Hillary Clinton Calls BDS Movement ‘Harmful’ On Eve of Vote in Her Methodist Church

Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton addresses the annual AIPAC policy conference in Washington, D.C. in March 2016. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON — On the eve of a bid to have her church divest from companies allegedly profiting from Israel’s control of the West Bank, Hillary Clinton reasserted that the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement was counterproductive to peace. Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, responded on Sunday to an appeal from the Israel… Read More

They Voted Cruz, Now What?


Ted Cruz might be out of the presidential race, but Republican Jews who supported the tough talking Texas senator during the primary say they plan to vote according to their conscience in November by supporting the candidate who cares most about their core concerns: illegal immigration and national security. For them, that means supporting businessman… Read More

Mechoulam Talks Cannabis Research, Medical Uses

Israeli researcher Raphael Mechoulam spoke about medical cannabis in Baltimore on April 14. (Photo by Marc Shapiro)

Raphael Mechoulam, a pioneering Israeli cannabis researcher, spoke at MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society, in Baltimore on April 14 about his research, medical uses for cannabis and what the future of research may hold. Dr. Dan Morhaim, a District 11 delegate and longtime proponent of medical cannabis, began by asking, “Why is this plant… Read More

Clinton — Bill, That Is — Stumps at Leisure World

With the Maryland primary two weeks away, former president Bill Clinton touts the former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, as best qualified to be president to a crowd at Leisure World. (Photo by Daniel Schere)

Former President Bill Clinton was in his element Wednesday, shaking hands with more than 300 residents at the Leisure World retirement community in Silver Spring and urging them to vote for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “You live in the highest voting precinct in the entire state of Maryland,” he said. “The first… Read More

Edwards’ Emily’s List Support Rankles Van Hollen Backers


Members of America’s Jewish community, by and large, are some of the most progressive voters there are. They consistently back pro-choice Democrats, in some cases by a margin greater than 2-1, and other candidates who advocate increased public expenditures for social service projects and education. But they’re also staunchly pro-Israel, a fact that has many… Read More

Hitler’s Personal Copy of ‘Mein Kampf’ Sells for $20K

One of Hitler’s personal copies of “Mein Kampf.” (provided)

A Maryland auction house sold one of Adolf Hitler’s personal copies of “Mein Kampf” for $20,655 on Friday, March 18. The book, which lays out Hitler’s manifesto, was sold by Chesapeake City-based Alexander Historical Auctions to an American buyer.  No other information about the buyer was available. “It’s a pretty powerful relic, and I’ve had… Read More

Clinton Pledges Support for ‘Strong’ Israel in AIPAC Speech

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Monday told close to 18,000 Israel supporters at the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., that if elected, she would “never allow Israel’s adversaries to think a wedge can be driven between us.” Speaking at the Verizon Center, the former senator and secretary of state eliminated any daylight between… Read More