Dr. James J. Zogby

  • TI’m writing from my home in Washington, DC, on the evening of the Fourth of July, deeply troubled by the display that has just unfolded a few miles away on our National Mall. President Donald Trump, in defiance of all tradition, turned our nation’s birthday into a paid-by-US-taxpayer ...

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  • TWhat happened to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar was troubling. On the one hand, because she dared to challenge the way supporters of Israel have worked to silence debate on US policy toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, she became a victim of incitement, and the target of legislation meant to shame ...

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  • TThis week a well-known Israeli journalist revealed what he said were “new details about the Trump administration’s Israeli-Palestinian peace plan.” His report, he said, came from notes he had obtained from an American Jewish leader who had been part of a small group of community ...

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  • TThis election was the meanest, dirtiest, and most disgraceful in my lifetime—and it will have consequences. Even before the results began to be reported on late Tuesday night, we already knew who the losers were going to be—the American people and our political culture. The damage done ...

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  • TThis month’s prize for dangerous moves and disingenuous press releases goes to the State Department for its October 18, 2018 notice, headlined “On the Merging of US Embassy Jerusalem and US Consulate General Jerusalem.” The release was a statement by Secretary of State Michael ...

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  • TPresident Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court exacerbated our nation’s deep partisan divide. It has also profoundly affected my neighborhood and my church. My family has lived in Northwest Washington, DC for almost four decades. During all this time, we ...

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