GOP is the pro-Israel party

By Jeff Ballabon and Bruce Abramson, Times of Israel— For years, the leaders of America’s most established Jewish organizations – AIPAC chief among them — have assured their members that when it came to Israel, there wasn’t much difference between the Democratic and Republican parties. Even suggesting that control of the White House or Congress…

Where is Israel on Evangelical Christian Voters’ List of Priorities?

By: Paul Stanley, Breaking Israel News— Seventeen Republican presidential candidates are vying for the support of evangelical Christian voters from the swing states of Ohio and Florida, to the cornfields of Iowa, to the small towns of the Deep South. Within the varied spectrum of 2016 election issues such as the economy, immigration, and health…

The Democrats Now Own Iran. They’ll Soon Wish They Didn’t

By: Johnathan Tobin, Commentary Magazine: This morning, President Obama got what he’s been working toward all year. With Senator Barbara Mikulski’s announcement that she will vote to support the Iran nuclear deal, the administration got its 34th vote in the Senate, thus assuring that the president will have enough support to sustain a veto of…

The Rise of CUFI

By Shelley Neese, The Jerusalem Connection “It’s a new day in America.  The sleeping giant of Christian Zionism has awakened!” Pastor John Hagee announced in his booming voice to thunderous applause at the AIPAC Annual Policy Conference last March.  What Hagee humbly omitted is that Christians United for Israel (CUFI), a group he formed just over…