Daily Jewce: Joe Lieberman Should Make Friends With WikiLeaks, Herzl’s Lonley Planet, Bob Dylan’s Paper, Cynthia Ozick And More
Today’s news includes some new ideas for Joseph Lieberman, what would one of the founding fathers of political Zionism think of Tel Aviv becoming trendy, get a little piece of Bob Dylan for a lot of money and much more. Read More
- The Atlantic thinks that instead of prosecuting Julian Assange for actions he calls “outrageous, reckless, and despicable,” maybe Joe Liebrman should consider praising the head of WikiLeaks.
- What would Theodor Herzl think about Lonley Planet naming Tel Aviv as one of the top ten cities of 2010?
- Want to buy some music sheets for some of Bob Dylan’s most famous songs? Hope you’ve got $200,000 lying around.
- Edward Champion talks about Cynthia Ozick’s latest book, Foreign Bodies.