“Choose to Lead” is the AIPAC motto for 2018. There are 18,000 attendees, a figure slightly up from last year’s, including 3,600 students.
While the November meeting marked the first time any motion to divest from Israel passed in Michigan’s student government, it also marked the first time a professor—or a speaker of any kind—was barred from addressing the student government.
Is the brash young crown prince a liberalizing reformer or a repressive hard-liner? And what does this mean for his kingdom’s relationships with the United States and Israel?
Tapper spoke of “men of means and power who not only treated women as prey but in all too many cases robbed these women of their dreams.”
“As we try to stand up for facts and truth and decency, we in the media need to make sure that we don’t give ammunition to those who are seeking to undermine the credibility of the press,” CNN’s Jake Tapper said Sunday when accepting Moment’s inaugural Robert S. Greenberger Journalism Award at the National Press Club.
“You know when we are talking about surgical operations, we have in mind scalpels. When you talk surgical operations, you seem to think of chisel and ten-pound hammer.”