South Dakota

5 Up-and coming Jewish Republicans

Politics is never ending, and so is curiosity about the Jews who are running for or who have already attained public office.

Let's face it; all but one of the Jews in  the U.S. House and Senate are Democrats. So we were wondering: what about the next generation of Jewish Republican leaders?

From Brooklyn To Big Sky

11/12/2008
Editorial Intern
Stocked full of kosher meat products from Iowa, an 18-wheeler lumbers across South Dakota en route to Seattle, lurching to a brief stop along Interstate 90 in central Montana. Under snow-capped mountains in Bozeman, a lone, sheitel-wearing redhead drives to a rest area on the highway, waiting for the semi to appear. When it does, she unloads what in Big Sky country is precious cargo — the kosher-certified meat and chicken that helps sustain the handful of observant Jews in this picturesque college town.

From Brooklyn To Big Sky

01/30/2008
Editorial Intern
Stocked full of kosher meat products from Iowa, an 18-wheeler lumbers across South Dakota en route to Seattle, lurching to a brief stop along Interstate 90 in central Montana. Under snow-capped mountains in Bozeman, a lone, sheitel-wearing redhead drives to a rest area on the highway, waiting for the semi to appear. When it does, she unloads what in Big Sky country is precious cargo — the kosher-certified meat and chicken that helps sustain the handful of observant Jews in this picturesque college town.  

Talk at AIPAC: What Will Hillary Do?

Monday, June 2nd, 2008 James Besser in Washington Every year there’s a predominant buzz at the AIPAC policy conference. Last year it was the controversy over the dramatic appearance of Christians United for Israel president John Hagee; in 2005 and 2006 much of the talk in the hallways was about the federal investigation into two former AIPAC staffers.
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