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Jewish World Review Oct. 14, 2003 / 18 Tishrei, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Hillary Clinton agreed to emcee a Democratic fundraising dinner in Iowa next month. She absolutely refuses to run for president. It's the hardest decision she's had to make since three years ago when she was forced to select a home state.

The Sopranos will start a new season on Home Box Office on Sunday. Everybody enjoys watching mobster life. The show takes place in New Jersey, where popping the big question means asking the woman you intend to marry if she's wearing a wire.

Al Gore called the California recall a Republican hijacking of democracy. He issued millions of recorded phone messages on election day. The problem is, when everyone hears Al Gore's voice on the line they think it's the dial tone and hang up.

The Kobe Bryant hearing started Thursday with details about the alleged rape as told to detectives by the accuser. It's sad. Kobe Bryant could have stopped when she objected to his groping, but not everyone has what it takes to be governor.

German newspapers went wild on Friday calling on politicians to be more like Arnold Schwarzenegger. Berliners love his personality and his can-do spirit. In a related story, Poland just asked Israel for the name of their dry wall contractor.

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