Jewish World Review July 23, 2004 /4 Menachem-Av, 5764
important news ....
The September 11th Commission Thursday did not blame any
agency or officials for failing to prevent the attacks. Their
conclusions will be argued about for decades. Nobody believes Lee
Harvey Oswald hijacked all four planes by himself.
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 was booked into a theater in
Waco by popular demand. This is the president's back yard. It's
the movie insult equivalent of running American Gigolo a block
away from John Kerry's second wife's seaside mansion.
USA Today released a poll of sixty PGA Tour caddies
Wednesday that says one fourth of them have witnessed players
cheating. It's pretty brazen. One golfer ordered three extra
pillows from housekeeping in order to give himself a better lie.
Miami of Ohio will play Toledo in college football on ESPN
on Election Day. It gives the country something to watch while the
votes are being counted. The question is, how are they going to
stretch a single football game to fill six weeks of airtime?
John Kerry hired documentary filmmaker James Moll to produce
the movie that introduces him at the Democratic Convention. He's
known for his excellent work with authentic combat footage. He
served as Bill and Hillary's wedding photographer.
John Kerry reportedly asked prime-time speakers at the
Democratic Convention to tone down attacks on President Bush. Not
to worry. At the rate Whoopi Goldberg, Linda Ronstadt and
Doonesbury are losing paying gigs, John Kerry will be lucky if the
prime-time speakers at the Democratic Convention don't endorse
Former U.S. Senator Max Cleland will introduce John Kerry at
the convention in Boston. John Edwards will later join them
onstage. With two wounded veterans and a personal injury attorney
it's going to look like a commercial on late-night cable.
The September 11th Commission findings were leaked to
reporters Tuesday. It came out in dribbles and drabs. The leaks
were so frequent the report didn't shed much new light, but it did
remind Americans that August is Prostate Awareness month.
Sandy Berger, while doing September 11th Commission work, took secret documents from the National Archives and walked them past security guards. They certainly didn't look inside his pants. This is the National Archives, not the National Airport.
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