Jewish World Review Nov. 21, 2006 / 30 Mar-Cheshvan, 5767
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Condi Rice gave conservatives a heart attack Sunday when she said in Hanoi that if Iraq makes the right choices, it could succeed like Vietnam. It's understandable how nervous she is in Asia. Everywhere she goes she's afraid of being duped by Borat.
House Ways and Means Chairman-to-be Charlie Rangel said Sunday the military draft should be reinstated because the U.S. Army needs more troops. Now that he's in power he might really get it done. Canada is already talking about a border wall.
Caroline Kennedy opened an exhibit Sunday of the White House doll collection from when her father was president. She can't show all of them. The most famous doll was Marilyn Monroe, but if Caroline had her body she would be a movie star herself.
The Food and Drug Administration approved silicone gel implants for cosmetic breast enhancement. There's a warning. Silicone gel implants are softer and look more natural, but a lifetime of free drinks might cause all kinds of health problems.
John Kerry stated Sunday he will not let his botched joke that accidentally insulted U.S. soldiers keep him from running for president. Many theologians say the voice of G-d can be heard in the sound of silence. If John Kerry ever goes out on the road as a stand-up comedian, he could convert more people than Billy Graham.
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