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May 10, 2013
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May 8, 2013
Peter Ford: Why China is welcoming both Israel's Netanyahu and Palestinians' Abbas
Obama administration quietly backs out of appeal over new contraceptive mandate
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April 29, 2013
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April 24, 2013
Jewish World Review
Jan 24, 2012/ 29 Teves, 5772
The News in Zingers
Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina primary by a landslide over Mitt Romney on Saturday. Pollsters warned Republicans that Newt has a sixty percent disapproval rating outside the South. It's like we're two different countries, which was the South's point all along.
The Costa Concordia cruise ship remained capsized off the coast of Italy Friday after it struck a rock and turned sideways. International reaction was predictable. President Obama extended his sympathy to the passengers and blamed the accident on Captain Bush.
President Obama halted the Keystone pipeline Thursday, citing its potential harm to underground aquifers in Nebraska. He said he's a committed environmentalist. Barack Obama is so committed to recycling that he's promising hope and change in his next term.
Canadian Premier Stephen Harper told President Obama Thursday that canceling the Keystone oil pipeline means the oil will go to China. That may not be so bad. This could end up actually lowering energy prices once China teaches children how to refine crude oil.
Rick Perry graciously withdrew from the GOP campaign Thursday. His good-natured verbal slip-ups and hilarious brain freezes onstage have made him a favorite target of stand-up comedians. In other words, no one was ever better prepared to be vice president.
Hollywood threatened Friday to cut off donations to President Obama for not backing an anti-piracy bill. No wonder the lavish White House party with Johnny Depp was kept secret. Obama didn't want Hollywood to know of his connections to the pirate community.
Michelle Obama dined out on her birthday Monday and ordered a steak, French fries, Caesar's salad and cake. It's called setting an example. No one wants to mention the size of the steak, but the restaurant does not make you pay for it if you can eat the whole thing.
Bill Clinton took over sponsorship of this year's Bob Hope Desert Classic along with Humana. It's a light-hearted event. The tournament is played on three different golf courses and Bill never knows which course he's going to play until he hits his first tee shot.
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