Last week, California voters voted no on Prop 37, a ballot initiative seeking to ensure all foods containing GMO’s (genetically-modified organisms) are labeled. One of the people who were extremely upset with the failure of the proposition is Mayim Bialik. The “Big Bang Theory” star, who is a vegan and animal activist took her frustrations to Facebook: ‘ The condoms Bialik joked… More ▸
It has been only two days since the election campaign in the U.S. (finally) came to an end, but for some people, campaigning just never stops. After being an avid and somewhat outspoken supporter of President Obama and the Democratic Party, Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman is moving on to her next target — Israeli politics. Last… More ▸
Not surprisingly, almost all of them are thrilled, and there is even an interesting surprise at the end.
So happy right now. Congratulations @barackobama. Whenever you want, I will make out with you at a seriously discounted rate.
— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) November 7, 2012
Nate Silver was just anointed Emperor of Math. — Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) November 7, 2012
Thank YOU sir! Can I get that game on the White House half-court soon? RT @barackobama This happened because of you. Thank you. — Seth Green (@SethGreen) November 7, 2012 More ▸
The election season is almost over, thankfully, but before the we all find out who is the next POTUS, we thought it would be interesting to look at the political preferences of some famous Jews. Some of the Jewish celebrities are very outspoken regarding their opinions, some are more quiet and most of them donate a lot of money.
Check out the list, who knows, maybe it will change how you will vote (I really hope it won’t though):
Republican Jewish Celebrities:
The producer behind “CSI,” “Beverly Hills Cop,” “Top Gun” and more has donated for the Bush, McCain and Romney campaigns More ▸
Television producer Chuck Lorre, the man who is behind successful shows like “Two and a Half Man,” “Big Bang Theory,” and “Dharma and Greg,” and also the target of Charlie Sheen’s alleged anti-Semitic rant, is now in the center of a political-turned-entertainment controversy. The reason – his famous “Vanity Cards,” (that’s showbiz speak for the screenshots at the… More ▸
Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban wasn’t too happy with Donald Trump’s self-proclaimed “game changing” $5 million offer to President Obama. So he decided to make a counter offer — that won’t even require The Donald to go through his old college records, and it sure beats Stephen Colbert‘s offer. Watch it here: Dallas News… More ▸
Sarah Silverman political videos are back, y’all! After encouraging old Jewish Floridians to vote for Obama in 2008 and encouraging billionaire mogul Sheldon Adelson to stop his support for Republican candidate Mitt Romney in exchange for, um, scissoring, the Jewish comedian now wants to spread the word about voter ID laws. In a video posted… More ▸
By Ron Kampeas
Robert Wexler, a former congressman who is a chief Jewish surrogate for President Obama, told the Democratic National Convention that reelecting Obama was the better choice for a secure Israel. More ▸
The band behind this “genuine” love song for Mindy Meyer, the New York State Senate candidate from Flatbush, is “The Groggers,” a comedy Jewish pop-punk band. A little dorky, but New York politics comedy gold right there. My favorite lyrics: We’ll reign over Brooklyn You’ll be king and I’ll be queen And I’ll even help… More ▸
Mindy Meyer, Orthodox Jewish N.Y. State Senate candidate, has the most ridiculous campaign website ever
This is too good to be true. The 22-year-old Mindy Meyer of Flatbush, Brooklyn, is running for the New York State Senate on the Republican and Conservative Party slate. The young Orthodox Jew is definitely proud of her lack of corruption. “I can tell you one thing, I have no experience in corruption,” Meyer says…. More ▸