sinaigaza

A novel idea for the Sinai Peninsula: give it to Jews

Did Egypt offer the Sinai to Palestinians? That was the unconfirmed rumour swirling around news outlets lately. Some Israeli politicians lauded the plan. The idea was ostensibly put ...
shekel

Heading to Israel soon? Prepare for some paper money headaches

Israelis and tourists alike will be checking certain bills twice whenever they head over to pay for things. That is all due to the rollout of the brand new banknotes, starting with ...
chai

To Starbucks and Second Cup: celebrate life with “Am Yisrael” Chai

Anyone who has been to a coffee shop in the past twenty years has seen the ubiquitous beverage called “Chai”. For the uninitiated, it is a spiced milk tea, pronounced as a single ...
MILK

Take back control of your milk

Pierre Trudeau once said that there’s no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation. Neither should the state have a say in what goes in your fridge. But that’s precisely ...
EL AL

El Al Prices Sky-Rocket in wake of Foreign Carriers backing out

Is it pure exploitation or just extremely poor timing? Either way, it is the worst of bad optics. An article came out today in nrg.co.il ‘s business section (Hebrew) pointing out ...
Levant

Insights & Influence with author and TV host Ezra Levant

Ezra Levant is a Canadian media personality, journalist and best-selling author. He is currently a columnist for the Sun chain of papers, and host of Sun News Network’s evening political ...
ENERGY

How safe are “energy drinks”?

They’re in the supermarket aisles, vending machines, grocery stores: a vast array of flavors and sizes to suit the caffeine-craved consumer. With names like Monster, Red Bull, Rockstar, ...
coffee shops

Stupidity of the Week: dumb coffee names

I just remember the start of the addiction like it was yesterday. It was two years ago. As I embarked on my journey as a university student, I began to explore the endless and addicting ...
Rita Smith

Insights & Influence with communications expert Rita Smith

One of the most recent columnists to Landmark Report, Rita Smith in this podcast discusses communication strategy, her work in the government and the wisdom of Dale Carnegie. In recent ...
facebook

Facebook at 10: What’s the future of social media?

The name Mark Zuckerberg wasn’t yet a household name on Feb. 4, 2004, when the 19-year-old computer programmer launched a web-based system to connect college students. But a ...
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