Jewish World Review April 11, 2004 /21 Nisan, 5764
important news ....
The American Pediatric Society said kids who watch too much
TV get attention deficit disorder as they get older. That's why
there are no more factory jobs in America. If workers take more
than a half-hour for lunch they have to be re-trained.
Democrats on the September 11th Commission grilled Condi
Rice mercilessly on Thursday. They can't forgive her. For forty
years Democrats pushed for black opportunity but they didn't think
it would be the opportunity to turn Republican.
John Kerry asked for the U.N. to enter Iraq and supervise
everything. This would end the U.S. occupation of Iraq and its oil
fields. Two-thirds of the U.S. Senate support the idea of U.N.
supervision while the other one-third are up for re-election this fall.
John Kerry chided President Bush Thursday for taking a week-
long vacation to his ranch in Texas rather than do the job he was
elected to do. Kerry is no one to talk. The only person who's
missed more Senate votes this year is Strom Thurmond.
Martha Burk continued her crusade against Augusta Wednesday
for not allowing women members. She threatened CEOs who belong to
the club. Whenever Martha Burk is on the road she can always be
found in the hotel lobby picketing the Men's Room.
The New York International Auto Show opened on Thursday in
Manhattan and the car everyone is raving about is the new Austin
Mini-Cooper convertible. The car only seats two. It's the official
transport vehicle of the Coalition of the Willing.
John McCain stood in the Senate Wednesday and said he knows
something about Vietnam and Iraq is no Vietnam. He was captured
and spent the war behind bars. His view of Vietnam is pretty much
the same view Martha Stewart will have of Joliet.
The State Department reports marijuana cultivation in Mexico
went up seventy percent. They say the huge surplus harvest was due
to unusually favorable growing conditions this past year. At least
in California the cost of medicine is going down.
Coors brewer Pete Coors announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate in Colorado. His donor list is very limited. So many of my fellow Oklahoma University alums exceeded the two thousand dollar contribution limit to Coors six months after we turned twenty-one.
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