The prime minister has let others lead the way in his new government, but now it's time for him to drive.
A culture war is being fought over integrating young Haredim into Israeli society, but nothing has been done for Israel’s Arabs.
The world renowned hospital is controlled by the women’s organization, but runs as poorly as a government institution.
Hadassah’s management reaches agreement with union leaders.
Israelis are used to nationalized health care. But what if the doctor's not in?
The Israeli public is being relied upon to keep Hadassah alive. Given that, why isn't the medical organization under government oversight?
Special compensation for West Bank settlements has only become a big deal now that MK Stav Shaffir is asking questions.
Global experience teaches that the best corporate fertilizer is a combination of tax breaks and government grants.
Years ago Israel's High Court asked the state to revise its arbitrary,skewed policy of granting tax breaks to outlying locales, but maybe it's better to do away with these benefits altogether?
Those at the top of the income ladder don't pay much higher rate than ordinary Israelis.