Please, be sure to read this to the end.
I turn first today to President Trump’s State of the Union address, delivered on
How quickly things can change.
Last week, after President Trump unveiled his “Deal of the Century,” there was euphoria, both here in Israel
What I am eager to offer here is a different perspective on some of the matters confronting us. It is not my intention
The situation I address here is awash in complexities and troubling aspects.
This past Sunday, October 6, President Trump, after a phone
I have made no secret of it: the current election campaign has not exactly been an enlightening period for Israel. For many of
Please, my friends, share this absolutely as broadly as you can. People must know.
On Friday morning, Rabbi Eitan Shnerb, of Lod, went
Both here in Israel and in the US, there is so much dissension, so much hostility. My thought again and again is that
Yesterday I moved to get a posting out without delay, in order to begin to provide perspective on the election. But of course
I was not going to post again before the midterm election tomorrow, but I must.
For today I was directly exposed to some