Changing rhetoric about checks, balances, and judicial reform.
“No person or body stands above the law.”
The judiciary evaluates judicial reform.
U.S. politicians are wrong to condemn recent legislation.
A state that places the individual front and center.
Question of values are distinct from questions of law.
Why the international obsession with the country’s judicial reforms?
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.