by Jonathan Feldstein My mother not only wanted me to be a lawyer, but she had me pegged as a US Supreme Court judge. Unfortunately, I never went to law school. I was thinking of this recently when I learned that three of the US Supreme Court judges with whom I have something in common, […]

US Supreme Court Israeli Passport Ruling

by D. Blackburn Recently, the United States Supreme Court ruled against a law put in place by Congress in 2002 permitting Jerusalem-born Israelis to list Israel as their place of birth on their American passports, a right currently allowed to all other Israelis. This turn of events is a blow to the efforts of Israeli […]