Last night Stanley Fischer flew to the International Monetary Fund conference in an optimistic mood.
As in a Greek tragedy, the end is foretold. No mortal can fight four police investigations simultaneously and emerge unscathed.
Another kind of reform must be formulated for the union leader: a higher salary in return for more frontal teaching hours, without non-teaching hours and other maneuvers.
MK Haim Oron (Meretz) takes us two years back in time and explains that the idea of a secular majority in the Knesset is a myth.
A working person who saves every agora believes that when the time comes, he or she will be able to live respectably from the earnings saved. But now it seems that nothing is sure, everything is fragile.
Anyone who left work early Sunday and went out to have some fun with the family encountered an unexpected problem: darkness in the middle of the afternoon
But because of the complex security situation, which raises the levels of risk and uncertainty, because of the enormous resources diverted to the IDF, the Shin Bet and the Mossad, we cannot manifest the real growth potential of the country.
Talking about 'poverty' is passe: Today, what the trendy bemoan is 'hunger.' Why? Because the media and the many and myriad associations that address these problems are locked in a battle over ratings, and if you do not inflame and howl, you will not get any screen time. 'Hunger' is much more attention-grabbing than mere 'poverty.'
In contrast to the story playing itself out in the media, Zelekha did not start his war with the accusations against Olmert a year and a half ago with the Leumi affair. He launched his battles immediately after starting the job four years ago.