A surprisingly sustainable alternative to your La Croix addiction.
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An uproar over Israeli-Palestinian politics, sparkling water and Scarlett Johansson.
When fast track was defeated in the House, AIPAC was defeated in the House. I am frequently asked: How powerful is AIPAC in Washington really? My answer: Not so powerful that it cannot be beaten -- if we choose our battles correctly.
Dialogue is the only solution. For Israel, long term viability as a Jewish, democratic state in lieu a two-state solution could be demographically impossible. Two states for two peoples to express self-determination is the way forward.
There is no such thing as benevolent occupation. Occupation is bad for Israel, bad for the Palestinians, and antithetical to Israel's survival as a democracy and Jewish state.
Imagine my surprise when I found that my little machine was caught up in a swirling conflict involving the SodaStream Corporation, the international NGO Oxfam, Scarlett Johansson and Israeli-Palestinian relations.
It's okay to pressure the Israeli government to do its share in order to promote a peace accord, but it seems many have forgotten that there are two sides to this conflict, and that the welfare of the Palestinians depends on many things.
Who knew carbonating beverages could be so sexy -- or controversial? The company is at the center of a political debate because
3. SodaStream provides employment for Palestinians. While some critics have labeled Johansson naïve or accused her of simply
By claiming to support a two-state solution while helping to bolster the occupation, Scarlett Johansson is acting as a Susan Collins for the occupation, pretending to be moderate, while acting to bolster extremists.
The pillorying of this company by BDS activists only reveals the absurdity of their blind campaign, and their misguided refusal to engage in constructive dialogue regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and, at their core, rejection of Israel's Jewish existence and the two-state solution.
Inside the plant, assembly lines buzz to the mixed voices in Hebrew and Arabic of its employees - a rare example of people
A representative for Oxfam told the New York Times that the organization has not asked Johansson to abandon her relationship
We’ve raved about the eco benefits of making your own soda at home via a SodaStream before, and now we’re glad to see that
The man behind the Jambox, the UP band, and, soon, the OUYA (say it "Ooh Yah!") gaming console is changing the business of product design.