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Rand Paul Flip-Flops On Israel Aid Again

Sen. Rand Paul has flip-flopped again on his goal of eliminating aid to Israel.  First he was for cutting it, then he was against it and now he’s back but with a caveat: not right away.

In an interview this week the Kentucky Republican with presidential ambitions repeated his goal of phasing out aid to Israel as well as every other country.

Where I Agree And Disagree With President Obama On Israel

08/09/2012
Special To The Jewish Week

Although I truly believe President Barack Obama has had good intentions in his policies toward Israel, and has accomplished much in the region, there are several key respects where he could have been — and still can be — a greater friend to Israel.

Grace Meng

Romney Takes 6 States On Super Tuesday

03/07/2012
JTA

WASHINGTON (JTA) – Leading Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney took six of 10 states in Super Tuesday primaries, including a narrow victory in coveted Ohio.

Also in Ohio, Republicans selected a Jewish veteran to run for the U.S. Senate and longtime Rep. Dennis Kucinich, a consistent critic of Israel, lost in a Democratic primary.

Paul Reportedly Was involved In Racist, Anti-Semitic Newsletters

01/31/2012

 Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul reportedly signed off on racially charged newsletters in the 1990s, despite denying his involvement.

Paul said recently that he was not involved in the writing of and did not read the “Ron Paul Survival Report” pamphlets produced in the 1990s as part of a marketing campaign for a company and non-profit organization that was intertwined with his political career, the Washington Post reported Saturday, citing three people with direct knowledge of his business.

Big Win By Gingrich In S. Carolina Blows Race Open

01/22/2012

Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina primary by wide margin, throwing open the race for the GOP presidential candidacy.

Gingrich, the former U.S. House of Representatives speaker, bested Mitt Romney, long believed to be the frontrunner, 40.4 percent to 27.9 percent, according to counts after polls closed Saturday.

Over the last week, Gingrich's poll numbers climbed in the conservative state, seen as the last chance to keep Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and a relative moderate, from getting the nomination.

Which candidate would make the best Republican nominee for president?

Romney, Santorum Say They'll Vote For Paul If He Wins GOP Nod

12/30/2011

Two Republican presidential candidates said they would vote for Rep. Ron Paul if he wins the GOP nomination.

Mitt Romney, considered a frontrunner, and Rick Santorum, now undergoing a late surge in polls in Iowa, both told CNN in recent days that they would vote for Paul if he were to secure the nomination.

Romney, Santorum Say They'll Vote For Paul If He Wins GOP Nod

12/30/2011

Two Republican presidential candidates said they would vote for Rep. Ron Paul if he wins the GOP nomination.

Mitt Romney, considered a frontrunner, and Rick Santorum, now undergoing a late surge in polls in Iowa, both told CNN in recent days that they would vote for Paul if he were to secure the nomination.

Jewish Conservatives Push Back Against Paul Surge

Effort to spread awareness of Texas rep’s extreme views on Israel, history of rhetoric before Iowa primary.

12/27/2011

Ron Paul’s unlikely rise in the Republican presidential race has Jewish conservatives on edge.

The Texas congressman had been regarded as a fringe figure whose views, especially on foreign policy -- including his opposition to the U.S.-Israel alliance -- put him far outside the Republican mainstream.

But new polls show Paul in a dead heat in Iowa with Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, and Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Ron Paul shows strong numbers in Iowa

Gingrich Under Fire For Comments On Palestinians

12/11/2011

Republican presidential front-runner Newt Gingrich stood by his assertion that the Palestinians are an "invented people," drawing criticism from other GOP candidates.

"Is what I said factually correct? Yes. Is it historically true? Yes," Gingrich said during a GOP debate Saturday night in Iowa. "We are in a situation where every day rockets are fired into Israel while the United States -- the current administration -- tries to pressure the Israelis into a peace process."

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