Winds of War?

The Easter and Passover holidays have now passed. The New York Times tells us that the Biden administration is having meaningful talks with the Iranian regime over the nuclear weapons issue. And in Israel, there is still no sign of agreement on a new government coalition. The one item that I feel stands out in … More Winds of War?

After the Storm

The snow was very wet snow. It accumulated on the branches of our trees. Soon, the weight was more than they could bear. One after another, branches gave way. Some broke off completely, Others simply fractured and dropped until either the snow fell off or they hit something that could help support the load. Our … More After the Storm

Yemen – Thinking About a Different Part of the Middle East.

In the USA there has been a lot of talk about how newly inaugurated President Biden will deal with his campaign promise to rejoin a diplomatic deal to keep Iran from having nuclear weapons. I decided to throw out a few thoughts about this and see what some of you who read my blog might … More Yemen – Thinking About a Different Part of the Middle East.

Coming Soon to a Clinic in Your Neighborhood

Israel has started vaccinations against CORONA. The country is starting by inoculating Health professionals, and then proceeding to people who are at higher risk. Higher risk means those over 65 years old or with significant prior conditions that might make them more vulnerable. Old age homes are of higher priority for both residents and staff. … More Coming Soon to a Clinic in Your Neighborhood