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March 14, 2000
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True peace is when people feel love for one another and are happy for each other's good fortune.   —   Ksav Sofer


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Bush and Gore will target
Jewish votes — and funds

By Sharon Samber

Jewish voters make up only a tiny percent of the American electorate, so it is unlikely that Jewish votes will make a difference in the outcome of the general presidential election. Despite the numbers, however, Jews have traditionally played a disproportionate role in American politics since they are politically and financially active.

Discover the World of Jewish Music

Say (Kosher) Cheese!
By Y. Levy

Although the U.S. is not known for its cheese consumption, Business Trend Analysis estimated 1999 U.S. cheese sales at approximately $20.6 billion, a 3.7 percent increase over 1998 sales. They expect sales to climb another 5 percent in 2000. By 2008, the experts predict, U.S. cheese sales will approach $30 billion. One kosher food industry source said that kosher cheese sales growth was more than twice that of the national average.



[ C O L U M N I S T S ]

Roger Simon: What the primaries have wrought: Seven lessons

Mort Kondracke: Can Bush, McCain Unite to Beat Gore?

Michael Barone: Over the long, long haul, the issues may yet favor the Republicans

Larry Kudlow: Reduce Debt, Derail Economy

Betsy Hart: Not child advocates, but self-advocates

Ben Wattenberg: Here Are the Answers, More or Less

Wesley Pruden: The risky business of making an apology

Marianne Jennings: The volunteerism of conscription and pomp

Kathleen Parker: Colonoscopy: Important, but bad TV

Thomas Sowell: Lessons not learned

Dr. Laura: Celebrating our differences

Mallard Fillmore: Hillary's guilt

[ L I F E S T Y L E S ]

Dr. Peter Gott: Excessive thirst could mean trouble

Consumer Reports on JWR: Squashing stains and dirt

Ask Ann and Nan: Cleaning stains on Formica



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Previously this week:

Alan M. Dershowitz: "Justice, justice thou shall pursue"?

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.: 'Even wiser than most, because you didn't think you were wise': Remembering Charles Schultz

Jonathan Tobin: Re-educating American Jewry



Rabbi Berel Wein: The hubris trap

Dr. Wade Horn: Seeing Men as "The Problem" is Worrisome Attitude

Jonathan Mark: Unorthodox Coverage

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Marvin Schick: Unholy Description of ‘Kadosh’

Benyamin Cohen: Nothing 'Sacred'

Elliot Gertel: Jack and Jill: Turning the table on stereotypes?




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