Bennett is very popular, and many among the right and religious Zionist community see him as a savior-type figure.
Jennings found himself unable to believe that someone so skilled as Bennett could have been killed.
I went to Tel Aviv last Thursday night to hear Bennett speak with young “internationals.”
And while five Democratic senators voted against the DREAM Act, three Republicans—Lugar, Murkowski, and Bennett—voted for it.
Bennett captures the peril of an era when heads rolled and the grit of two women seeking to survive on their own terms.
Miss Bennett started, and her colour grew a little brighter.
Bring in a basketful o' them Rome Beauties for Mr. Bennett to take home with him.
To the east, Mr. Bennett was relating to Bream the more striking of his recent symptoms.
"I was thinking that we are in the garden of Eden," said Bennett, oracularly.
Young Bennett now withdrew and started a small paper, The Globe, but it was short-lived.