Pulse Opinion Research
The Hill, Capitol Hill newspaper, September 19, 2011
Support of Israel transcends religious, gender, age, economic and partisan lines. 63% of independent voters consider (a positive) US policy on Israel to be very important (16%) and somewhat important (47%). 76% of independent voters assume that President Obama is not supportive enought of Israel (50%) and adequately supportive (26%).
Straight from the Jerusalem Boardroom #156, September 01, 2011
U.S. defense and prosperity increasingly depend on the ever-growing economic and technological power of Israel. If we stand together we can deter or defeat any foe… We need Israel as much as it needs us (Wall Street Journal, July 5, 2011).
http://www.israelhayom.com/site/newsletter_opinion.php?id=399, August 28, 2011
Israel's battle against Palestinian terrorism and conventional military threats must not be inhibited by its ties with the USA and Egypt.
http://www.israelhayom.com/site/newsletter_opinion.php?id=330, August 14, 2011
In an August 5, 2011 "Atlantic Magazine" interview, Livni demonstrated miscomprehension of Israel's maneuverability under US pressure, the impact of the Palestinian issue on US-Israel relations, the ideological gap between Obama and the US public and Congress and the fundamentals of the US political system.
Pajamas Media, July 16, 2011
In order to comprehend US foreign policy in general, and US special ties with Israel in particular, one needs to be familiar with US domestic policy and with the US state of mind.
The Wall Street Journal, July 05, 2011
America's enemies understand deeply and intuitively that no U.S. goals or resources in the Middle East are remotely as important as Israel. Why don't we?
Yoram Ettinger's interview on Israel TV ch#10, July 02, 2011
A series of meetings with independent oilmen in Midland, Texas, exposed the significant untapped potential for enhanced US-Israel strategic cooperation.
American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, June 29, 2011
In order to understand the depth of American affinity with Israel, one needs to comprehend the patriotic nature of most Americans. Karlyn Bowman's study sheds light on American patriotism, which has been sustained even during the current mood of economic and political pessimism.
Hearing at the US House Committee on Foreign Affairs, June 23, 2011
The Iranian nuclear weapons program, and its potential linkages to Syria, remains one of the most critical national-security challenges facing America, perhaps even the gravest near-term threat. After nearly twenty years of fruitless U.S. and Western efforts to prevent Iran from achieving its objective of deliverable nuclear weapons, we are now at a critical point.
Washington-based "Secure Freedom Radio", June 20, 2011
Yoram Ettinger discusses – on "Secure Freedom Radio" in Washington, DC - Hizballah, demographic realities and US foreign aid to the Palestinian Authority.