A Five Step process for policies that are faith and family friendly, via Beliefnet.
Per an op-ed in today’s CS Monitor.
Last night, the Maryland Non-Public Schools Legislative Coalition, of which the OU/IPA is a founding member, held 17 separate Legislative Forums across the state — with over 5,000 people attending. The OU’s press release is here. The agenda was short … Continued
Last night the Maryland Non-Public Schools Legislative Coalition, of which the Orthodox Union’s Institute for Public Affairs is a founding member, held seventeen Legislative Forums across Maryland to advocate to their local elected officials on restoring cut textbook funding, expanding … Continued
OU Commends PM Olmert for Restoring Funds (60 Million NIS) in Support of Religious Zionist Schools in Israeli Budget; Advocacy by Religious Zionist Knesset Members, Community Leaders and Diaspora Organizations Yields Positive Result Today, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations … Continued
On the eve of President Bush’s major address to the country regarding a new Iraq war strategy and a trip to the region by Secretary of State Condi Rice, Israel’s Prime Minister has reiterated that he has put “unilateralist” steps … Continued
Five Steps for Democrats to Keep the Faith Democrats have profited from religious votes, now they have the chance to follow through. By Nathan J. Diament Democrats took the reins of power in Congress last week in no small part … Continued
Letter to members of the US House of Representatives in support of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007 (H.R.3). To read a pdf of the letter please click here.
Jen Rubin here, IPA Fellow. The IPA staff this morning attended a reception called “An Open House to Celebrate the People’s House” hosted by newly elected Speaker, Nancy Pelosi. It was an energetic gathering beginning with a speech by Representative … Continued
Renaissance Of Ideas By Maayan Jaffe January 05, 2007, The Baltimore Jewish Times “During the war I cried a lot,” says 11-year-old Sapir from Nahariya. “I didn’t want to go out of my house. Makom BaLev helps me with the … Continued