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Jewish World Review
May 29, 2006
/ 2 Sivan, 5766
And now for the important news ....
USC star Matt Leinart reported to rookie camp Wednesday and
complained about the publicity over his relationship with Paris
Hilton. He really needs to watch it. Hollywood is a glamorous town
full of exciting people, most of them undiagnosed.
Madonna performed in Los Angeles Sunday perched on a giant
cross and wearing a crown of thorns. The cross was a bad idea. If
she wants to be considered a religious icon in Los Angeles she
will have to appear on a grilled cheese sandwich.
Prime Minister Tony Blair received a thunderous ovation in
Washington Friday after his speech at Georgetown University. The
crowd sat awestruck. No one can believe that a man who speaks that
beautifully is not hosting the ABC Evening News.
House Members in both parties said Friday the FBI raid on a
U.S. congressman's office violated the separation of powers.
Federal agents can't just barge into a U.S. congressman's office
as if they owned the place. Only contributors can do that.
Colonial Williamsburg promoters said Friday they expect huge
summer crowds with the approach of the four hundredth anniversary
of the landing at Jamestown. The colonial town square includes two
wooden prisoner stocks, one for the hands and feet and one for the
head and feet. Today they are known as Ken Lay's stock options.
The Lundberg Survey reported record high gas prices for
Memorial Day weekend drivers. It's almost a dollar a gallon more
expensive in the Northeast and the West Coast. These states always
vote Democratic and it's considered a complaint tax.
Hillary Clinton fans held a presidential rally in Nashville
Tuesday but drew only twenty people. Blame it on name recognition.
During her entire time as first lady of Arkansas her picture was
in every post office in the South as a Yankee spy.
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