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media figures such as tom friedman, nick kristof, roger cohen and andrew sullivan now write openly and at times very critically about israeli policy, about america's support for the policy, and the lobby's role in promoting it. even jeff goldberg has written a couple of pieces that sound a bit like us, although i doubt he would admit it. articles about american middle east policy more generally increasingly mention aipac's influence. it's just no longer a big secret or stuck in the background. jon stewart, if you watch comedy central at all, jon stewart has done a number of segments making fun of aipac as well. books, transforming america's israel lobby, recent genesis have followed her footsteps document the role the lobby plays in driving u.s. policy. other people like m.j. rosenberg have emerged as articulate and knowledgeable critics, writers like max blumenthal which published critical accounts of antidemocratic trends in israel itself. websites like mondo weiss, muzzle watch from electronic and others now provide alternative perspective. and groups like j street, jewish was for p
nick tiller is here in a cnbc exclusive along with our very own kate kelly. nick, great to have you here. take it away. >> thank you, scott. nick, i wanted to jump right into a commodities and sort of geo plolitics question. you were telling me that geopolitics are making you more worried about petroleum and the shocks in the supply of fuel around the world and here for the first time in a while. tell me why. >> yes. the oil market right now is probably as dicey as i've seen it in my career. the geopolitical situation going on right now not even just russia and the ukraine, but when you look at libya, it's in chaos. iraq, they've increased production but it's by no mean stable. venezuela is a mess. there's a lot of reason to be worried about the supply disrups. >> you left the sac five months ago to focus on your charity, sustainable america. you're looking at food and fuel. what can people do and what is your organization trying to further on the fuel side? >> i did. i founded sustainable america as a charity that's devoted to both the food and the fuel mark
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