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Jewish World Review Sept. 22, 2004 / 7 Tishrei, 5765

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | The Emmy Awards in Hollywood Sunday took great pains to keep politics out of the telecast. The only evidence of any anti-war agitation was the presence of the blimp above the Shrine Auditorium. Michael Moore looked like King Kong up there.

Trinity Broadcasting founder Reverend Paul Crouch got snared in a sex scandal with a male assistant, unbeknownst to his wife. The tryst got a huge write-up in the Los Angeles Times. It's an Emmy-winning sitcom that practically writes itself.

Rodney King said Sunday he wants to be remembered not for starting the riots but for being a peacemaker. Last year he rammed his car into a house while driving one hundred miles an hour. A neighbor's home video clearly shows the house hit him first.

Terry Bradshaw apologized for calling Coach Tom Coughlin a jerk on Sunday. He still insisted the coach is stupid. This from a quarterback who got his bell rung so many times that he wakes up every morning thinking it's Victory in Europe Day.

Iraq Prime Minister Iyad Allawi addresses the United Nations today. He's been the target of four assassination attempts since taking office three months ago. When this guy drops his clothes off at the dry cleaners they make him pay in advance.

John Kerry in New York Monday accused President Bush of creating a crisis of historic proportion in Iraq. He called for a national debate on Iraq and the war on terrorism. Then he voted to cut funding for podiums, moderators and water glasses.

John Kerry appears this week on David Letterman, and Live with Regis and Kelly, and Dr. Phil. His wife is lying low. No one wants to say Teresa Heinz loathes the campaign trail but she just volunteered to do the six months for Martha Stewart.

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