Podcast

  • PODCAST: Rudy’s next step?

    Former JTA staffer Matthew Berger says Giuliani is too much of a leader to take a Cabinet post if the GOP takes the White House. Berger has been following Rudy’s campaign for MSNBC. Click the play button below to listen. To subscribe to JTA’s Behind the News podcast, click here. More ▸

  • Rudy’s next step?

    Former JTA staffer Matthew Berger says Giuliani is too much of a leader to take a Cabinet post if the GOP takes the White House. Berger has been following Rudy’s campaign for MSNBC. Click the play button below to listen. To subscribe to JTA’s Behind the News podcast, click here. More ▸

  • PODCAST: Yes, Anthony Lake is Jewish (Now)

    Obama’s foreign policy adviser, Tony Lake, was at NYU today, talking to students at the Bronfman Center about why he thinks the Democratic presidential hopeful is so great. But before he got into details, Lake, who served as national security adviser in the Clinton administration, described his own history of first being mistaken for, and… More ▸

  • Yes, Anthony Lake is Jewish (Now)

    Obama’s foreign policy adviser, Tony Lake, was at NYU today, talking to students at the Bronfman Center about why he thinks the Democratic presidential hopeful is so great. But before he got into details, Lake, who served as national security adviser in the Clinton administration, described his own history of first being mistaken for, and… More ▸

  • Winograd: Olmert tried his best

    What does the Winograd Commission’s final report on Israel’s 2006 war in Lebanon mean for Ehud Olmert’s future? JTA Jerusalem correspondent Leslie Susser speaks with JTA Associate Editor Uriel Heilman about the war, the report and Olmert’s political prognosis. Click the play button below to listen. To subscribe to JTA’s Behind the News podcast, click… More ▸

  • Obama addresses Jewish concerns

    Barack Obama just finished a conference call with Jewish reporters. He took four questions, the first from JTA’s own Ron Kampeas. But while questions dealt with the Middle East, and the recent controversy about Obama’s church, what the candidate really wanted to talk about was the smear campaign that has circulated by email among Jewish… More ▸

  • JTA PODCAST: Obama addresses Jewish concerns

    Barack Obama just finished a conference call with Jewish reporters (read the news brief). He took four questions, the first from JTA’s own Ron Kampeas. But while questions dealt with the Middle East, and the recent controversy about Obama’s church, what the candidate really wanted to talk about was the smear campaign that has circulated… More ▸

  • JTA PODCAST: Arlen’s staying out for now

    Arlen Specter, one of only two Jewish Republicans in the Senate, has held back from endorsing a candidate. In a brief interview with JTA Friday, he said the field was too muddled to make a decision so far in advance of the Pennsylvania primary in April. Oh, and by the way, if the Republicans end… More ▸

  • Arlen’s staying out for now

    Arlen Specter, one of only two Jewish Republicans in the Senate, has held back from endorsing a candidate. In a brief interview with JTA Friday, he said the field was too muddled to make a decision so far in advance of the Pennsylvania primary in April. Oh, and by the way, if the Republicans end… More ▸

  • JTA PODCAST: Lieberman Won’t Join McCain Administration

    Senator Joseph Lieberman, in South Florida this week to stump for John McCain, says he won’t accept a position in a McCain administration – including the VP slot. Caveat emptor: There is quite a bit of background noise and unfortunately a fair amount of cellphone interference on this interview. After the first minute or so… More ▸