Idan Eretz

July 24, 2017

How to Spread Liberty in a Progressive Environment

The only way in which we can achieve a sustainable level of liberty in our lifetime is by helping create a more liberty-oriented society. The political sphere is always fragile, constantly adapting […]
May 22, 2017

How the Free Market Overcomes Religious Coercion in Israel

State-religion relations are a tough issue in Israel. Israelis come from very different religious backgrounds; from totally secular atheists to hardline ultra-orthodox and everything in between; and that’s only the Jews. This […]
April 8, 2017

Europe and Israel shouldn’t intervene in Syria

Yesterday morning, the US navy launched dozens of Tomahawk missiles, targeting airbases of the Syrian regime, as a retaliation for the chemical attack that happened a few days ago in Khan Shaykhun, […]
March 18, 2017

LibertyCon Report, Day 1: Striving for Liberty for All on St. Patrick’s Day

The last 24 hours included three first times for me: My first time at LibertyCon, my first time flying to my destination alone, and my first time in Prague. One can imagine […]
March 12, 2017

Israel’s New Marijuana Bill: The Most Criminalizing Decriminalization Ever

After decades of prohibition since under British rule, the Israeli government approved the decriminalization of cannabis for recreational users. Hurray! Now hundreds of thousands of Israeli weed-smokers will no longer have to […]
January 30, 2017

The corruption allegation that could turn Israel’s politics upside down

Picture source: Flickr The corruption allegation that could turn Israel’s politics upside down   A corruption scandal broke out last week in Israel. Such allegations are usually not big news, but this […]
December 28, 2016

Israel Doesn’t Need Conscription

As the Swedish government plans to reintroduce conscription, and similar calls are heard in France and Lithuania, it’s time to look at where a long-time conscription is a harsh reality: Israel. Until […]