Monthly Archives: January 2013

Where Is Israel Heading?

The 2013 General Election in Israel last week ended with a surprise. Unlike what the polls indicated prior to the election, an unexpected party arose to win the second largest amount of seats in the Knesset. The Yesh Atid Party … Continue reading

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The Clash

While all the inauguration hoopla of President Obama is going on in Washington D.C., the election of another leader will be taking place in Israel tomorrow, January 22. Of the 34 parties that are competing for their seats in the … Continue reading

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The Real Superhero

Do you have any super heroes? My six-year-old-soon-to-be-seven grandson, Wyatt, has lots of them. He has boxes full of the old heroes that I remember from my younger years, like Superman, Batman, Spiderman, and ones I am not as familiar with, like Four Arms, … Continue reading

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Learning from 2012 as we move into 2013

Are you used to saying 2013 yet? Or, are you still writing 2012? Oops! We are creatures of habit, aren’t we? I don’t know about you, but even though I know it’s 2013, I still have to remind myself that … Continue reading

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