israel elections

Tech Lessons from Israeli Elections

In an analysis of how the recent Israeli election was shaped by the use of mobile media, Israeli startup notable Gilad Bechar, who helps startups Microsoft Accelerator, The Technion, Tel-Aviv University and Unit 8200, writes at that the next U.S. elections will be influenced far more by mobile media than the standard practice of shaking hands and kissing babies–a prospect that should delight Silicon Valley.

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ABC: ‘A Lot of Disappointment’ at W.H. Over Netanyahu Win

ABC News Correspondent Alexander Marquardt reported that “you can be sure there’s a lot of disappointment at the White House this morning” over the Israeli election results on Wednesday’s “Good Morning America.” “You can be sure there’s a lot of disappointment


Netanyahu on Eve of Elections: No Palestinian Terror State on My Watch

Benjamin Netanyahu, the incumbent Prime Minister of Israel, told NRG news that there is no place for a Palestinian state in the world under current conditions, given its present leadership—making his position on the “peace process” crystal-clear just hours before Israelis are set to vote for the leadership of their next government.


‘Breitbart News Sunday Ides of March Special: Israel’s Election, White House Turns on Hillary, AG Vote ‘Hangfire’

On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will be hosting a program discussing all of the most important recent news stories. Bannon will interview a number of guests and experts about the dramatic rise of the the ongoing threat of the Islamic State and global jihad, the Hillary Clinton email scandal, an important Texas conference that may impact the 2016 GOP presidential primary, and much more.


Israel’s Leftist Dreams Will End in Nightmare

I have been warning for months that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might lose the March 17 election. In November 2014, before elections were called, I noted that Netanyahu had been elected on a promise to oppose Barack Obama, and now that Obama’s lame-duck term had begun, Israeli voters might feel secure enough to look elsewhere for leadership. What they–and indeed many Americans–failed to see was how much damage Obama still intended to cause.