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Sept. 11, 2000
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Chosen Words

With this issue, JWR introduces Chosen Words, a fortnightly newsletter culled from classic Judaic works and geared to help readers improve their levels of spirituality, personal growth, and character.

Discover the World of Jewish Music

Bris brouhaha breaks my heart, LET ME SLEEP! --- and Why can't I hold a job?
By Wendy Belzberg

Everyday problems, the wierd and the wacky, and situation you thank goodness you've never encountered.Our pundette answers questions with wisdom and wit. Have a dilemma? ... Ask Wendy.

Dear Readers

IT IS NOT OFTEN that I make a personal request of my readers. But here is an important one. And it is not for me. The High Holy Days period, one of the few times, sadly, that Jews step foot in the synagogue, is less than a month away. For too many Jews, the services seem endless and boring. JWR is aiming to give away to any Jew in North America who requests it, a SUPERB book ($15 value) that will make Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur meaningful. If you are Jewish, do me a favor and order one by clicking on the ad under our masthead. I assure you, if you take the book with you to the synagogue on the Holy Days, your devotion will be significantly enhanced.

IF YOU ARE NOT JEWISH, please tell any Jew you come in contact with about our giveaway by directing him to our cover. Assure him, if necessary, that the offer is being made by a Jewish group with JWR. PLEASE, folks, if you have e-mail "lists" of friends or are part of adult education groups or post to news groups, chat rooms, bulletin boards, etc. spread the word. And ask your friends and associates to do the same.

In sincere gratitude,
Binyamin L. Jolkovsky,
Editor in Chief,

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Ask Ann and Nan: Poem to all parents (FIRE UP THOSE PRINTERS, FOLKS!)

Dr. Peter Gott: Who was wrong? Hospital or TV news?

Bruce Williams on JWR: Must I pay for my gifted child's college tuition?

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Don Feder: On being an enemy of sex

Jonah Goldberg: Specifically, AlGore's detailed plan is meaningless

Charles Krauthammer: When Liberals Get Religion

Roger Simon: Playin' with AlGore's mind

David Limbaugh: The virtues of going negative

Kathleen Parker: Do Steinem's wedding bells sound feminist death knells?

Michelle Malkin: No cure for generational pain

Larry Elder: In search of the "Religious Left"

Mona Charen: A bouquet for Stein

Cal Thomas:: Dishing and taking

Thomas Sowell: Campus orientation (MUST READ!)

Late Night "Pundits" Recap (VIDEO)

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Mallard Fillmore: How to vote

World Editorial Cartoon Showcase: From Canada: Behind the scenes at the U. N. Summit

Mike Lukovitch: About that handshake

(Att. editorial cartoonists: Think you have what it takes to be featured on JWR? Drop us a note.)

Previously this week:

Rachel Donadio: Are Hillary and Bill two of a kind? What I've learned first-hand (IMPORTANT!)

David Limbaugh:
Is Hillary 'Good for the Jews'?

Jonathan Tobin: Unfortunate Pilgrim

Steve Lipman: Dill-y Of An Idea

Cindy Sher: Late Onset Tay-Sachs: Foundation promotes understanding of rare, elusive disease

Rabbi Avrohom Czapnik: The Candle and Hypocrisy

Rabbi Aaron Tendler: The Significance of Self

Nechemia Meyers: Israel gets food stamps ... sort of

Jewish Quality Singles

Paul Wieder: A day of rests, and notes: Jon Simon's "Shabbatjazz"

Dr. Wade F. Horn: Following "The Rule" for a Better Marriage

David Bedein: The ABCs of hatred

Toward Tradition Conference

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