The prime minister’s legal woes aren’t the main problem.
Build apartments, fight incitement, and take out the garbage.
Meet Moshe Lion.
A stark contrast to the left’s “intellectual wasteland.”
Solving the problems that are bringing about Israel’s second election this year.
Learning from the American conservative movement.
His stubbornness will likely lead to new elections.
The election’s results are less decisive than they seem.
The vacation-service proposal.
It failed to answer the question that was foremost in most Israelis’ minds.
It’s part of a trend away from names that once projected clear identities (Workers’ Party) and toward the politics of advertising (There Is a Future).
Not getting the joke.
Raising the electoral threshold paved the way for Otzma.