataic and Republican conventions provide an opportunity for Jewish politicos and communal figures to flex some...

In debate over energy, Jewish groups concerned with security, environment

WASHINGTON — For Jews, the energy debate is a case where tough-minded hawks and feel-good liberals are in agreement. Whether one views the presidential candidates’...

Obama visits Israel, Middle East

By Jerusalem Post JERUSALEM —— US Democratic presidential aspirant Barack Obama brought his campaign to Israel Tuesday evening for a whirlwind tour that Israeli...

Obama’s ‘united Jerusalem’: no barbed wires

By Hillary Leila Krieger, JTA JERUSALEM — Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama did not rule out Palestinian sovereignty over parts of Jerusalem...

An Obama-Clinton lovefest at AIPAC

By Ami Eden, JTA WASHINGTON —— After months of seeking to paint each other as opposites on Middle East policy, US Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were on the...