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Inauguration day

Today has finally arrived. The culmination of so much, and, concomitantly, the final death knell in a coffin that’s been sealed long ago. Over the past week, the...

Is it Palin, no it’s Kennedy

Talk about a double standard. Nope, we’re not referring to Rubashkin being denied bail, but a senatorial appointment in the making. A seat’s been left vacant...

They’re back

First came the vigorous and seemingly never ending battle – months of Hillary vs Obama – the conclusion of which finally came in Denver. Seems Obama was the...

John, John, what have you done?

During the final week of campaigning and especially yesterday, delivering an eloquent concession speech, we found ourselves wondering: where did McCain go wrong? This is...

Still undecided?

For those of you still unsure for whom to vote, an entry on JTA alerted us to candidate guides published by prominent Jewish organizations. These include answers...

Final days

Can you believe it? After all these months – or has it been years? – the campaign “season” is finally winding down. And even though only a...

Amidst the drama…humor!

As a member of the media we receive myriad info packets and promotional materials. These can come from bona fide organizations or individuals hoping for a voice. The...

This bird is a hawk

**Update** We now have the full text of Sarah Palin’s speech on the IJN site, along with news stories about the rally (9/25). Whether good or bad, hateful or...

The other side comes to town

Slowly, slowly, we’re getting back to regular life. The excitement has dissipated, we’re no longer the talk of the nation, famous faces are once again few...

Who will you vote for in November?

According to Labor Day’s Gallup poll, Obama is leading McCain by 6 points, nearly the opposite of our informal assessment among IJN.com users. For the past month...