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Jewish World Review

February 3, 2014


Let righteous men do their good deeds with the same zeal that evil men do bad ones.   —   The Belzer Rebbe



past & present
Woman tracks her hidden Jewish roots through 22 generations after grandmother's warning
By Ana Veciana-Suarez

Unexplained family rituals and strange bequest jumpstarted search for answers

Includes 12-minute video



spy talk
CIA Helped Saudis in Secret Chinese Missile Deal
By Jeff Stein

As the West and Iran have moved closer to a nuclear accommodation, signs are emerging that Saudi Arabia is ready to give the world a peek at a new missile strike force of its own --- which has been upgraded with Washington's careful connivance








peace is not the question
'Leading from behind' to a new world disorder
By Jeff Jacoby

A more modest and deferential America has become a less respected America. Power, too, abhors a vacuum



on media
Covering (up) Lena Dunham
By Meghan Daum

Are "regular looking" models valuable?






consumer intelligence
10 Surprising Things to Buy in Bulk
By Stacy Rapacon

We've unearthed ten lesser-known buy-in-bulk values that won't even demand an unreasonable amount of storage space



in the money
What to Ask Before Buying an Annuity
By Cameron Huddleston

If more people understood these confusing products, fewer probably would be sold. Find out what you need to know



gezunt/ on health
Better sleep without pills
By Harvard Health Letters

What to do before turning to medication




ess, ess/eat, eat!
The Kosher Gourmet
By Emma Christensen

How to Make Salads You Can't Stop Craving (Includes techniques; 2 recipes!)



4 books


[ W O R T H  1 0 0 0  W O R D S  ]

Archie
Dilbert
Ripleys Believe It Or Not!
Andy Capp
Bliss
The Born Loser
Frank & Ernest
The Grizzwells
Herman
Moderately Confused
One Big Happy
Prickly City
Shoe
The Wizard of Id



Baloo
Robert Arial
Nate Beeler
Chip Bok
Chip Bok BONUS!
John Darkow
John Deering
John Deering BONUS!
Bob Englehart
Bob Gorrell
Jerry Holbert
Steve Kelley
Jimmy Margulies
Jimmy Margulies BONUS!
RJ Matson
Gary McCoy
Rick McKee
Steve Sack
Bill Schorr
Kevin Siers
Kevin Siers
Michael Ramirez
Michael RamirezBONUS!

(Attention working columnists and editorial cartoonists: Think you have what it takes to be featured on JWR? Drop us a note by clicking here. Readers, please make suggestions, as well.)

[ L I F E S T Y L E S ]

Living Smart by Angie Hicks: Take this consumer quiz: How do you rate?

Ask Doctor K by Anthony L. Komaroff, M.D.: Most eye 'floaters' are a harmless nuisance

Consumer Reports® on JWR: What you need to know about prepaid cards

Cory Franklin: The Easiest Person To Fool Is Yourself

Marilyn Penn: Beware of Virtucrats


[ I N S I G H T ]

Diane Dimond: Who is Killing Whom in America?

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd: Great, Ahem, Art!

Argus Hamilton: The News in Zingers

Susan Reimer: Checked out

Kathleen Parker: The hard knocks of pro football

A. Barton Hinkle: Eat your Frankenfood!

Bernard Goldberg: Mr. Obama's Handy Bogeymen

Bruce Bialosky: Women Need To Have Equality

Jack Kelly: The state of Obama: It's not good as the president recycles small-ball proposals

Andrew Malcolm: Obama's latest crop of ambassadors, clueless like the boss

David M. Shribman: The audacity of hopelessness

Star Parker: Washington's latest scam

Robert Robb: Obama Dons 'I'm a Lame Duck' Sign

Mallard Filmore

Dry Bones

George Will: This progressive battle could be the highlight of 2014




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