Democracy is doing just fine in the Jewish state.
The State Department, the Temple Mount, and human-rights hypocrisy.
Pre-election rhetoric doesn’t equal post-election policy.
Going hunting without an accordion.
While surrounding societies were ruled by sultans, kings, and emperors, Jews had representatives and elections.
Not to mention Judaism, and democracy.
The political crisis is real, but the hysteria is unwarranted.
The incoherence of the accusation against Netanyahu.
Netanyahu’s final service to Israel?
Even Ben-Gurion didn’t like it—but it works.
Just like the case of Leo Frank—except that Frank was convicted and lynched, and Mahmoud Qatusa was exonerated.
The Supreme Court acts independently of both law and the constitution.
How particularism can accommodate religious minorities better than aggressively secular liberalism.
The judicial establishment reaps what it sowed.