MAY 15, 2018
Daily News &
In response to the newpapers' attack on the President and Israel, USAIsrael.org—known for its MSNBC boycott of 2002 reaching 1/3 of their paid viewers—today initiated a boycott of the Daily News and its advertisers. USAIsrael—under direction of Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim‚ founder of Mesora.org—is emailing its large NY subscriber base and numerous facebook groups and Daily News advertisers of the boycott of their products. Rabbi Ben-Chaim was interviewed by US News & World Report when MSNBC fired Alan Keyes. Ben-Chaim learned that Ashley Banfield's ratings equaled Keyes' and smelled a rat. That boycott attracted 1/3 of viewers to cancel MSNBC. Ben-Chaim feels with current social media he will top 3-4 million NY-based consumers boycotting the paper and its advertisers. Advertisers continuing their ads will be featured by name here. Ben-Chaim is no slouch and didn't flinch when MSNBC's VP Erik Sorreson asked he halt the boycott. Not good news for the "News."
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JERUSALEM — MAY 14, 2018
US Embassy opens in Jerusalem
TEMPE, AZ — MAY 1, 2018
Claudia Goman meets
Vice Pres. Pence
Claudia Goman has been a strong advocate for Israel, whom today attended a town meeting with Vice President Pence, another strong advocate for Israel. USAIsrael thanks both Claudia and the Vice President.
In Claudia's words: "Folks, our great Vice President Mike Pence has my United We Stand sticker! “Is this for me!?” Yes Mr. Vice President, yes it is☺️! I told him to nix the nuclear deal with Iran. So grateful for our VP!"
[Arizona’s Governor also wanted in on the picture ☺️]
WASHINGTON D.C. — MARCH 23, 2018
Congress passes Taylor Force act
as part of $1.3 trillion budget bill
Rider to the omnibus spending bill, named for an American Taylor Force, killed by a Palestinian terrorist, cuts US aid to Palestinians until PA and PLO stop funding terrorists and their families
WASHINGTON — Congress gave final approval Friday to a massive $1.3 trillion spending bill that included as a rider the Taylor Force Act, which would cut some aid to Palestinians until they end stipends for terror convicts and families of slain attackers.
After late-night arguments and objections from fiscal conservatives to massive outlays on Democratic priorities at a time when Republicans control the House, Senate and White House, the budget finally passed late Thursday, avoiding a budget crisis.
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