This profile was last updated on .
Is this you? Claim your profile.
Wrong M.J. Rosenberg?
Mr. M.J. Rosenberg J.
351 West 24Th Street
The Washington Spectator has been a leading source of independent, progressive news and commentary since 1974.
Nonprofit and reader-supported, the Spectator reports from the ground on the excesses of the public and private sectors that distort our polit...
Find other employees at this company (14)
(200 Total References)
M.J. Rosenberg is Special ...
M.J. Rosenberg is Special Correspondent for The Washington Spectator.
Previously he served as a Senior Foreign Policy Fellow with Media Matters Action Network, and prior to that worked on Capitol Hill for various Democratic members of the House and Senate for 15 years.
israelinsider: Views: Angels in Israel
M.J. Rosenberg is Director of Policy Analysis for Israel Policy Forum, a long time Capitol Hill staffer and former editor of AIPAC's Near East Report.
More from M.J. Rosenberg
By M.J. Rosenberg
December 29, 2003
â€œItâ€™s really about donors, not about ...
â€œItâ€™s really about donors, not about votes, except perhaps in Florida (where Jews make up about five percent of the electorate),â€ according to M.J. Rosenberg, a veteran Israel analyst at Media Matters who worked for years at AIPAC and on Capitol Hill where AIPAC wields its greatest influence.
â€œThe surrender weâ€™ve been watching lately is all about the money,â€ he said.
â€œWhat AIPAC and other key groups like the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee do successfully is to convince both the White House and Congress that every dollar that comes from someone Jewish is about Israel, when, in fact, most Jewish donors are contributing because of a host of liberal causes they believe in â€" from social security and gay marriage to the environment,â€ he told IPS.
M.J. Rosenberg, who once ...
M.J. Rosenberg, who once worked with AIPAC and Israel Policy Forum, writes, "For three weeks the killing of children and other innocents in Gaza at the hands of the Israeli military has dominated the news.
Where were Siegman, Rosenberg
and Klien to shout "not in our name" about those wars?
"I think (AIPAC support) is the ...
"I think (AIPAC support) is the only hope the administration has to win is the pressure AIPAC can bring on members of Congress," M.J. Rosenberg, a special correspondent to The Washington Spectator and to The Huffington Post, who previously served as the director of policy analysis for the Israel Policy Forum, and was an editor of Near East Report, AIPAC's bi-weekly publication on Middle East policy told Ian Masters Sept. 7, on "Background Briefing" heard on KPFK-FM in Los Angeles.
I notice that Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) of Florida, who is about as AIPAC
as you can get, is heading up the effort to get a no vote on this," Mr. Rosenberg