Jewish World Review Dec. 4, 2003 / 9 Kislev, 5764
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http://www.NewsAndOpinion.com | The New York Post exposed New York firemen Tuesday who abandoned their wives for the widows of firemen who died September 11th. They forsook their vows for rich widows. Bill Clinton arrived at the Knicks game that night wearing an NYFD cap.
The Weather Channel reported Tuesday that the first frigid air mass of the winter has descended on the Midwest. It caught many unprepared. Early this morning people insulted each other on the streets of Minneapolis just to get in a few heated words.
Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas announced plans to construct a new tower to hold more gamblers. The atmosphere there is first class. The reason the bellhops at casino hotels look so distinguished is because just a month ago they were customers.
Horatio Hornblower premiered its third season Wednesday to rave reviews from critics. The hero scatters and destroys Napoleon's fleet. In the last scene two Frenchmen are marooned on a desert island and one offers the other a government job.
President Bush addressed a steel executives' luncheon in Pittsburgh. The menu was sumptuous. The dessert was so rich it received a fundraising letter from Howard Dean, a tax cut from the president and a proposal of marriage from John Kerry.
U.S. troops destroyed busts of Saddam Hussein Tuesday to try to convince Iraqis that he's not coming back. You can't be too careful. It's the same reason George Steinbrenner goes to Scottsdale every three months to pour more ice on Ted Williams.
Al Sharpton on Tuesday cut the ribbon of his new Washington D.C. presidential campaign headquarters. He declared that President Bush has left the economy in ruins. As an example, Al Sharpton hasn't been able to find a job in forty-eight years. Wesley Clark expressed his pride in his Jewish heritage at a temple in Palm Beach Monday. He was born Jewish and raised Protestant then converted to Roman Catholicism. As a result, no country club in America can turn him down for membership.
Colin Powell was reported last week to be dropping hints he would not serve a second term as Secretary of State. It makes sense. You know a recession is almost over when Republicans are no longer willing to work for a government salary.
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