I think that buying an ordinary bass/e-bass is good because its the standard one that is available all the time. But ukuleles are just too expensive for me. I bought one cheap and found that it had a little trouble. And the other one i purchased was really good. But if i wanted it to do a gig I would’ve bought another one instead. Which is what i’ll do now. You should consider looking at the instruments that are available in the budget category. Not something cheap like this. And don’t be afraid to make a lot of compromises. It’s all about buying the most important thing: the sound and the right instruments.
Spencer Platt via Getty Images Protesters block traffic near the White House as they protest Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, in Washington, D.C., on Friday, March 17, 2017.
President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and thereby begin to undermine the prospect of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, was in fact a key step in the ongoing campaign to undermine the U.S.-Iran nuclear agreement.
After months of pressure from Trump, American foreign policy elites, right wing media, and Israel’s hard right, the U.S. government chose to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital — something that had previously been the international consensus — a move that would strengthen President Trump’s hand in negotiations with Iran and his efforts to undermine international institutions that Israel dislikes, like the U.N.
Since Trump’s announcement, much of the world has speculated about the reasons behind the decision. There have been a range of reports pointing the finger at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his political party, the Zionist Union, and some of its officials; Israeli critics have said that Netanyahu and his ministers are playing politics in an effort to gain political advantage by making political gains in a region with which they do not want to enter into an agreement.
This kind of analysis of Trump’s announcement is a convenient way to gloss over an important fact: this is a step that would undermine the nuclear agreement with Iran that Iran has been working towards, and the one that Trump announced is the best way to go.
Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital opens the door to future U.S. administration decisions on Iran policy.
The Iran nuclear agreement is a key U.S. interest. The Trump administration, though not a key player in the Iran deal