Is the Palestinian Authority shutting down, mind-melding with Hamas, or what? Why does the new strongman Rabbi atop the ultra-orthodox Shas party think that all the rest of us are ignoramuses? Could it be, like the OECD claims, that Israel is “the land of low taxes”? Plus, the new album by indie demi-god Uzi Ramirez, on The Promised Podcast.
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Should the IDF rely on donations to buy soldiers basic stuff like boots and socks? Is the peace process breathing its last? Should be we outraged that CEOs make 76 times what the rest of us make?
Why do more than 900,000 Israelis go to bed hungry? Is there a “character problem” in Israeli politics? Should store shelves stock sourdough on Passover?
Will Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman’s proposal to exchange whole blocs of populations help the peace process or hurt it? How do you prevent corruption without destroying Israeli social networks? Why do Israeli parents let their kids play with fire and take candy from strangers?
Is a massive move to the center going to change Israeli politics beyond recognition? How did Ehud Barak earn $10 million in the six years after he was Prime Minister and before he was Defense Minister, and who was he beholden to? Should free newspapers be banned, as a proposed law would have it? All this and more on The Promised Podcast.
Shas leader Aryeh Dehri pledges to support Labor party head for Prime Minister: Time for the Left to pal up to the ultra Orthodox? Evangelical support for Israel is drying up: Should we lose sleep over it?
Former Ambassador to the US Michael Oren’s plans for unilateral withdrawal as a Plan B – What could possibly go wrong? This and more on the Promised Podcast!
Should Bibi say “Screw You” to the Likud, is a Knesset Committee saying “Screw You” to Haredim, and is the government saying “Screw You” to Israeli consumers?