OBAMA’S MULTIFAITH PITCH: In his speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama cites Jesus, Judaism and Islam in making the case that the rich should pay more in taxes.
ROMNEY-PAUL ALLIANCE: While they may have big policy differences, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are friendly with one another, and have worked together to establish a political relationship that is mutually beneficial, The Washington Post reports.
FLORIDA’S ECLECTIC JEWS: Haaretz’s Natasha Mozgovaya met a diverse cast of Jewish characters while covering the Florida GOP primary.
DON’T VOTE ISRAEL: Political scientist Brent Sasley argues that it doesn’t make sense for Jews to vote for president based on Israel-related issues.
OBAMA’S CATHOLIC PROBLEM: Commentary’s Jonathan Tobin writes that a recent Obama administration decision that angered the Catholic Church could “come back to haunt” the president on Election Day.
BROOKLYN BRAWL: A Jewish Republican state senate candidate is condemning his Jewish Democratic opponent for alleging that he has “neo-Nazi ties” based on some of his controversial writings that were linked to by white supremacist websites.