Don, Noah and journalist-extraordinaire Naomi Zeveloff discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.
38 billion bucks
A $38 billion, ten-year military aid agreement has just been reached by Israel and the US. We discuss whether or not, in the long run, it makes Israel stronger – does more money really buy more security?
Ehud Barak 2.0
Mysterious billboards have started appearing in Israel, prodding former Prime Minister Ehud Barak to run again. He ruined the labor party and wrecked the Left, but is he now the best hope we’ve got?
Homogenizing Israelis for justice!
Should government economic reports slice and dice people by their ethnic identity, or should they just focus on salaries and spending? If the gears of capitalism are greased by the blood of the workers, does it matter whether those workers have Moroccan, Ethiopian or French backgrounds?
All songs by Adir L.C., mostly off his newest album Oceanside Cities:
Same Big Ring