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Jewish World Review June 29, 2004 / 10 Tamuz, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Laker superstar Shaquille O'Neal demanded to be traded and put his Bel-Air home up for sale for seven million dollars. It changes nothing. Every night he has a recurring nightmare that the real estate deal is all set to close, and Kobe won't pass him the pen.

The U.S. Senate passed the Defense of Decency Act last week, which cracks down hard on public profanity. It's epidemic. On Sunday, three baseball players were thrown out of games just for quoting the Vice President after taking a called third strike.

John Kerry spoke Sunday to an association of Latino government officials in Washington. Hispanic culture is close to his heart. He met his wife Teresa Heinz while he was moonlighting as a Cha-Cha instructor at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio.

The Los Angeles Times said Sunday Teresa Heinz Kerry's net worth is over one billion dollars. Print up the bumper stickers. In seventy years, Democrats have progressed from the New Deal to the New Frontier to the Great Society to Yes, Dear.

Bill Clinton drew incredibly long lines at Los Angeles bookstores this past weekend. The entertainment capital of the world had some good news and bad news for him. Tens of thousands of women turned out to meet him, but they were all his age.

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