Jewish World Review March 8, 2004 /15 Adar, 5764
important news ....
Saddam Hussein was visited by the International Red Cross
Monday. They can't say where he's being held. All they can say is
that he's being held in a jail cell in a secure location under
heavy guard, otherwise known as Martha Stewart Living.
John Kerry drew cheers Friday as he spoke French to a crowd
in Louisiana. He kept talking until he was hoarse. John Kerry is
so in love with the sound of his own voice he should be running
against Wayne Newton for King of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Sopranos began its fifth season Sunday on HBO about a
Mafia family who live in New Jersey. In the first episode, Tony
Soprano has to unload two clips of ammunition into a guy before he
finally dies. Steroids are a problem in every sport.
Newsweek profiled the culture war dividing Americans this
election year. The nation was founded by the culture wars between
easy-grace Cavaliers and moralist Puritans and it's the same war
four centuries later. How can baseball fans rebuke Barry Bonds for
taking muscle-building tablets when America is England on steroids?
Barry Bonds refused all comment Thursday about steroids.
Mark McGwire admits bulking up on androstenedione. By the time the
home run record is returned to Roger Maris's family it will have
made more wrong turns than Jessica Lynch's convoy.
Bill Clinton sent an e-mail message Tuesday calling for
Democratic Party unity. He just won a Grammy for narrating a
symphony. You know the world is upside down when Bill Clinton wins
a Grammy and Janet Jackson is the subject of a government sex
John Kerry will embark upon a fundraising tour to raise one
hundred and five million dollars. Every penny counts. He needs
five million for campaign ads and a hundred million so he can look
his wife in the eye with some dignity and self-respect.
President Vicente Fox met with President Bush on Friday.
Mexico's president is not allowed to come to the U.S. without the
approval of Mexico's Senate. That makes Vicente Fox the only
Mexican who cannot cross the border whenever the mood hits him.
Haiti roiled in anarchy and street violence Thursday as U.S. Marines scrambled to try to halt looting of businesses. The wealthy fled the country for fear of their lives. This isn't so much a civil war as it is a Democratic Party fantasy camp.
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