Those poor, wretched Jews of America. And all the other Jews around the world, for that matter. How will they manage to get through Yom Kippur when their clocks are still set on daylight savings time?
The numbers show that the level of education and knowledge we are providing to graduates of our education system has been falling steadily for decades.
A look back at the year of recession shows that the nature of the global economy has not changed.
The 2009 Netanyahu model is looking for consensus, wants to be pleasant and sociable, and does not dare to annoy a soul. His aim is to survive. His dream is to finally win the public's love.
Africa Israel had no strategy. It had only one plan of action - to buy, buy and buy again. If possible, at a good price, and if not, at a high one. The important thing was to buy.
The new and distorted approach to education says you cannot demand too much from students; anyone who has a hard time studying has 'learning disabilities.'
Stock markets' remarkable recovery around the world and the return to economic growth - albeit moderate growth - in Israel and Europe surprised many observers.
Medals for pulling the economy out of a profound crisis should go those who deserve them most: the private sector and the public.
A wise man does not step into a trap that a shrewd man knows how to get out of, but even the wisest of bank governors cannot escape from a trap he set for himself - blatant interference in the foreign currency market.
It is no coincidence the economy weathered the Second Lebanon War without a crash; private management is more efficient and better than public management.