Jewish World Review Oct. 17, 2006 / 25 Tishrei, 5767
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Arnold Palmer embarrassed himself at a seniors' tour tournament on Friday and announced for the fourth time that he's retiring from competitive golf. Twice on one hole he drove into the water. His kids are just about to take his keys away.
Joan Rivers will guest star in the blue-language cable television hit Nip/Tuck this fall. There's nothing she hasn't heard. For forty years she was Redd Foxx's piano player and before that she was the stenographer at the Nuremburg trials.
Mexico said Sunday it will protest at the U.N. over the U.S. fence on the Mexican border. The migration is out of control. Some of the Mexicans have reached the North Pole and if they don't stop walking they're going to be right back where they started.
The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Saturday to sanction North Korea for testing nuclear bombs. There are fifteen member nations on the Security Council but the vote was sixteen to nothing. France voted with both hands in the air.
John Kerry said Sunday he wants another chance to run for president. He said it's characteristic of Americans to offer a second chance. This time he promises to give a concession speech that's more in tune with the needs of working Americans.
Bill Clinton delivered a speech in Iowa Saturday to rally local Democrats to win in November. All presidents relax in their own way. George Bush talks to Jesus for foreign policy advice and Bill Clinton goes to River City to sell band uniforms.
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