Israel’s Challenge of Mass Immigration

There are tens of millions of Median Jews in the Middle East and beyond. Israel will face an unprecedented challenge in public planning in tripling or quadrupling its population through Median Jewish mass Aliyah (immigration). Israel will not only vastly expand its existing cities but will no doubt build entirely new cities, towns and villagesContinue reading “Israel’s Challenge of Mass Immigration”

How to Revolutionize Education

There is a general principle in economic history that economic growth is propelled by ever increasing specialization. One sector where economic growth is absent is the school system which does not become more efficient and productive over time because it is based on a planned economy rather than by increasing specialization and this is trueContinue reading “How to Revolutionize Education”

Climate Crisis will be Resolved by the Private Sector

The recent failed climate summit in Glasgow illustrates that politicians will not resolve the climate crisis. Rather, renewable energy will outcompete fossil energy sources. The car industry will replace gasoline cars with electric cars. The Glasgow summit served animal-based food as if they were ignorant that the animal industry must be phased out to saveContinue reading “Climate Crisis will be Resolved by the Private Sector”