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Jewish World Review

March 2, 2014

We discover our dreams when we sleep. We discover God's dreams when we awake.   —   Rabbi David Aaron

first person
Above Suspicion
By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb

What Moses taught me about transparency and being the ultimate public servant

past & present
Reminders of the Price of Survival
By Suzanne Fields

Evil is illuminated by contrasting virtues, of justice and the protection of the better angels of men and women of good will. Attention must be paid, and so must remembrance and reparations, as reminders of history

on law
Arizona guv's Foolish Veto
By Rich Lowry

The politics of live-and-let-live open-mindedness need scrutiny

consumer intelligence
New Tax Rules That May Affect Your 2013 Return
By Sandra Block

Changes to tax rates and breaks will affect the bottom line for many taxpayers. Discover if you’ll be paying more or less this spring

gezunt/ on health
Taking vitamins to prevent cancer or heart disease may backfire
By Karen Kaplan

If you are taking vitamin supplements to reduce your risk of heart disease or cancer, a government panel of health experts wants you to know that you're probably wasting your money. In some cases, those vitamins may actually increase your risk of cancer

Soy: The 'super-food' that wasn't
By Harvard Health Letters

An update on the soy story and its various subplots might help clear up some confusion and provide some guidance on where this standard-bearer of dietary virtue might fit into today's ideas about healthful eating

ess, ess/eat, eat!
The Kosher Gourmet
By Linda Gassenheimer

Steamboat: More fun than fondue! This Chinese meal is a perfect dinner when you're in a hurry because most of the cooking is done at the table

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

Lisa Benson
Chip Bok
John Darkow
Jake Fuller
Jerry Holbert
Taylor Jones
Mike Keefe
Rick McKee
Dana Summers
Gary Varvel
Michael Ramirez

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Wesley Pruden: A flag and 15 yards for a slur

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd:Weird Science

Argus Hamilton: The News in Zingers

Lenore Skenazy: Who got traumatized? Gramps was no kidnapping pedophile

Greg Crosby: CVS—If You're Really Serious About Health . . .

Andrew Malcolm: U.S. toddlers are slimming down; Obama White House credits itself

Mona Charen: Modern Family?

Diana West: Does it matter if the Clinton saga isn't about one man or even one president?

Dave Weinbaum: O'Reilly: Obama's a patriot!

David Limbaugh: Big Brother vs. Little Sisters

Michael Gerson: The GOP is struggling to redefine itself

Linda Chavez: Conservatives Debate Immigration Reform

Michelle Malkin: When Will America End Cash-for-Visas Racket?

Mallard Filmore

Dry Bones

Charles Krauthammer: Putin Puts Ukraine Gambit Into Motion As Obama Sleeps


Caroline B. Glick : Does Israel need a Palestinian terror state more than the PLO?

Maayan Jaffe: Frum fashionista: New magazine targets sophisticated palette of Orthodox Jewish women

Bob Frick: Master the Modern Art of Haggling

Tom Petruno 7 Stocks the Bull Market Left Behind

Lisa Abraham: How to stay warm deliciously and nutritiously

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington This ain't comfort food! Sophisticated Mac and Cheese, A One-Dish Meal Fit for Company

James Rosen: In congressionally mandated initiative Jewish, Hispanic soldiers from WWII, Korea, Vietnam to get Medal of Honor

Yochonon Donn: Ukraine's Chief Rabbi dishes on politics, citizen safety and the country's future

Timothy M. Phelps: 72 years later, France is sort of considering paying reparations for remaining Holocaust survivors in US

Carolyn Bigda 6 Promising New Funds

Maayan Jaffe: Israeli researcher may have cure for Type 1 diabetes

The Kosher Gourmet by Mario Batali, the famed chef Catch of the Caribbean, with an Italian twist

> Rabbi Hillel Goldberg: Flight of the alone to the Alone

Caroline B. Glick: Rousing America from its slumber

Mike Boehm: A family's 70-year quest to regain treasures stolen by Nazis

Hannan Adely Suit against anti-terror squad tossed

Cameron Huddleston: Should You Switch Cell-Phone Carriers?

David Templeton: New cancer immunotherapy treatment already shows promise

The Kosher Gourmet by Emma Christensen Cheesy Panade with Swiss Chard, Beans and Sausage: Not quite a soup and not quite a casserole, it's something more --- the best of both worlds

David Suissa: A mitzvah called 'shmooze'

Lawrence J. Haas: Strong US ties to Israel are the key to a lasting peace in a future 'Palestine'

Jewish 'Monuments Man' accepts medal from German hometown

Daria Soloviev Terrorists honed their anti-tourism skills targeting Israel. Now it's Egypt's turn

Amina Khan: Real glass that bends without breaking? Mollusk shell holds the key

Harvard Health Letters: Sinusitis: How to get relief without antibiotics

Sandra Block: How to Reduce Your Property Taxes

Geoffrey Mohan: Zit bacteria named for Frank Zappa

The Kosher Gourmet by Betty Rosbottom How to cheat at soup making --- no fuss techniques for beautiful and delicious results

Avi Joseph: Why I didn't become Leah Vincent

Science, religion go hand-in-hand in US

Jewish 'Monuments Man' accepts medal from German hometown

World Jewish Congress slams Hungary for Holocaust commemoration

Smart parents, dumb kids? It could have been prevented

Jane Bennett Clark: 6 Lessons for Success in Small-Claims Court

French chefs rebel against 'food porn' photos

The Kosher Gourmet by Betty Rosbottom Warm Apple and Plum Crisp with a Ginger Snap Crust is a quick yet delicious comforting classic dessert

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

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