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Joe Lieberman

Joseph Isadore "Joe" Lieberman (born February 24, 1942) is an American politician and former United States Senator from United States SenatorConnecticut . A former member of the Democratic Party , he was the party's nominee for Vice President in the 2000 election . Currently an independent , he remains closely associated with the party.Born in independentStamford, Connecticut , Lieberman is a graduate of Yale College and Yale CollegeYale Law School . He was elected as a "reform Democrat"... read more

Hadassah Lieberman

Hadassah Lieberman (born March 28, 1948) is the second wife of former United States Senator Joe Lieberman (ID - CT).==Life and work==She was born Hadassah Freilich in Prague, Czechoslovakia. (a past report erroneously stated she was born in a refugee camp.)! Her parents were both Holocaust survivors. Her father was Samuel Freilich, a lawyer and rabbi from Munkács, in the Carpathian Ruthenia (now Mukachevo in Ukraine). Her mother, Ella (Wieder) Freilich, had survived both Auschwitz and Dachau. Hadassah... read more

Hal Lieberman

Hal Lieberman is an American producer and former president of production for Universal Pictures.Born and raised in Bronx, New York, Lieberman has a B.A. from SUNY at Stony Brook and an M.A. from the University of Chicago.Lieberman began his career as Warren Beatty's production assistant on ''Heaven Can Wait'', and spent the next eight years as a screenwriter. Tony Ganz and Deborah Blum hired him in 1986 to oversee development for their Disney-based Blum/Ganz Productions; in 1987 he began his journey... read more

Steve Lieberman

Steve Lieberman (born 1958) (also known as the Gangsta Rabbi) (Hebrew name ליב פרץ בין אליאזר ה־בדלן ה־נזדי or Lev Ava'ran bar-Eli'ezar ha-Bad'lan ha-Naz'ari) is a Jewish-American punk rock singer, musician, composer and producer residing in Freeport, New York. Considered an outsider musician, "walking the line between insanity and ", partially attributed to his lifelong struggle with bipolar disorder, which first struck him in 1970 at the age of 11 and his six-year fight... read more

Political positions of Joe Lieberman

Here are Senator Joe Lieberman's votes and remarks on various issues.==Party identification==In January 2007, Lieberman described himself as being "genuinely an Independent," saying "I agree more often than not with Democrats on domestic policy. I agree more often than not with Republicans on foreign and defense policy." Fox News.com. January 24, 2007.===Abortion===Overall Lieberman has a pro-choice voting record, and in 2007 he received a grade of 100 from the abortion rights organization NARAL... read more

Joe Lieberman presidential campaign, 2004

The 2004 presidential campaign of Joe Lieberman, Senator of Connecticut and running mate for Al Gore in the 2000 election, began on January 13, 2003, when he announced his intention to seek the Democratic nomination as a candidate in the 2004 presidential election. Describing his Presidential hopes, Lieberman opined that his historically hawkish stance would appeal to voters. Prior to his defeat in New Hampshire, Lieberman famously declared his campaign was picking up "Joementum". CNN.com January... read more

Electoral history of Joe Lieberman

Electoral history of Joe Lieberman, senior United States Senator from Connecticut (serving since 1987, a Democrat until 2006 and Independent Democrat from 2007) and 2000 Democratic nominee for Vice President of the United States== 1980 congressional election ==Connecticut's 3rd congressional district, 1980:== U.S. Senate elections (1988-2000)==United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1988: United States Senate election in Connecticut, 1994:United States Senate election in Connecticut, 2000:==... read more

Lieberman in Love

''Lieberman in Love'' is a 1995 American short film directed by Christine Lahti. It won an Academy Award in 1996 for Best Short Subject.A short story by W. P. Kinsella, "Lieberman in Love", was the basis for the film. The Oscar win came as a surprise to the author, who, watching the award telecast from home, had no idea the film had been made and released. He had not been listed in the film's credits, and was not acknowledged by director Christine Lahti in her acceptance speech. A full-page advertisement... read more

Connecticut for Lieberman

Connecticut for Lieberman was a Connecticut political party created by twenty-five supporters of Senator Joe Lieberman. The party was created to enable Lieberman to run for re-election following his defeat in the 2006 Connecticut Democratic primary. of "Many Factors in Play as Senate Primary Nears in Connecticut", from ''Congressional Quarterly''. Retrieved on 2006-12-20. (PDF). Retrieved on 2006-12-20. In the succeeding general election, Lieberman received 49.7% of the vote, defeating Democrat... read more

Evelyn S. Lieberman

Evelyn May Simonowitz Lieberman (July 9, 1944 – December 12, 2015) was an American public affairs professional who, during the Clinton administration, became the first woman to serve as White House Deputy Chief of Staff, and was the first United States Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. From 2002-2015, Lieberman worked for the Smithsonian Institution, most recently as Senior Advisor and Assistant to the Secretary for external relations.==Life and career==Lieberman... read more

Wikipedia:Mediation Cabal/Cases/2006-08-04 Joe Lieberman

== Mediation Case: 2006-08-04 Joe Lieberman ==Please observe Wikipedia:Etiquette and Talk Page Etiquette in disputes. If you submit complaints or insults your edits are likely to be removed by the mediator, any other refactoring of the mediation case by anybody but the mediator is likely to be reverted. If you are not satisfied with the mediation procedure please submit your complaints to Wikipedia talk:Mediation Cabal.=== Request Information===Stephenzhu charges that LionO is trying to make the... read more

Wikipedia:Mediation Cabal/Cases/2006-07-02 POV on Joe Lieberman page

== Mediation Case: POV on Joe Lieberman page ==Please observe Wikipedia:Etiquette and Talk Page Etiquette in disputes. If you submit complaints or insults your edits are likely to be removed by the mediator, any other refactoring of the mediation case by anybody but the mediator is likely to be reverted. If you are not satisfied with the mediation procedure please submit your complaints to Wikipedia talk:Mediation Cabal.=== Mediator response ===The Mediation Cabal cannot issue bans. That's not what... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/List of endorsements for Joe Lieberman in the 2006 Connecticut Senate race

The result was delete. JForget 00:48, 3 August 2009 (UTC)===List of endorsements for Joe Lieberman in the 2006 Connecticut Senate race===This list was originally split off into its own article back in August 2006 when the list of endorsements was apparently unmanageably large in the main article, and editors could not agree on how to deal with the problem. Three years later, it seems pretty clear that this article ought to be deleted, as it violates WP:LC. Specifically: "The list was created... read more

Saul Lieberman

Saul Lieberman (: שאול ליברמן, May 28, 1898 – March 23, 1983), also known as Rabbi Shaul Lieberman or, among some of his students, The ''Gra"sh'' (''Gaon Rabbeinu Shaul''), was an Israeli and a of . He served as Professor of Talmud at the (JTSA) for over 40 years, and for many years was dean of the in and also president of the American Academy for Jewish Research.== Biography ==Born in , near , (now ), he studied at the of ''Malch'' and . While studying at the Slobodka yeshiva,... read more

Judith Lieberman

Judith Lieberman, (born August 14, 1904, died 1978), wife of Jewish religious scholar Saul Lieberman , daughter of Rabbi Saul LiebermanMeir Berlin ( Saul LiebermanMeir BerlinBar-Ilan ), leader of the Mizrachi . She studied at MizrachiHunter College and then at MizrachiHunter CollegeColumbia University under Professor Hates and Professor David S. Muzzey. She served from 1941 first as Hebrew principal and then as dean of Hebrew studies of MizrachiHunter CollegeColumbia UniversityShulamith... read more

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