(Un)Kill(ed) Bill(s): Old People and Minorities

Every week the Knesset passes laws that affect our lives…or someone’s life. Here are the ones that were passed last week.

Amendment to Senior Citizen Law – Government Bill – The law allows people over 80 to cut to the front of the line at government offices, banks, the post office, theaters, museums, large stores and other sites.  Now that’s a law everyone can get behind. Or in front of! Am I right? In all seriousness, when I saw this law, I thought yea! That makes sense. But not a month ago I was waiting at a pharmacy and a very old woman was waiting behind me and I could have very easily given her my number and I didn’t. Thomas Hobbes proven right once again. Continue reading “(Un)Kill(ed) Bill(s): Old People and Minorities”

Thanks for Being a Friend



Thanks to everyone who took the time to read and share the posts this week. The response has been fantastic. We’ll be back on Monday with more political intrigue including Shaked V. Shoftim, an analysis as to why prices are too damn high and country power rankings! Also, don’t miss a whole new episode of the

ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT SOLVE-A-TRON. Continue reading “Thanks for Being a Friend”