Correspondent for The Jewish Press Online Lori Lowenthal Marcus joins Jeff & Tami for the entire hour.

JeffDunetzTwitter Jeff is a conservative voice from the People’s Republic of New York whose political news and commentary can be found at his own site, JeffDunetz.com, at TruthRevolt.org, and weekly in is political column in The Jewish Star.

Jeff has a quick wit and will ensure HDNR does not suffer a snark deficiency. TamiCropped

Tami Jackson is a lifelong conservative, a Christian, the grand-daughter of Norwegian immigrants, born and raised in Oregon.

A native of the state which is now 1/3 third of the West Coast Progressive Trifecta, Tami is a writer, editor and talk show host availing herself of all new media to chase the blues away!

Tami is the co-proprietor and Editor-In-Chief of RightVoiceMedia.com and the host of the Tami Jackson Show on Tuesday nights on the 405.

Our guest tonight will be Lori Lowenthal Marcus. Lori Lowenthal Marcus is the U.S. correspondent for The Jewish Press online. Her beat is broad: all issues relating to Israel, the Middle East and other issues of concern to Jews in America.

Marcus is also the founder and president of Z STREET, an unabashedly Zionist organization. Z STREET believes in the right of Jews to live anywhere in the world, including in Judea and Samaria (frequently referred to as the “West Bank”). It also opposes Israel making concessions to, appeasing, or negotiating with terrorists.

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In August, 2010, Z STREET sued the IRS Commissioner for viewpoint discrimination, a violation of the First Amendment, when it discovered the IRS treated its application differently than other applicants because its position on Israel differs from this administration’s, as told to it by the IRS agent assigned to Z STREET’s application.

The IRS later claimed it had to scrutinize our application because we might be funding terrorists in Israel, and/or that no one can sue the government.

Marcus is a Harvard Law School graduate and practiced First Amendment law, as well as taught in graduate and law schools in the Philadelphia area. She has two masters degrees from Bryn Mawr College and an undergraduate degree from Brandeis University.

Call in with questions or comments at 877-297-8022!

Follow Jeff on Twitter at @yidwithlid and me at @tamij

7 Comments

  1. How can I subscribe to the podcast? I didn’t find it on iTunes.

    Thanks.

  2. Dang, John. There’s no iTunes icon on the iPhone version. I tried clicking on the RSS fees icon but all that came up was the 405 Main feed but no Tami or Jeff . I guess I’ll have to download it and sync the file. Bummer…

    Thanks for the help nonetheless.

    • The podcast link is on the home page: http://the405media.com/
      Look to the right of “The Latest” (under the red banner). But you’re right…I don’t see it on my iPhone! Dang!

      Also, here is the 405 on iTunes URL: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-405-live/id548997144?mt=2

    • John Grant says:

      It’s there. The web page is “responsive” meaning it shifts to a single (long) column on an iPhone. Scroll *all the way* down till you see the Live Stream box. Click on the Podcast tab. Click on the iTunes icon or banner. It will launch your app. Just tried it here.

      • Cool beans…got it. Thanks for the tutorial. Obviously a suggestion I could make would be to make it a bit more intuitive, especially for old farts like me who has no idea what ‘responsive’ means or what the context of ‘live stream’ would mean. We dummies like an iTunes button. Especially large ones that our eyes can actually see. :-)

        Thanks again for your help. It’ll be my morning commute listening tomorrow…and many more days in the future.

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