Jewish World Review Sept. 10, 2008 / 10 Elul 5768
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Toyota began advertising new cars that run on alternative fuels on Sunday. One experimental car was driven across the country last year powered only by French fry oil. The only drawback is they had to stop every thousand miles to change the ketchup.
The New York Times on Monday put to rest rumors that Sarah Palin's baby is really her grandchild. Her family is under relentless investigation. The only way to keep Sarah Palin's baby out of the news is to leak that John Edwards is the father.
Oprah Winfrey's magazine suffered cancellations from GOP women and pro-lifers Monday when she wouldn't let Sarah Palin on her show. It frees Oprah to run different kinds of articles. Watch for a cover story soon on How Your Children Can Help Greta Van Susteren's Ratings.
Hurricane Ike's approach toward Cuba last weekend prompted a few Cubans to try to sail to Miami amid the confusion. Some Cubans have figured out a perfect way to slip into South Florida. They hide inside bales of cocaine and wash ashore undetected.
The Department of Health released a survey Tuesday showing remarkable progress in the War on Drugs. Only eight percent of Americans used illegal drugs last year. It's just another example of young people rebelling against their Baby Boomer parents.
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