Why is this state different from all other states? There are no simple answers. We are still in the “fog of war” (albeit slightly less foggy than a few months ago), and we won’t get to the bottom of this for a while yet. We don’t know if the second wave has peaked. We don’t know if there won’t be further waves (here or in other states). The judicial inquiry is barely getting started. We…
Writing for Times of Israel, David discusses how USA’s presidents take riskier actions in their last couple of months in the office of their second terms. He puts this in terms of Obama and Kerry’s abstaining to vote in the UN on the Israel issue after not treating their allies right. They had tried to be on the winning side of battles in this conflicted area. He perceives this through the lens of True Goodness…
Awaiting Trump’s decision, David writes for The Times of Israel and discusses the creative solution required to keep peace between the Palestinians and Israel, where two- state solution is no longer an option. He notes that the United Arab Emirates has an interesting model that could work for the conflicted area.
Ever since Donald Trump got elected in 2016, he’s been in the global new quite regularly. David discusses Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s five stage frame work to understand and perceive the left’s grief and angst in this result. This article was published in the Times of Israel and notes both the grief of the left and how Trump had aggravated it.
David writes for The Times of Israel, about how unavoidable the 2016 USA election was for everyone, especially with social media campaigning. He argues that this is moot, since they are preaching to the converted and how Rabbis on Yom Kippur should avoid the same.He also converses about the Put Down/Raise Up dynamic through both the lens of politics and Yom Kippur.
In The Times of Israel, David discusses the Palestinian Authority’s 2016 tough municipal election where the choice was between two unfavorable candidates . He speaks of each candidate, the political climate in the conflict state and how there is a necessity for third option for the votes’ sake.
David writes for The Times Of Israel, discussing the Orlando night club shooting, the implications, political rifts and how we should process a devastating loss like this. He talks of potential causes and how it isn’t just black and white but multidimensional and involves beyond just the perspectives being shown.