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May 20, 2013
Richard A. Serrano: Is Meir Kahane's assassin now a changed man?
Genetic copies of living people from embryos no longer science fiction
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May 13, 2013
Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Why the giving of the document that would permanently change the world could only be done in desolation
David G. Savage:
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May 10, 2013
Rabbi Berel Wein: Be all that you should be
May 8, 2013
Peter Ford: Why China is welcoming both Israel's Netanyahu and Palestinians' Abbas
Obama administration quietly backs out of appeal over new contraceptive mandate
At Kerry-Putin meeting, US-Russia relations thaw --- a tad
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May 6, 2013
May 3, 2013
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Artificial kidney offers hope to patients tethered to a dialysis machine
April 29, 2013
Poland's new Jewish museum celebrates life, doesn't revisit Holocaust
Terrorism in America: Is US missing a chance to learn from failed plots?
Boston Bomber's 'Svengali' Revealed
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April 26, 2013
Clifford D. May:
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April 24, 2013
Jewish World Review
June 23, 2011
/ 21 Sivan, 5771
And now for the important news ....
Utah's former governor Jon Huntsman announced Tuesday he's running for the GOP nomination for president. No man ever looked more presidential. To open the announcement ceremonies he thanked his wife, he thanked his children and then he thanked his maker, Mattel.
Hurricane Beatriz pounded Mexico's Pacific coast with high winds and driving rainstorms Tuesday. Winds were clocked blowing out of the south at a hundred miles an hour. In San Diego people were holding paper bags up in the air and catching enough cocaine to make a house payment.
President Obama made a prime time address Wednesday to announce a gradual U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. The good news is that twenty thousand troops will be flying home from Afghanistan in December. The bad news is that they have a six-year layover in Libya.
The FDA forced cigarette makers Monday to print new warning labels which show graphic medical photos of the damage smoking causes. Why stop at smoking? Every album of love songs should come with a warning label detailing Paul McCartney's divorce settlement on the cover.
The TSA began working with Border Patrol Monday to continue its new program of eight thousand daily unannounced body scans nationwide. They can't grope illegal aliens. That's the responsibility of international bankers when the aliens get their first job at a five-star hotel.
Governor Rick Perry proposed a bill banning intrusive groping by TSA agents, prompting the Justice Department to threaten to cancel all flights to Texas. This would force travelers to fly to Mexico and then walk across the border to Texas. The federal government can't stop that.
The Interior Department extended a two-year ban on mining near the Grand Canyon until December on Monday until it can study the environmental effects of mining. They already know the effect of not mining. It leads to pristine landscapes and eleven percent unemployment.
President Obama drew unintended gales of laughter Monday after he told the Democratic Party's fundraiser in Washington that his administration created two million private-sector jobs. It's not funny. Not everyone can work the night shift at McDonald's or repossess cars.
Europe's food controllers got the continent's E. coli outbreak under control after it sickened hundreds. Scientists say Americans have built up a resistance to tainted food. It infuriates the Russians that their spies can't poison our spies without our spies ordering a second helping.
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