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Jewish World Review

August 21, 2013

People are never more insecure than when they become obsessed with their fears at the expense of their dreams.   —   Norman Cousins

This man wants to be the Navy's first humanist chaplain
By David Zucchino

Before rolling your eyes, know that he claims that he's not trying to make a point or bring attention to himself

reality check
Iran says it has about 18,000 nuclear centrifuges

Newly elected Iranian president claims his country's atomic program is an inalienable right

Rise in 'academic doping' on campus
By Colleen Wright

Who it's happening to --- and why; Know the signs; Warn the kids about harmful long-term effects

The end of diseases may no longer be science fiction
By Mark Johnson

New cell technique could lead to repairs in damaged DNA

in the money
Liberal California ruling-in explosion of food stamp requests
By Evan Halper

As Goes California, So Goes the Nation?

Only in New Yawk: Artist turns $1,000 dumpster into tiny home

There's nothing trashy about Gregory Kloehn's Brooklyn pied-a-terre: a live-in dumpster that sleeps two with ease, hosts impromptu barbecue parties and sports its own sundeck

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

Creamy LINGUINE WITH ZUCCHINI, GARLIC AND CAPERS provides flavor punch as well as verdant splashes of color

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
Robert Arial
Nate Beeler
Lisa Bensont
Chip Bok
John Deering
John Deering BONUS!
Bob Englehart
Randall Enos
Walt Handelsman
Joe Heller
Jerry Holbert
Jeff Koterba
Gary McCoy
Rick McKee
Rob Rogers
Steve Sack
Steve Sack BONUS!
Bill Schorr
Dana Summers
Gary Varvel
Monte Wolverton
Adam Zyglis
Michael Ramirez
Michael Ramirez BONUS!

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Bookmark These: Avoid money mistakes when planning vacation

Ask Doctor K by Anthony L. Komaroff, M.D.: Simple steps may prevent alzheimer's sufferers from wandering

Bruce Williams on JWR: This 'loan' looks more like a gift; preventing step children from inheriting

Curt Smith: Book Stores Need To Be Preserved

Walid Phares : Ikhwan's 'Urban Jihad' Wages Terror War on Egypt’s Secular Revolution

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Nat Hentoff: Odds now growing our constitution will pulverize Obama

Argus Hamilton: The News in Zingers

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd: First-World Crises; bank robbers who inadvertently incriminate themselves during crime

Too Crazy to Ignore by Dave Ross: Send al Qeda to crime ridden cities?

Sharon Randall: Trains are dreams that run on tracks made of steel or wood or imagination

Dan K. Thomasson:: NNCAA reforms can't come too soon

Kevin Horrigan:: A guy who no longer knows how to get things done

John Stossel: Beware Warrior Cops

Kathleen Parker: Steve King's inhumane farm bill measure

Ron Hart: Government Keeps Fear Alive to Grow Its Agencies

Roger Simon: Celebrity Gropers Get Red Carpet Treatment

Jay Ambrose: Frisk constitutionally, but frisk

Dana Milbank: Whistleblowing's price: One of Obama's claims about Snowden is wrong

Michael Smerconish:: In defense of stop and frisk

Jonah Goldberg:: Run, Joe Biden run!

Wesley Pruden:: Choosing a bad side in Egypt

Paul Greenberg: The missing element: Constancy of purpose

Jack Kelly: Obama backing the wrong side in Egypt

Michelle Malkin: The RNC Chair's Horrific Open-Borders Pandering

Mallard Filmore

Dry Bones

Walter Williams: Progressives and Blacks


Kristen Chick: Christians confronting their own Kristalnacht-like attacks in Egypt

Iran says it has about 18,000 nuclear centrifuges

Colleen Wright Rise in 'academic doping' on campus

Mark Johnson : The end of diseases may no longer be science fiction

Evan Halper: Liberal California ruling-in explosion of food stamp requests

US artist turns $1,000 dumpster into tiny home

The Kosher Gourmet by Noelle Carter: This crispy French toast is to die for

Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb: Dangerous phrase, popular as it may be, contradicts everything we know about the human experience

Ben Kamisar All US nuclear reactors vulnerable to terrorism, probe finds

Christopher J. Gearon How to Find the Best Center for Assisted Living

Monte Morin: Prostate cancer tumors' aggressiveness may be inherently fixed

Geoffrey Mohan Typhoid Mary case may be cracked, a century later

Jewz in the Newz by Nate Bloom : Liev Schreiber Plays LBJ; Steve Jobs Bio-Pic; Dr. Evil's Son Gets Mean; Pressel Plays Golf for the United States

The Kosher Gourmet by Marialisa Calta: Rethinking the taco: Portobello and zucchini; beans-and-greens with goat cheese

Christa Case Bryant: Jihadis dig in as Egypt cracks down on terrorist sandbox in Sinai

Ali Watkins: Senate intelligence panel could seek to declassify documents; it just doesn't

Veronica Chufo Faith communities come up with alternative to health insurance

Melinda Wenner Moyer: Food can affect your behavior --- even when you just look at it

Juan Guarderas, M.D. Chocolate may help keep brain healthy, sharp in old age, study says

Melissa Healy : Be fruitful and . . . your kids will have healthier marriages

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington: This summer fruit crisp is a French twist on an American classic

David G. Savage: White House takes GOP side on potentially far-reaching church-state case

Hannah Allam and Adam Baron: New vision of al-Qaida rises from US Embassy closings

Dan Browning 'Informatics' helps doctors unlock medical mysteries in mounds of data

Morgan Housel: The three most important words in investing

Chocolate may help keep brain healthy, sharp in old age, study says

Mary MacVean: Yawning is how dogs show they love you

The Kosher Gourmet by Robert Rodriguez: Grilling brings out smoky sweetness in nectarines, peaches, grapes

Rabbi Berel Wein: Man's role -- and goal -- in prayer is often misunderstood

Caroline B. Glick: Proud to be the Home of the . . . Weak?

Stephen Whiteside, Ph.D. Mayo Clinic Medical Edge: Knowing what triggers anxiety not always necessary to successfully treat it

Morgan Housel: Monkeys and investing

Andrea N. Giancoli, M.P.H., R.D. : Calcium supplements can be risky

Jewz in the Newz by Nate Bloom : Logan Lerman Battles Monsters Directed by a Jewish Guy Named Thor; Portman to Co-Star In; Direct Film About Israel; Dustin Hoffman Cancer Scare and New Role; Hunky Jewish Guy in New Reality Show; More

The Kosher Gourmet by Joanne Capano: Carrot Zucchini Muffins are tasteful and tantalizing

Eytan Kobre : The trials of New York's religious judge

Hannah Allam: Broad US terror alert mystifies experts; 'It's crazy-pants,' one says

Can the moon really affect your sleep?

P.J. Skerrett, M.D.: Retirement and your health

The Kosher Gourmet by Nancy Baggett: Surprisingly seductive chilly dilly creamy cucumber vegetable soup is perfect starter or a light lunch entree

Christa Case Bryant: Israel's 10th grade anti-cyberterrorists

Debra Nussbaum: Does this outfit make me look rude?

Who owns your data when you're dead?

Kimberly Lankford: Alzheimer's care can be less devastating

Jessie Price: 5 facts about quinoa nutrition and cooking this whole grain

Scott K. Thompson, M.D.: No kid has to ever look like 'Alfalfa'

The Kosher Gourmet by Megan Gordon: Creamy Cilantro Dressing Enhances Hearty Taco Salad: Substantial enough to be lunch or dinner without turning on the stove

Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb: Material success carries theological weight?

Caroline B. Glick: True believers: Bibi, Barry, Kerry, and the inevitable destruction resulting from fanaticism wound with fantasy

Ken Dilanian: CIA's spooks are spooked

Morgan Housel: Two types of risk, two types of bubbles

Maggie Clark: Push growing for requiring racial impact statements before passing new state laws

Dan Browning: Cell transplants could provide diabetes cure

The Kosher Gourmet by Nealey Dozier: This chicken braise -- flavorful, rich, hearty -- is always in season

Ben Lynfield: Is latest round of Middle East peace negotiations just a mutual mirage?

James Rosen and Kevin Thibodeaux: In post-Obama America, small inroads with blacks would be big for GOP

Drs. Kay Judge and Maxine Barish-Wreden: Integrative Medicine: Why not all fruits, veggies pack the same punch

Jon Hilkevitch: Free app encourages delayed commuters to stick it to politicians

Akane Otani: Tax-free weekend: what to buy, where to buy it

Jewz in the Newz by Nate Bloom : Chelsea Handler's Ancestry Probed: Possible Nazi Connection; Jewish Supermodels and Hunky Jewish Actors: Let's Get a Matchmaker

The Kosher Gourmet by Diane Rossen Worthington: Try fruit gazpacho as a starter or dessert

John Rosemond: B(L)ISS: A tip parents will love --- trust me!

Warren Richey: ObamaCare contraception: Could religious exemption be headed to Supreme Court?

Sharon Palmer, R.D.: Avoiding gluten? You can still eat whole grains

Marie McCullough: Russian hackers got 160 million bank card numbers, but that wasn't worst part

Husna Haq: Obama's universal preschool proposal: Game-changer or federal overreach?

Elizabeth Barber: The search for E.T. gets serious

The Kosher Gourmet by Linda Cicero: Creamy peppercorn sauce for grilling --- both veggies and steak; a whisper of saltiness perfectly complements a wonderful sweet-sour balance of brussels sprouts and orange segments

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