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Jewish World Review

February 17, 2014

Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character.   —   Albert Einstein

first person
Why I didn't become Leah Vincent
By Avi Joseph

A rabbi confesses his yearnings in this response to author of the latest 'formerly-religious' tell-all

applied faith
Science, religion go hand-in-hand in US

Poll of more than 10,000 shatters conventional belief

past & present
Jewish 'Monuments Man' accepts medal from German hometown

Harry Ettlinger is last surviving member of group

World Jewish Congress slams Hungary for Holocaust commemoration

Accuses Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government of trying to "falsify" history

sound the alarms!
Smart parents, dumb kids? It could have been prevented

New report disputed, but scary nonetheless

consumer intelligence
6 Lessons for Success in Small-Claims Court
By Jane Bennett Clark

Watching enough episodes of the People's Court may help. But mastering these strategies will likely get you further.

Save for future reference

French chefs rebel against 'food porn' photos

How do you say 'OY VEY!' in franšais?

ess, ess/eat, eat!
The Kosher Gourmet
By Betty Rosbottom

Warm Apple and Plum Crisp with a Ginger Snap Crust is a quick yet delicious comforting classic dessert

4 books

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

Eric Allie
Chip Bok
John Deering
John Deering BONUS!
John Cole
David Fitzsimmons
Jerry Holbert
Steve Kelley
Jimmy Margulies
Rick McKee
Rick McKee BONUS!
Steve Sack
Gary Varvel
Michael Ramirez
Michael Ramirez BONUS!

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Bookmark These: Your rights as a utility customer

Ask Doctor K by Anthony L. Komaroff, M.D.: You can find your way out of 'almost depression'

Bruce Williams on JWR: Avoid paying a penalty to get out of an annuity; more

Lloyd M. Green: Obamacare punishes the Middle Class --- as was intended

Neil Steinberg: Marshmallow experiment an ingredient in group success

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Andrew Malcolm: Obama's clever campaign to constrict the flow of criticism

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd: Ironies

Argus Hamilton: The News in Zingers

Reg Henry: Weather generates a torrent of talk

Mitch Albom: Marcus Smart wasn't smart, but fan was worse

Diane Dimond: The Dick Tracy of Wichita

John Kass: The future is now: A sci-fi geezer's lament

Debra J. Saunders: Calls on Airliners Are Annoying, but Must We Legislate Them?

Christine M. Flowers: Sharing our pain, anger and honesty: A response to my critics

Suzanne Fields: First Ladies and Second Gentlemen Make Estranged Bedfellows

Jeff Jacoby: The man who didn't want to be president

Paul Greenberg: They call it Darby Day

Bernard Goldberg: And the Biggest Idiot in Iraq Is . . .

Star Parker: Cruz's brick throwing was an act of patriotism

Dana Milbank: High cost of an ego trip

Jack Kelly: Spinning the CBO: The latest analysis further discredits Obamacare

Bruce Bialosky: Thank You President Obama for Freeing Me

David M. Shribman: Van Buren or Muskie? Hillary looks strong for 2016, but many obstacles remain

Mallard Filmore

Dry Bones

Kathleen Parker: The poetry of bad news around Obamacare


Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald: That 'vengeful Old Testament god'

Jonah Goldberg: The Search in Sochi: Hannah Arendt where are you?

Meghan Daum Woody Allen's maturity problem, Or: Confessions of a former wannabe sophisticate

John Ericson: Prescription for Dyslexics: Play an hour of 'Flappy Bird' and call doc in the morning

Carolyn Bigda: 5 Lessons From This Bull Market

Cameron Huddleston: Best and Worst Buys of February 2014

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington A twist on a French Classic: Cheese Souffle (pareve) with Chicken and Spinach is an elegant, substantial main and yet airy, fluffy and delicious

Andrew Silow-Carroll : Foodie-ism, meet Judaism

James Rosen: Is the US powerless to stop the spread of al-Qaida?

Michael Ollove The rise of medical identity theft

Anne Kates Smith: 5 Stocks to Cash In on Innovation

Susannah Snider: Fast Fixes for 10 Common Money Mishaps

Howard LeWine, M.D. : Ask the Harvard Experts: Huge and healthy is real?

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington THE PERFECT MUFFIN? Not too sweet, filled with all sorts of seeds, peppered with dried cherries and covered with lightly sweet streusel topping

Kathleen Parker: Obama's blind spot on religious liberty

Richard Simon: The search for the lost Nazi diary

Carol Rosenberg Gitmo Inc.: Accused jihadis have a business plan

Nellie S. Huang: 7 Clues for Investors to Look for Within Annual Reports

Lisa Gerstner: Master the art of kvetching and there's a good chance you'll get what you want

Sharon Palmer, R.D. : Beyond the antioxidant buzz: Plant foods boost our health in multiple ways

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington Ribollita, a hearty main course Tuscany soup -- both famous and flavorful -- is the ultimate comfort food

Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb: Kerry continues to extort Israel because Jews -- American and Israeli -- allow him to

Caroline B. Glick: World in peril: Obama's self-fulfilling nuclear policy inching ever closer

Cameron Huddleston Protect Your PC After Windows XP Support Ends in April

Carolyn Bigda: 5 Stock Picks for Romantics

John Ericson: Going deaf? Spend Some Time In The Dark

Jewz in the Newz by Nate Bloom :Winter olympics----Jewish athletes; Portman's husband and Monuments Men

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington Fish In Pine Nut Sauce: A Spanish Tapa for Dinner Caroline B. Glick: Kerry continues to extort Israel because Jews -- American and Israeli -- allow him to

Joel Greenberg: In Enemy Hands: Israel extends compassion to treat hundreds of wounded Syrians

Ken Dilanian How 'hero' Snowden's leaks have made the Internet more dangerous

Cameron Huddleston: What to Buy at Drugstores

Kimberly Lankford: Better Alternatives to President Obama's MyRA Plan

John Ericson: Winter olympics----Jewish athletes; Portman's husband and Monuments Men

Harvard Health Letters: 10 myths about heart disease

The Kosher Gourmet by Nealey Dozier Silky, creamy perfection: Beer cheese soup is cold weather favorite

Ana Veciana-Suarez: Woman tracks her hidden Jewish roots through 22 generations after grandmother's warning

Jeff Stein: CIA Helped Saudis in Secret Chinese Missile Deal

Jeff Jacoby 'Leading from behind' to a new world disorder

Meghan Daum: Covering (up) Lena Dunham

Stacy Rapacon: 10 Surprising Things to Buy in Bulk

Cameron Huddleston: What to Ask Before Buying an Annuity

Harvard Health Letters: What to do before turning to medication

The Kosher Gourmet by Emma Christensen How to Make Salads You Can't Stop Craving (Includes techniques; 2 recipes!)

Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski: What 'doctors' of the soul grasp far better than most mental health professionals

Caroline B. Glick: Scaring the Jewish state straight

Food in the sky? Highrise farming idea gains ground

The Kosher Gourmet by Faith Durand AFFOGATO with a different kind of warmth

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Wealth Management 101

Alina Dain Sharon: Pentagon's loosened restrictions still violating religious apparel statute

Corey Mitchell Battle over data privacy moves to the dashboard

Cameron Huddleston: What Not to Buy at Drugstores

Kiplinger's Personal Finance Editors : Insider Tips: How Investors Can Prosper in 2014

Gretel H. Schueller: Turn back time by avoiding these foods that age your skin

The Kosher Gourmet by Sharon Thompson No need to knead this loaf: When you make batter bread, you get a delicious-tasting loaf in half the time (5 recipes!)

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