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Is it time to pity DeSantis?

Ron DeSantis seems to be fading under the technicolor lunacy of Donald Trump. That’s a hard act to compete with, especially when the Florida governor’s act is a watercolor version. The assault on his state’s biggest private taxpayer and employer, meanwhile, is incomprehensive. The Walt ...

For Trump: Character matters

Leaving aside all the sometimes legitimate and sometimes illegitimate responses from defenders of former President Donald Trump following his indictment by a New York grand jury, there is something that would have made all the difference for the 45th president had he focused on it as his top ...

Equal justice, even for Donald Trump and other suspects

Yusef Salaam, whom you may remember as one of the exonerated Central Park Five, had only one word to tweet to those who wanted to know his feelings about the indictment of Donald Trump: “Karma,” he offered. Karma? I’ve heard about it. Drawn from concepts of rebirth in Indian ...

Dr. Shahar Madjar: Is competition a choice?

In my last article I told you about two successful falafel shops in Haifa, Israel, which I saw as a good example for competitive co-existence. Competition, however, doesn’t always result in a fruitful co-existence. We learn from watching sports, from listening to the news, and from our own ...

To Your Good Health: Treatment of chronic pain challenging

When was the last time you experienced pain? For some, it was the last time they stood up, and others (likely younger), it may have been some time. The sensation of pain is a complex phenomenon, involving many specific processes and numerous individual structures. Naturally, several kinds of ...