Jewish World Review Nov. 8, 2006 / 17 Mar-Cheshvan, 5767
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
California voters dealt with a two-hundred-page ballot booklet of candidates and propositions Tuesday including one measure that clamps down hard on sex offenders. Its passage was doubtful. Nobody in California wants to tick off a casting director.
Borat starring Sacha Baron Cohen set box office records Sunday. The comedian from Kazakhstan tours America appalling everyone with his sick jokes and morbid sense of humor. For some reason he's having more success with it than John Kerry did.
Geraldo Rivera At Large beat national newscasts Friday, launching the newsman on a huge comeback. It's amazing. Three years ago Geraldo Rivera was one of only four men asked to leave Iraq, the other three being Saddam Hussein and his two sons.
Senator Hillary Clinton was easily re-elected by the voters of New York on Tuesday. There was tremendous jubilation in Hollywood. Comedians lit candles in church this morning in gratitude for the possibility of Bill Clinton winding up back in the White House in two years with lots of spare time and a wife who travels.
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