Bloggings on Immigration Law and Policy

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Greg Siskind









Jewish Conservatives May Be Key Voice on Immigration Reform





While the nation's Jewish community is known for being reliably Democratic, politically conservative Jews have certainly made their voices heard. Sheldon Adelson, Charles Krauthammer, David Frum, Jonah Goldberg and Bill Kristol, to name a few, play an important role in influencing the process either by advising campaigns, providing funds and shaping public opinion. So I found this piece in today's Jewish Forward, one of the country's leading Jewish newspapers interesting. Conservative columnist Noam Neusner argues that being pro-immigration is actually being true to conservative principles.




January 02, 2013