Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gives a major speech at the Herzliya Conference on national security, but he spends a lot of time talking the economy. The U.S. Supreme Court hands down its ruling on passports and Israel. How important is it to Middle East policy? And is it a big win for John Yoo and David Addington? And just when you thought the fight over government surveillance was over, along comes Patriot Act 2.0.
Shane remember the anniversary of one of the worst war crimes in WWII-era France.
Tamara shares a gift from Yair Lapid.
Ben asks, “How many lemons could a samurai robot slice if a samurai robot sliced lemons?