Kamala Harris' response to an vicious lies about the Jewish State is reminiscent of Hillary Clinton’s 1999 visit (as First Lady) with Suha Arafat, wife of then-PA president and long-time terrorist leader, Yasser Arafat.

So far, the Democratic presidential nominee has accepted thousands of dollars from prominent Islamists, some of whom are alleged to have ties to terrorist organizations.

The 2016 United States Presidential elections are probably one of the most important elections in the history of the United States. Israel and the Jewish people are a hot topic as of late for American Jewry, especially the huge Military aid package for Israel that was just past by President Obama and the U.S. Congress.... Read more »

We are a great people because we questioned, we argued, and we stuck to our principles. Why is it that in 2016 we have suddenly shut down dissent?

I just found out that I am deplorable, or at least I hang out with deplorables.

After nearly eight years of President Obama, it feels as though we have returned to September 10, 2001. Obama refuses to talk about radical Islam or acknowledge the war being waged against us. While he lives in a parallel universe, the evidence that his policies have failed continues to mount.

During what has become a highly contentious presidential campaign, controversy continues to swirl around Hillary Clinton's private email server she used during her position as secretary of state.

Former US President Bill Clinton, speaking at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, shared how Hillary copied a groundbreaking Israeli educational program, which then spread across America thanks to her efforts.

For Clinton, the interview indicates that the Justice Department's year-long probe is drawing to a close only four weeks before she is set to be formally nominated as the Democrats' choice to succeed President Barack Obama.

After more than two years, Republicans delivered a final Benghazi Committee report that ripped the Obama administration's handling of the 2012 terrorist attack — but Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign dismissed the findings as 'discredited' conspiracy theories.

The two candidates' dramatically different proposals — as well as their contrasting styles — underscored the clear choice Americans face in the November election. Clinton's vision builds on President Barack Obama's approach, while Trump is calling for a drastically different national security posture.