Richard Melson

November 2006

Jewish World Review

JWR Editor in Chief

Tuesday, November 7, 2006

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Tuesday, November 7, 2006


Prickly City

9 to 5

Everyday Cheapskate: One tiny village yet unspoiled — or not

The Supermarket Shopper: Getting coupons to our soldiers (NEW FEATURE!)

Mike Long: A Novel in a Month?

Jonathan Kay: Simpsons and Family Guy both do Iraq

Doug Gamble: Politics Most Foul

Paul Petersen: Why am I not surprised?

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross: National Security Implications of the 2006 Midterms

Dennis Prager: Is a gay who opposes same-sex marriage a hypocrite?

Argus Hamilton's political zingers!

Jerry Large: Art appreciation: Maybe it's not such an abstract concept

Kathryn Lopez: Feminists are ‘Ms.’ing the point

Debra J. Saunders: Endangered: True scientific debate

Michael Barone: The weekend's numbers (SMART!)

Mort Kondracke: 2006 bottom line: A ‘wave’ broken by storm walls

David Limbaugh: Dems challenging America's will to persevere

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Just plain stuck

Joe Scarborough: Team Rove will take back states the Dems were supposed to win

Wesley Pruden: ‘The people rule,’ for a day, anyway (OUCH!)

Jack Kelly: Will voters take revenge on … the media?

Rich Lowry: Against half-measures

John H. Fund: An hour-by-hour guide to tonight's results (SUPERB!)

Dick Morris: A GOP massacre: A bloody Tuesday

Cal Thomas: A trip to Guantanamo

Thomas Sowell: A new voter fraud


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