Jewish World Review March 30, 2006 / 1 Nissan, 5766
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Charlie Sheen told a radio interviewer last week that the
Twin Towers were imploded by the government. His friends in Los
Angeles worry that his obsession with the conspiracy theory has
taken over his life. He's starting to lose interest in his car.
Los Angeles school officials tried to keep Latino students
from leaving class Monday to protest immigration reform. The
administrators even tried to lock down some of the campuses but
the students climbed over the fences. Why is that even news?
President Bush arrives in Cancun today for a meeting with
Mexico's president Vicente Fox. It's a great relief for him to get
down there. President Bush just wants to talk to one person in the
world who's in favor of his guest-worker program.
The Pentagon declined Monday to investigate Iraqi documents
revealing Russia passed U.S. war plans to Saddam Hussein. European
war opponents had three different reactions to the U.S. invasion.
France cried foul, Germany shrugged it off, and Russia arrested
every oil executive in the country who was thinking of running for president.
Shiites erupted in anger Monday after U.S. soldiers entered
a mosque complex in Baghdad. They vowed to walk away from talks to
form an Iraqi government. It's the first time in sixty-five years
that a Kilroy Was Here cartoon nearly lost us the war.
John Kerry's hotel room demands were released by The Smoking Gun Monday. He demands Wheaties, creamy peanut butter, no celery and nothing made with tomatoes. If it weren't for Red State audiences, Democrats would never get their vegetables.
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