If Israel Attacks Iran, 42% Say U.S. Should Help

Sunday, July 20, 2008Rasmussen Reports Forty-two percent (42%) of Americans say that if Israel launches an attack against Iran, the United States should help Israel. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 46% believe the United States should do nothing while just 1% believe the U.S. should help Iran. Click here to read the entire article: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/current_events/general_current_events/if_israel_attacks_iran_42_say_u_s_should_help

Israel Can’t Buy Peace

It doesn’t matter how many prisoners it releases for hostages, or how many rounds of talks it holds with its enemies Israel will never be able to secure a lasting peace at the negotiating table. Israel is surrounded by people that want it gone. Period. End of discussion. The destruction of Israel and the slaughter of its citizens is not … Read More

RJC: Obama Should Disinvite Hagel from Israel Trip

Washington, D.C. (July 15, 2008) — Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) Executive Director Matt Brooks issued the followed statement today: “In a press release issued yesterday by the Republican Jewish Coalition, we called on Senator Obama to drop anti-Israel Senator Chuck Hagel as a participant on Obama’s upcoming trip to Israel. Despite information from multiple sources, both in the US and … Read More


By Jim Turner (Contact)Originally published 04:05 p.m., July 16, 2008Updated 04:05 p.m., July 16, 2008 Doubling his personal contribution to $500,000, former Palm Beach Gardens Council member Hal Valeche has started the second quarter with the most cash on hand among three Republicans seeking to unseat Congressman Tim Mahoney, D-Palm Beach Gardens, from Florida’s 16th District in Congress. At the … Read More


By Cal Thomas So this is how it ends: not with a bang, but a whimper. The most senior judge in England has declared that Islamic legal principles in Sharia law may be used within Muslim communities in Britain to settle marital arguments and regulate finance. Lord Chief Justice Lord Phillips said, “Those entering into a contractual agreement can agree … Read More


On Monday, ASG Client Hal Valache launched his first television commercial in his race to win the Republican Primary in Florida’s 16th Congressional District. Many astute political observers will remember this district as the one formerly held by Mark Foley. To learn more about Hal Valeche, visit http://www.halvaleche.com/

Should You Outsource Your Marketing?

Few companies own all the marketing expertise they need, especially of the left-brain, analytic variety. Professor Gail McGovern outlines the pros and cons of turning over your marketing activities to outsiders. by Poping Lin Most companies already outsource a portion of their marketing function—advertising. But what about direct-mail management, lead management, or customer analytics? Increasingly, expertise in these and other … Read More