Jewish World Review
Sunday March 29, 2015


Humility is no substitute for a good personality.
— Fran Lebowitz


Outlook
Living the commanded life . . .
By Rabbi Berel Wein

as a means to fulfilling our ultimate life's purpose

PITHY YET PROFOUND!



Controversy!
Can Jewish Americans support both Dems and Israel?
By Jonah Goldberg

An Iowa Republican has asked a hard question that more are willing to shout about than answer



Reality Check
Managing Obama's war against Israel
By Caroline B. Glick

The American president had two goals. Over the past six years we have seen how he's consistently, but gradually, taken steps to advance them



Outrageous!
Barack Obama's love-bomb offensive
By Wesley Pruden

The president loves Israel, but in his way. It's tough love to bring the Jews to heel



Video
Jewish A Capella Group Releases Passover Parody of 'Uptown Funk'
By Stav Ziv

After so many serious articles above -- and before more below -- stop for a moment and just enjoy yourself.

This 5-minute video is GREAT . . . and you don't have to be Jewish to enjoy it!






Keep Your Job!
33 Ways to Boost Your Career When You're Bored at Work
By Anne Executive

Here's a roundup of things you can do in the office or during off-hours to up your professional game even when your current job isn't exactly doing it for you



Retire Smart
3 Ways to Guarantee Retirement Income for Life
By Kimberly Lankford

Insurers are rolling out a variety of annuities that they contend address baby boomers' desire for flexibility and choice



Consumer Intelligence
Biggest Shopping Mistakes at the Supermarket
By Cameron Huddleston

If you're guilty of any or all of these supermarket blunders, you can save big by mending your ways



Gezunt/On Health
Ask the Harvard Experts: Treating depression without meds
By Howard LeWine, M.D.

Q: I'm prone to relapses of depression. My doctor suggests that I stay on antidepressant medication indefinitely. Can you suggest any alternatives to drugs?



Nutrition
The MIND Diet Protects Against Alzheimer's (Even If You Sometimes Cheat)
By Susan Scutti

A new diet can help you avoid what for many people is the most dreaded diagnosis of all: Alzheimer's. Called the MIND diet, it lowered the risk of Alzheimer's by more than half -- 53 percent -- among the study participants who stuck to it faithfully. However, the really wonderful news is that it also benefited those who love rich foods and (occasionally) cheated.

Moderate MIND dieters who did their best achieved a 35 percent lowered risk of developing dementia.




Weird Science
How Can Your Name Change Your Behavior?
By Lizette Borreli

The name bestowed on us at birth is more than just an identification; it can predetermine our future path




Ess, Ess/ Eat, Eat!
The Kosher Gourmet
By Faith Durand

Cheese? In a cookie? Oh yes! APPLE GOUDA OATMEAL COOKIES are sweet and savory in one snack


4 books


[ W O R T H  1 0 0 0  W O R D S  ]

Archie
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




Robert Arial

Lisa Benson

Matt Davies

Bob Gorrell

Walt Handelsman

Steve Kelley

Taylor Jones

Luojie

Jimmy Margulies

Rick McKee

Rob Rogers

Scott Stantis

Dana Summers

Michael Ramirez

Monica Crowley: Was a CIA disinformation expert part of a rogue intelligence operation?

Julia Gorin: March of Crimes




[ I N S I G H T ]

Paul Greenberg: Guernica all over again (STELLAR)

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd: Recurring Themes

Argus Hamilton: The News in Zingers

Greg Crosby: Cultural Disintegration: A pop quiz on pop cultcha

Rich Lowry: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a hero for our time

Jeff Jacoby: The House of Tudor didn't get the last word

Michael Reagan: Republicans Versus Republicans

Donald Lambro: Hillary's advantage

Pro-Clinton group warns female NYT reporter of 'coded sexism' against Hillary

Suzanne Fields: Hillary and Monica, together again in 'shame and survival'

David Ignatius: Shinzo Abe's optimistic vision: Japan's prime minister has worthy goals

David Limbaugh: Cruzing Toward the Resurrection of Mainstream Conservatism

Mona Charen: Death to America

Dave Weinbaum: How to deal with a bully

Charles Krauthammer: The GOP racing form: First edition

Mallard Filmore

Dry Bones




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