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The Jewcy Newshound provides links to articles of interest, twice daily. Once in the morning, once in the afternoon.

Afternoon News Roundup

By January 10, 2008

A Peace of Bush President Bush, visiting Ramallah, declared that “painful political concessions” are inevitable for both Israelis and Palestinians (including the question of Jerusalem and an end to “occupation”) in order to create a two-state solution.  Kerry’s Call He’s … Read More

Morning News Roundup

By January 10, 2008

I Drink Your Milkshake. I Drink It Up. After Hillary's win in New Hampshire it's unclear which Democrat really has momentum. Well, actually, it is clear that Bill Richardson has zero heat. And now he's acknowledging that and dropping out … Read More

Afternoon News Roundup

By January 9, 2008

President Bush Visits Israel George W. Bush has made his first visit to Israel since becoming U.S. President. He angered Palestinians by referring to Israel (the Jewish state) as a "Jewish state," and compared strife in the region to American … Read More

Tuesday Morning News Round-Up

By January 8, 2008

Clinton Faces Second Loss   Facing her second loss in a week to Obama, Hillary is bracing herself for what may be the end of the road for her ambition. Losing to a charismatic but untested Junior Senator must be … Read More

Monday Afternoon News Round-Up

By January 7, 2008

Iowa Win Equals More Security   With the win in Iowa, Obama now will get an increased security detail at the taxpayers charge. Fears in the Black community that Obama will be killed now that he is in the frontrunners … Read More

Afternoon News Roundup

By January 4, 2008

The Game is Real Set your TiVos: The Wire, one of the finest works of American art ever created, returns to HBO for its final season. Mark Bowden calls the show's fountainhead, David Simon, the angriest man in television and … Read More

Morning News Roundup

By January 4, 2008

Iowa’s Final Day of Importance, Until 2011 Obama and Awwww-Shucks both won the Iowa caucuses by convincing margins. The New York Times has extensive coverage. The most telling number, though: Democrats had 239,000 participants to the meager GOP showing of … Read More

Afternoon News Roundup

By January 3, 2008

What's Your Damage? When you're watching Iowa coverage tonight remember it’s a lot more complicated than it seems (but please don’t confuse complicated with sophisticated). Michael Crowley, in The New Republic, gives an overview of the Iowa process, which is … Read More