A compendium of their falsehoods, misdirections, and anti-Israel activities.
J Street representatives met with the Obama administration frequently during the flare-up resulting from Joe Biden's visit to Israel. (Update: Don't miss Bill Whittle's new interview with Ben-David on PJTV.com.)
After writing an expose of J Street, I was the target of character assassination from Journolist members — including a violent threat from Spencer Ackerman.
The PA’s attempt to block Israel’s economic achievement could theoretically backfire and endanger American military assistance to the would-be state of Palestine.
Israel must ignore the international minimizing of the threat. Iraqi Scuds and Egyptian anti-aircraft missiles were once minimized, too.
At least two of her colleagues had placed themselves under the tractor's maw on that day in 2003. Russian roulette was apparently the group's strategy.
An open letter to Rachel Corrie's parents from an Israeli parent. (Related: And don't miss Ronald Radosh: A Note to Israel: Try Rachel Corrie’s Accusers.)
A former IDF medic praises the tremendous capabilities on display in Haiti, and wishes they only ever had to be in the business of lifesaving.
There are some very close ties between Saudi Arabia, the Arab American Institute, and J Street.
The hoopla surrounding the upstart lobby doesn't translate into instant political clout.
Pointed questions for director Jeremy Ben-Ami before the new "pro-Israel, pro-peace" lobby's first big conference.
Exposing the tip of the iceberg, er, the tip of the sand dune.
Examine the new progressive pro-Israel lobby closely, and you'll find a Palestinian billionaire and agents for Arab states.