Obama's Demonization of Iran Deal Critics Must Stop

Direct echo of infamous Bush "41" remarks about "lobbyists"

RJC Response to Iran Deal Makes Headlines

RJC's advocacy efforts against Pres. Obama's Iran nuclear deal have garnered attention from key media outlets, including CBS News, Politico, USA Today, and the Washington Post

At what point does negotiation become capitulation?

When Does It End?

Washington, DC - Today, the Republican Jewish Coalition's Executive Director Matt Brooks issued the following statement concerning another missed deadline in the P5+1 talks:

On the Brink of a Bad Deal

Thursday, July 2, 2015 
By: Matthew Brooks, RJC Executive Director

A cogent argument has been made that President Obama wants to transform the U.S. relationship with Iran, legitimizing and empowering Iran as a regional leader so that the U.S. can step back from an active role in the Middle East.

RJC Joins in Solidarity Statement

Washington, D.C. -- The RJC joins other Jewish communal organizations in a statement of solidarity with the African-American community in light of the horrific murders in Charleston.

Obama Cannot Rewrite History

One Speech Will Not Change This

Washington, DC  - Today the Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement after President Barack Obama's speech at the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C.

RJC Statement on Corker-Cardin Bill

Washington, DC -- Today, the Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement on the Corker-Cardin bill that passed through the Senate.

Where Does Hillary Stand?

Does '15 Hillary agree with '07 Hillary on Corker-Menendez?

Washington, D.C. - Today, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Corker-Menendez Iran bill with bipartisan support, clearing the way for the legislation to be brought to the Senate floor for a vote. In light of this action, an important question is: where does presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stand on this critical legislation?  We don't know. 

Jewish Support for Obama Drops

Washington, DC -  A new Gallup poll shows that American Jews support for President Obama is trending in the wrong direction. Gallup notes that "[there is an] average 13-point gap" between how Jewish Americans and Americans overall view the President. Today that gap has narrowed to eight percent.

American People Must Weigh In

Corker-Graham-Menendez Bill Must Be Passed

Washington, DC - Today, the Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement regarding an "agreement on parameters" from the P5+1 Iranian nuclear talks.