What We Stand for

  • Reforming the tax system to encourage greater savings and increased productivity.

  • Cutting government spending through privatization of state owned companies and outsourcing public services

  • Achieving a reduction in consumer prices through the abolishment of public and private monopolies.

  • Liberalizing financial markets so that global institutions can compete with the five domestic banking groups currently controlling over 90% of banking assets.

  • Expanding school choice and freedom in curriculum design.

  • Deepening Israel's commitment to welfare-to-work reforms and a negative income tax program in order to break the cycle of poverty.