The US election is less than a week away, and, as I track the news, I have a growing conviction that Donald Trump
In spite of the title of this posting being potentially ominous in tone, I begin with a brief good news item: It rained
When last I wrote about the painful electoral situation in the US, I said I would return to news about Israel very soon.
I am eager to return to a focus on Israel. In fact, I keep telling myself that that is what I’m going to
It was a mess. It was terrible. That is, the presidential debate between President Trump and former Vice President Biden, which took place
I am speaking at a national level here in Israel, not a personal level. Nevertheless, before Yom Kippur is absolutely the right time
I had thought I would not write again until after Rosh Hashanah, but feel compelled to put out this posting on the new
Rosh Hashanah begins on Friday night, and will be celebrated here from within a lockdown.
None the less, we always look to better
We here in Israel are dealing with shifting international scenarios that are a bit unsettling: For there is no certainty as to how