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    1. Washington Post Weekly-National Edition
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    Asin: B00005N7WO
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Washington Post Weekly
    Sales Rank: 353
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Perfect Choice For The Time-Challenged
    Some time ago it occurred to me that I simply don't have the time to read an entire newspaper every day; and I was really sick and tired of all the newsprint blackening my fingers, clothes, dog, furniture and wife. Furthermore, my circumstances allow me to see a lot of what passes for news on CNN and Fox each day anyway. Now that I've lived with this subscription for the better part of a year, I can say in all honesty that I'm tremendously impressed and happy with it. I can almost always find a fascinating article to read of some kind, never quite finish all of it anyway, and have found my overall knowledge of important issues and events growing and being enriched by the fine journalists of the Washington Post. I also find many unusual and quirky topics to pique my interest within each issue, as well as provocative editorials and excellent book reviews. And finally, I have made it a point to assimilate the beltway's unique jargon and lexicon which adorn the pages, and have grown in this sense by leaps and bounds over the course of my readings. Gets my highest recommendation!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent weekly -- don't compare it to dailies
    Readers who seek a daily newspaper will be disappointed with the Washington Post Weekly Edition. Readers who are seeking a weekly news journal with great journalism and analysis will like it. It is much better for political journalism than Time, Newsweek, etc. I consider the content to have many of the same stellar qualities as the Christian Science Monitor (a small daily newspaper, but since it comes through the US Postal Service, you get it late, which is a significant disadvantage): really good analysis and really good writing, covering both the mainstream topics that lead the daily newspaper stories as well as good feature articles. It also has the same fine coverage of Washington politics found in the WP daily newspaper. (Not surprising, of course, but worth a mention.)

    The WP Weekly contains some articles that are digested from the daily Washington Post. Some of its content is unique to the WP Weekly. The result is a nice mix. Absent are what we used to call "death toll" articles when I did high school forensics -- the stories that give you an update, but do not focus on analysis. For some who seek daily news, this is a disadvantage. If you are looking for a good weekly overview, however, with high quality, at a reasonable price, I highly recommend the WP Weekly. It is a tremendous step up from the most weekly news magazines in the U.S.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent analysis
    I read this religiously. It puts other celebrity-centered newsweeklies like Newsweek and Time to shame. In depth articles of events and good feature stories.

    3-0 out of 5 stars The Worst
    Unless you are running for political office, why would you read this rag. Totally washington-centric, with a token smattering of national and international news. The New York Times is much better, as, for that matter, is USA Today.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional writing from the Capitol
    This weekly edition is perfect for those of us that don't want to shell out the several hundreds of dollars a year it would cost to get the daily print edition (those of us in Arizona). I subscribe to the daily internet version and this one, which gives you a good wrap-up of the prior week with the best of the best. Some people have complained about the time factor with when you receive it. To those people, I would like to introduce you to the internet. Strange as it may seem, you can access news that you need right away. Anyways, this is a great WRAP-UP of the previous week (something to remember) and is highly recommended to all that are considering subscriptions. ... Read more


    2. Jerusalem Post
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    Asin: B00005N7V4
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Pro Circ
    Sales Rank: 1329
    Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Accurate and Entertaining
    The Jerusalem Post is the only major English-language newspaper published daily in Israel. In recent years the Hebrew-language Haaretz has started publishing a small English edition, too, and both the Jerusalem Post and Haaretz in English are now available abroad, either weekly or (if you can find it) daily.

    The Jerusalem Post was sold to new owners about ten years ago, and became at that time slightly more sensationalist in its content and more conservative in its outlook (though it remains a serious newspaper, and often publishes pieces by left-wing and Arab writers). These changes led some readers to switch to Haaretz, and prompting some Post writers to break away and found the left-of-center English-language magazine "Jerusalem Report".

    I generally prefer the Jerusalem Post to these alternatives, though, as it is a professional, respected newspaper with a lot of human-interest, entertaining pieces (such as cooking and advice columns which give an interesting insight into "ordinary" Israeli life). Its North America edition, particularly, is geared to the interests and needs of Americans and Canadians, with extensive coverage of the US and Canada, and lots of pieces about Jewish and Christian communities in Israel and abroad.

    If you're a scholar working on the Middle East, you'd do best to read all English-language news sources. (Or better yet, learn Hebrew!) But if you're looking for a good weekly newspaper that will educate you about Israeli politics and events as it entertains you with interesting features, then the Jerusalem Post is for you....

    5-0 out of 5 stars Smart, deep, profound and truthful
    This is very best example of truthful journalism. The Journalism that does not affected to by oil dollars, not medieval mentality. If someone does not like the truth that's Ok. Truth sometimes may became really harsh and unpleasant. It is really interesting reading for educated and contemporary thinking individual.
    Highly recommended.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Shamefully biased
    Terriblely biased. Look at euro newspapers for a more balanced (or at least factual) coverage.

    1-0 out of 5 stars it's unfortunate propaganda
    This is an interesting read when you keep in mind it's political agenda, that is, it obviously supports Israel's aggressive military occupation of Palestine and violation of numerous laws and treaties. But it is certainly not accurate in reporting the facts. I recommend reading European newspapers for more accurate coverage of the crises in the Middle East, especially with regards to Israel. American (and Israeli) publications seem to portray Israel as an American ally and an innocent victim of terrorism. But that's simply not the case. They are guilty of extraordinary crimes that rarely get much attention or consideration in the US. Just look at how the UN regards the actions of Israel.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Truth
    This is, hands down, the finest publication covering Israel and the Middle East today. Always thought-provoking and intriguing, it tells the true story of life in Israel, and the lives of average Israelis coping with unprecedented terrorism and militant Islamic fanaticism. Proves once again why Israel is the strongest ally of the United States and, as most Americans see, Israel is on the frontlines of the war on international Islamic terror every day. Bravo to the staff of Jerusalem Post for telling the truth. ... Read more


    3. The Wall Street Journal
    list price: $254.00
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    Asin: B00005R8BI
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Dow Jones & Company
    Sales Rank: 553
    Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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    Few newspapers enjoy the prestige and authority of The Wall Street Journal. Its distinctive six-column format delivers news from around the world along with comprehensive business and market coverage that make it a must-read for corporate America. But the Journal covers more than just business--column four on the front page features intelligent and eclectic stories that are among the most widely read in America; Friday's "Weekend Section" takes on film, leisure, wine, music, and sports; and its probusiness editorial page will make any capitalist's heart glow. The Wall Street Journal is an ideal gift for students, corporate types, and anyone wanting to listen in on the national dialogue. --Harry Edwards ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Pricey, but high in quality.
    While it won't make you smarter or guide you down the path to success (no matter what the television ads may say), The Wall Street Journal is a periodical that is indeed worth the paper it is printed on.

    The articles are well written, and are all but guaranteed to contain the relevant information of the business world and beyond. If the Nation is talking about it over breakfast each morning, and the news networks are making use of their valuable "air time" to cover the story, then you can bet that the Journal is covering it too, and usually from a much deeper angle. When important news hits the airwaves today, it is prudent to check the journal for the "real story" tomorrow.

    What may surprise most of you who are new to the journal is the range of topics found throughout the paper, as it isn't just a daily tally of the world of stocks. From entertainment to computing, it's all there (after all, business encompasses quite a bit).

    If there is one drawback to the Wall Street Journal, it has to be the price point. Compared to most papers, the journal isn't cheap by any means. Overlook this though, and you'll not only catch up on some excellent reading, the boss might see you looking at it and become "inspired" by your intellect and give you a promotion and an office with a window.

    "alankelly"

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Paper to Start the Day
    You could read the New York Times, the Washington Post, or USA Today, and get a reasonable feel for what's happening in the country. But if you want the best insight into finance, business, and the world economy, the Wall Street Journal is the way to start the day. Its news pages are clean, concise, and cover business news that other major papers catch the next day.

    But it's more than a finance paper -- there are frequently personal stories of life in America, both on Column 4 of the front page, the front of the Marketplace section, and in Friday's Weekend Journal.

    My only gripe is with the paper's extremely conservative editorial page, but it's interesting and provocative nonetheless.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Newspaper is great, Synpase Services is not!
    I found that the newspaper was exactly what my previous revieweres had described, a journal of world events which have a potential impact on the Wall Street stocks, bonds and funds. Don't expect a complete news coverage but coverage of events relevant to the business world. All in all I am very happy with the quality of reporting.

    What I am not happy with is the service provided by Synapse Services. Their local contractor in the South Bay Area, California did not deliver the journal on July 2nd and July 6th, 2004. When I called to ask about this, Synpase was not able to provide me with any useful information, and was not able to tell me if the newspaper was not delivered or was stolen instead. They did not make any effort to get to the bottom of the issue but instead advised me to wait for another day to see if service resumes.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Newspaper in the US
    Every newspaper has a political orientation of some sort, and the WSJ is no exception; what differentiates the WSJ from every other mahjor newspaper in America is that it has a wall between News and Editorial sections. There's probably no other paper in the world whose news reporting is as free of politics, and that's part of what makes it such a great source of unbiased news and information.

    The Op-Ed pages are also a treasure, particularly if you do subscribe to the Journal's libertarian-Republican point of view. And even if you don't it's always worth learning what the other side says. Leftists are well represented in the person of Al Hunt, whose weekly commentary keeps the reader abreast of what's current in Democratic circles. Writers from all sides are regularly represented in guest columns, too; last week's paper had an essay by Lech Walesa on the role Ronald Reagan played in supporting Solidarity and the Pope in the early days of their struggle againt the Polish government.

    I've begun almost every weekday of the past twenty years with a cup of coffee and my copy of the WSJ. I can't imagine changing.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Magazine in America
    Yes, technically the WSJ is a newspaper but frankly, it's really the best magazine in America right now.

    For those who think it's just an expanded version of your home town paper's business section - you are missing out on quite a lot.

    There are hundreds of magazines in America that don't cover as much ground in a monthly issue as the WSJ covers in a day EVERYDAY.

    Obviously, there is lot of business news that everyone who is a manager at any level should be reading - but more importantly, it's information that is personalized. It's not just business news but how it affects your life or the lives of your neighbors. And perhaps, surprising to many - it is the most objective coverage out there. They are not "on" any side, they cover it all fairly and get both sides (or more sides) to every issue. They are not afraid to cover controversial topics such as out-sourcing or sweatshops. They cover it all in great detail and with knowledgeable perspective from all sides. They don't pull any punches and risk alienating advertisers on many features. They were early and covered corporate transgressions honestly and thoroughly - people might think of them as Wall Street's home town paper but they put journalism and their readers first.

    But beyond the first "news/business news" section, it only gets better. Their features on marketing, travel, personal finanace, et al simply cannot be beat. Walter Mossberg is amazing. No one else who writes technology has the courage to actually use new technology as a "normal" person would and then tell us as it really is - if it's great, if it's useful or crap. He pulls no punches and sees right through the hype and the PR. Great stuff.

    Even their sports and movies coverage is on target and fun - maybe the last place you'd expect to find such personality. They also have running feature where they do testing on everything from foods to tires to vacations. Each test and review is the equivilient of CONSUMER REPORTS - honest and detailed.

    The WSJ packs more into each issue each day than 99% of the magazines in America do each month. It is news, entertainment, and fun knowledge EVERYDAY.

    As for the so called conservative viewpoint - the editorial is one thin page in a 150-page coverage of news, business & life. Personally, I barely notice that page just as I notice there's a page on mansions for sale - neither interest me but then again, there are only about 300 other interesting features to get to first.

    Quite simply, you are dumber without reading the WSJ everyday.*

    *(okay, it's not published on financial holidays and weekends :-) ... Read more


    4. The New York Observer
    list price: $49.00
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    Asin: B00005NIP2
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: The New York Observer
    Sales Rank: 2697
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    From Amazon.com

    With its cheekily grandiose old-style newspaper layout, giant Drew Friedman caricatures, hilarious wedding-cake-tiered headlines, and, of course, its salmon-pink pages, the New York Observer--"New York's Weekly Newspaper"--wears its smirky knowingness on its sleeve. The table of contents carries the bylines of some of the grand old men of New York cultural commentary--Andrew Sarris, Rex Reed, Hilton Kramer--but the Observer's real spirit is in the dishy, you-are-listening-in-on-the-cell-phone coverage of the city's (or at least the borough of Manhattan's) most naked obsessions: real estate, publishing, Wall Street, local politics, and social and financial excess. There you'll find the dogged publicists, the embittered former managing editors, the howling apartment brokers, and the bored teen socialites who make schadenfreude such an exquisite urban pleasure. At its best, the Observer lingers long and unobtrusively enough at the photo shoots and the tiny tables covered with empty martini glasses to make you feel that you are indeed hearing the talk of the town. --Tom Nissley ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars It's almost like being there...
    For those of us who miss being in the center of the universe, reading the Observer is almost like being there. In its pink pages I can read stories about New York's political, arts, society, finance, sex and gossip scene. I can smell the inside of a taxi from my house overlooking the lake in Vermont.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Insider's Guide to NYC
    If I had to pick one newspaper that captured the drama of NYC it would be the New York Observer. Unlike any newspaper (the New York Times, the Village Voice) or magazine (New York, Time Out NY) the Observer is always on the inside track when it comes to politics, business, theater, fashion, culture, publishing, the arts, real estate and society. This well designed (and illustrated) publication which is printed on a pale orange newsprint will become a welcomed guest to your weekly reading.

    If your looking for dry objective facts then this is the wrong publication, however it's personality that makes New York City what it is and the Observer is like having a team of best friends write you a weekly cheat sheet. What's nice is that while the Observer can focus on high society and culture but it never takes itself too seriously and has quite a bit of good humor. There is a high attention to detail so even an article on a community board meeting or a real estate listing can become interesting. ... Read more


    5. Weekly World News
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    Asin: B00005Y2B3
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: American Media Inc
    Sales Rank: 787
    Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Tabloid!
    This is definitely one of the best publications on the market today. Every tuesday I can count on a barrell full of laughs thanks to the Weekly World News arriving in my mailbox!
    Weekly World News has a variety of unpredictable and incredibly hilarious stories. Here's a sampler of some recent headlines

    "Noah's Ark found on Mars!"

    "Moon will hit Earth in five years!"

    "CIA using cats as secret agents!"

    "Scientists mix dog and cat to create the Dat!"

    "Real reason for war in Iraq: Bush wanted to protect the Garden of Eden from Saddam"

    "Dolphins are growing arms and legs"("If they learn to walk and make weapons, they would become a formidable foe for all mankind" we are warned)

    Of course every few months you can always count on some new story about Bigfoot or the Lock Ness Monster(the latest theory: It's actually a giant duck and the reason recent attempts to find it with sonar were unsucessful were that the monster had migrated south for the winter!) About a month ago WWN actually got an exclusive interview with a real-live bigfoot! It spoke in sign language but luckily they had a sign language translator on hand for the interview(phew! that was close!) Some startling revelations were made in this interview, among them that the bigfoots refer to themselves as "The Happy Forest People", they live in another dimension but won't tell us how they cross from dimension-to-dimension, and that the only reason they come to our dimension is to get Twinkies! They also believe Halle Berry with her "perfectly symmetrical facial features and well-rounded teats" is a hideous creature.

    Then of course there's Bat Boy, the famous face of Weekly World News. Bat Boy is everywhere folks. Turns out he's the one who really found Saddam's hole, and that he's the leading candidate to get on John Kerry's vice presidential ticket!

    Throw in Hillary's space alien boyfriend, the amazing psychic sisters, a weekly horoscope complete with lucky lotto numbers, an advice column, and the classic conservative Ed Anger, and you've got yourself one hell of a publication!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tabloid news at its outrageously hilarious best
    I love Weekly World News. It is as fun and entertaining a read as you will find out there on the newsstands. I don't know how the writers keep coming up with some of the stories they publish, but they somehow continue to outdo themselves week in and week out. The following are just a few examples of the newspaper's more popular and memorable stories. You have to start with Bat Boy. Part human, part bat, Bat Boy was seemingly doomed to become a lab specimen to be tested and experimented upon, but then he escaped. Sure, he bit a few people while he was on the loose, but he more than rehabilitated himself by joining the Marines and taking part in the search for Bin Laden in the Afghan mountains. Then there is the space alien - not any old space alien, but a really important one whose endorsement is heavily prized among all Presidential contenders; reports of his torrid love affair with Hillary Clinton have only made him more famous. The good folks at WWN have even found Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, and their good buddy Kim Jong Il, who at present are hard at work getting their hot new boy band ready to tour all the snazziest remote caves and hideouts in Asia. No one covers the world's heaviest twins and fattest dogs and cats like WWN does. When exotic animals attack and kill humans in unbelievable ways, WWN is there - with pictures. If you want to know how to turn your boss in to a frog, WWN is the only place to go for that information. My favorite story of all time, though, describes a Chinese plot to win the respect of the world by having all billion plus of their citizens jump up and down at the same time in order to throw the earth out of orbit; twice this dastardly plot has been thwarted by none other than WWN, whose publication of the set time enabled enough American citizens to counter-jump the Chinese and foil their devious plans.

    Each issue is filled with stories the likes of escalators to hell, haunted toilets, the appearance of angels and devils, radio signals (or time warped survivors) picked up from the Titanic, the impending destruction of the earth by any number of natural and not so natural forces, moments of terrible luck and utter stupidity, acts of heroism, and sightings of Elvis and the Loch Ness Monster and all manner of unnatural creatures. If you need advice in life and love, WWN provides both a rather acerbic advice columnist and the world's sexiest psychic to help you. There's even a giant crossword puzzle included in every issue.

    I don't think a man or woman alive could possibly take any of Weekly World News' stories seriously, and the newspaper doesn't really even try that hard anymore to make doctored photos look authentic. It's just a hoot to see what new outrageous stories these guys can come up with each and every week.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Ex-Wife's Face Keeps Appearing On My Toast!
    For sheer unadulterated entertainment value, the creative comedy of the "Weekly World News" is difficult to beat. Although it is a bit embarrassing to be spotted reading this nonsense, there is nothing in any other weekly magazine that can generate the laughs of the "WWN".

    In just one issue (June 14, 2004) there was not only the headline "My Ex-Wife's Face Keeps Appearing On My Toast!" (which had a sub-head that reads "...and she's making my life crumby!"), but also (selected by opening to random pages): "Bush To Use Bigfoot G.I.s In Iraq!"; "Vampires Picket Blood Bank!" (for refusing to let them make withdrawals); "Invasion From Outer Space" (a weekly variation of this is a given); "NASA Idiots Turn Mars Rovers Into Battlebots"; "I Became A Porn Star To Pay For Mom's Face-Lift!"; "New House Pet: Chupacabras"; and my favorite for the week: "Psychic Cat Makes Predictions In Kitty Litter." All this and of course a raving editorial from Ed Anger, lots of horoscope and psychic lunacy, and the ever cantankerous "Dear Dotti" feature, in which readers solicit advice on subjects such as these: "The man of my dreams grunts like a pig when we ride the bus"; "I'm tired of living with my boyfriend's mother", and "My big, ugly feet make my husband want to throw up!" Generally you can expect excellent coverage of the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, Elvis, UFOs, and Bat-Boy as well.

    Of course it's all a load of rubbish, but after reading stuff like 'The Economist', or 'The Wall Street Journal', it is sure a satisfying change of pace.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Admit it...
    .... you're on line at the grocery store, the weeks vittals arrayed in your little shopping cart, counting heads between you and the sixteen year old pizza-faced checkout kid, when out of the corner of your eye you spot the brilliant shades of recycled-paper grey so fittingly attributed to those oh so wonderful supermarket rags, the kind that seem to be a half breed between newspaper and magazine, all bulky and fastened together with three cheap staples accross the spine. Oh, but God forbid you look! No no no, you wouldn't want your fellow patrons thinking that you're the kind of person who actually *gasp* reads those lurid peices of filth! But isn't it just oh so tempting to stare for hours at the cover of the enquierer, promising amazing new developments in the eight year old (but still vitally fresh) Jean Benne Ramsy case? Or the Globe, swearing news on the murder of Laci whats-her-face, or Star, revealing new information on which celebrity boobs are currently fake.
    Or what about the greatest tabloid of all time, a rag so unbelievable it seems to be a parody in beautiful mockery of its counterparts? That's right my friends I'm talking about the Weekly World News, the sultan of smut, the king of crap, the greatest waste of time and money ever devised! Its so outrageous the casheirs look at you funny when ringing it up, even if you tell them you're only buying it for the laughs.
    What I love about WWN is that while other tabloids are busy cranking out stories about semi-true issues that could seem semi-plausible (if a bit over embelished) after about fifty beers, the weekly world news doesn't even try. They write stories as if they were picking choices at random from a tophat. The titles of articles sound like the products of a drunken game of Mad-Libs, peppered with exclamation marks and pictures that really bring out that "first time with photoshop" appeal. And of course, who can forget Ed Anger, the ultimate idiot conservative, who writes articles so blatantly designed to appeal to those sheep-like right wingers you can form a mentle picture of him in your head, a big fat redneck sitting in the back of his oversize pickup sipping a beer, contemplating which racist bumper sticker on his car is the best.
    All in all, i love the weekly world news! Thank you for hours of laughs, and keep on drinkin'!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Hilarious and horrible!
    This is a magazine full of huge lies. If you want something to crack you up, get it. If you want "news", don't get it. It's insane. Oh, and if you're not sure whether to get it or not, look at their website: weeklyworldnews.com . That should help you decide.
    Your stomach will hurt from so much laughing. I bet these people are having a lot of fun making up all this stuff. ... Read more


    6. Investors Business Daily

    our price: $295.00
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    Asin: B00009VPDW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Finadco
    Sales Rank: 1291
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Don't invest without it.
    IBD is the best newspaper and news source for investing or just good business advice.

    I wouldn't invest or be without it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great no nonsense newspaper!
    IBD gets straight to the point. There is no fluff here. This paper caters to investors and it knows just how to do it. The editors constantly focus on earnings and relevant news facts. It has a strong section that deals with commodities and futures.They have also added a commentary area on foreign currencies as well. Being an 11 year veteran of futures and commodites, as both an investor, broker ... This is my primary periodical second only to Barron's Weekly.

    5-0 out of 5 stars IDB is an excellant search tool for stocks
    IDB is an excellant tools to search for great stocks. I always start with IDB when looking for a new stock then go to clearstation to look at the technical anyalisis. I have done well even in this bear market.

    5-0 out of 5 stars IBD is a must for serious investors
    Its hard for me to imagine screening stocks without IBD. There are no analysts opinions.......just the facts. Is the particular stock or industry group doing well? Or how is that industry group doing vs an index? The information IBD provides me has been has been invaluable. ... Read more


    7. International Jerusalem Post

    our price: $39.95
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    Asin: B00008JO23
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Jerusalem Post
    Sales Rank: 2912
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    8. Centreville Press

    our price: $37.00
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    Asin: B00007M2CF
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Bibb Publications
    Sales Rank: 3604
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    9. The New York Observer
    list price: $49.00
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    Asin: B00005NIP2
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: The New York Observer
    Sales Rank: 2697
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    From Amazon.com

    With its cheekily grandiose old-style newspaper layout, giant Drew Friedman caricatures, hilarious wedding-cake-tiered headlines, and, of course, its salmon-pink pages, the New York Observer--"New York's Weekly Newspaper"--wears its smirky knowingness on its sleeve. The table of contents carries the bylines of some of the grand old men of New York cultural commentary--Andrew Sarris, Rex Reed, Hilton Kramer--but the Observer's real spirit is in the dishy, you-are-listening-in-on-the-cell-phone coverage of the city's (or at least the borough of Manhattan's) most naked obsessions: real estate, publishing, Wall Street, local politics, and social and financial excess. There you'll find the dogged publicists, the embittered former managing editors, the howling apartment brokers, and the bored teen socialites who make schadenfreude such an exquisite urban pleasure. At its best, the Observer lingers long and unobtrusively enough at the photo shoots and the tiny tables covered with empty martini glasses to make you feel that you are indeed hearing the talk of the town. --Tom Nissley ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars It's almost like being there...
    For those of us who miss being in the center of the universe, reading the Observer is almost like being there. In its pink pages I can read stories about New York's political, arts, society, finance, sex and gossip scene. I can smell the inside of a taxi from my house overlooking the lake in Vermont.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Insider's Guide to NYC
    If I had to pick one newspaper that captured the drama of NYC it would be the New York Observer. Unlike any newspaper (the New York Times, the Village Voice) or magazine (New York, Time Out NY) the Observer is always on the inside track when it comes to politics, business, theater, fashion, culture, publishing, the arts, real estate and society. This well designed (and illustrated) publication which is printed on a pale orange newsprint will become a welcomed guest to your weekly reading.

    If your looking for dry objective facts then this is the wrong publication, however it's personality that makes New York City what it is and the Observer is like having a team of best friends write you a weekly cheat sheet. What's nice is that while the Observer can focus on high society and culture but it never takes itself too seriously and has quite a bit of good humor. There is a high attention to detail so even an article on a community board meeting or a real estate listing can become interesting. ... Read more


    10. Portland News

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    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: San Patricio Publishing Co
    Sales Rank: 3653
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    11. Nowy Dziennik - Weekly Edition
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    Publisher: Bicentennial Publ Co Inc
    Sales Rank: 1510
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars nowy dziennik
    This week and 2 weeks ago I did not received "Weekend" in my subsciption.
    Please ship it o me.
    Adam Misiec
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    Kennesaw, GA 30144 ... Read more


    12. Athens News
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    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Athens News
    Sales Rank: 3876
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    13. Human Events

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    Asin: B00006KHF8
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Eagle Publishing
    Sales Rank: 2610
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    News items of the week presented through eyes that favor limited constitutional government, local self-government, private enterprise and individual freedom.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent read
    This magazine is truly great reading. While the lunatic left tries to use terms like "compassionate", "tolerant" and "elite" to describe themselves, this magazine exposes the fact that none of these terms have anything to do with their actual agenda. Learn why the biggest threat to America today, is not, terrorism from abroad, but is from the liberal left. Moderates, and conservatives will love this magazine and liberals will hate and demonize it. But then, you probably already knew that.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Shrill voice for oppressed conservatives
    Thinking conservatives have a wealth of thoughtful writing to choose from, and would do well to pass this publication by. Human Events caters to the paranoid wing of conservatism. It uses tabloid headlines, exaggerated rhetoric, trumps up the silly notion that conservatives and traditionalists are the victims of evil conspiracies. Whether it's Hollywood, Democrats, liberal or even moderate Republicans, all are seen as part of a plot to do in Holy America and the righteous rich.

    I have enjoyed such publications as the Weekly Standard, Washington Times and National Review for decades. Rush Limbaugh strikes me as a conservative populist who is mostly hilarious, and only occasionally over-the-edge. Publications and personalities like these poke fun at liberals, and sometimes explain the uneven treatment conservatives garner in media. However, they maintain a level of confidence in our society, and security in their ideas, such that they can engage opposing ideas, and even analyze why liberals and moderates sometimes win the battle of ideas.

    Bottom-line: Avoid Human Events. It uses tabloid style, and is a conspiracy-oriented publication. Conservatives can do much better. ... Read more


    14. Irish Echo

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    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Irish Echo Newspaper Corp
    Sales Rank: 2344
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    15. Miami Times

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    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Miami Times
    Sales Rank: 3879
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    16. Nguoi Viet Daily News
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    Asin: B00006KQ7H
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Nguoi Viet Daily News
    Sales Rank: 3769
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    17. Yedioth Ahronoth = Yidiut Ahkarunut = Yedioth Ahronoth
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    Asin: B00006L2T0
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Yedioth Ahronoth
    Sales Rank: 3669
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    18. Washington Post
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    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Washington Post/mail Subs Dept
    Sales Rank: 3870
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    General, local, national and world news for the metro-Washington DC area
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Newspaper in Washington
    Only the New York Times can overshadow this daily collection of some of the best reporting in the world. And if you live in or near D.C, there is simply no better choice. The Post, for obvious reasons, offers great political reporting and a thorough editorial page. Unlike the NY Times, it has a Sunday "Outlook" section, which is 6-8 pages of opinion plus the regular editorials and op-eds. Good sports section with strong emphasis on local teams, especially Redskins. ... Read more


    19. Scarsdale Inquirer
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    Asin: B00007MHCU
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    Publisher: Scarsdale Inquirer
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    Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars My Friday Fix
    I love the Scarsdale Inquirer. It does have the general material--press releases, some calendar announcements, etc.--that can be found online. But it also has a number of stupendous, personal stories about local issues and local people. I know it has won countless New York Press Association Awards and it's very clear why. It's a cornerstone of Scarsdale culture and there really isn't any competition in terms of journalism, although the Internet does offer very useful tidbits of raw data that can be more timely and easy to get to while checking e-mail.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Get The Same Information Online at ScarsdaleToday.com
    The Scarsdale Inquirer is a fine local newspaper. However, if you want to get Scarsdale, New York news and information without having to pay for it, you can get it onlnie at ScarsdaleToday.com. I highly recommend Scarsdale Today, which has been the leading competitor to the Scarsdale Inquirer for over 5 years now. ScarsdaleToday.com is full of local event announcements and news, has a very useful email newsletter to keep you informed, and it's free.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed feature on Larry Edoff and the LoveProject
    I think that the Scarsdale Inquirer did a very nice job on and article they published on May 23, 2003, on the front page of the Arts & Entertainment section.

    The article featured Larry Edoff, a local resident and talented musician/singer-songwriter and his involvement in the LoveProject. The layout was very nice (photos, song lyrics) and the article was informative.

    I'm a little surprised that they do not have an online presence, so people could read some of the articles on the web. ...

    3-0 out of 5 stars Occasionally utile
    The Inquirer, while often a cornucopia of orthographic, grammatical, and factual errata, is occasionally helpful. It prints information of town affairs in events which, while often mundane and uninteresting, can occasionally be of interest.

    The articles, most of which are written by the same three or four reporters, are often poorly written. However, when the newspaper allows high school students to write pieces, the articles usually turn out better.

    Writing style and fact-checking are of poor quality and need improvement. ... Read more


    20. America Oggi

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    Asin: B00006K31U
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: America Oggi
    Sales Rank: 1543
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Italian Amercian Newspaper
    America Oggi Newspaper is very good.Oggi means today but I only get it on sundays.But very good newspaper for us Italian Amercianos.So give it a try. ... Read more


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