Jewish World Review Sept. 26, 2005 / 22 Elul, 5765
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Barry Bonds blasted his fourth home run in four games on Tuesday after being sidelined all season by injury. In the last few years he left his wife, and muscled up, and now he's right on Hank Aaron's tail. No wonder they love him in San Francisco.
The National Review this week blasted John McCain for supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants. Only six percent of Americans polled support amnesty. The good news is, this means that six percent of all Americans own their own factories.
The New York Post ran a cartoon Tuesday depicting the
Louisiana governor and New Orleans mayor as circus clowns. The
newspaper had better have a good lawyer. Any day now there could
be a defamation suit brought by the National Association of Clowns.
The Pentagon refused to let its people testify to the Senate
Wednesday about its Able Danger program. It identified the 9-11
hijackers a year before the attacks. If we had had any more
information about these guys they could have passed an FBI
Senator Teddy Kennedy delivered a speech in the U.S. Senate
Wednesday opposing Judge John Roberts's nomination to the Supreme
Court. It's easy to understand his opposition. When a guy keeps
all Ten Commandments it ruins the curve for everybody.
The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce said Friday that shoppers returned to Rodeo Drive this summer in huge numbers. You can always spot celebrities there. Last week some tourists saw Burt Reynolds in an antique store for twelve hundred dollars.
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