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Jewish World Review April 16, 2004 /26 Nisan, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | The Treasury Department took in its annual tax haul Thursday as deadline day passed. The Democrats say we live in a great country and we should pay our taxes with a smile. Willie Nelson tried that one year but the government insisted on cash.

The Los Angeles Lakers were favored Tuesday to win the NBA playoffs. They run from April to June. The playoffs must be over by Father's Day, when NBA players traditionally sit around the house, relax, and take calls from all over the country.

John Kerry offered Wednesday to grant free college to young people who agree to do community service. Great idea. If people got free education every time they did community service there would be seven Dallas Cowboys on the Supreme Court.

John Kerry read to pre-schoolers Wednesday and had to be told twice to turn the book around so the kids could see the pictures. It's bad. If John Kerry can't read to a bunch of children how will he ever give a State of the Union address to Congress?

CIA Director George Tenet defended his record Wednesday before the September 11th Commission. He said the CIA gives the American people a very good bang for the buck. Americans certainly heard the bang but the buck is still being passed.

The CIA admitted Tuesday it knew al-Qaeda wanted to hijack airliners in the summer of 2001. The agency decided not to recommend any passenger screening measures at the nation's airports. They were afraid if they offended any Arabs the Saudis would feel insulted and we might end up paying two dollars per gallon for gasoline.

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