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Jewish World Review Oct. 28, 2004 / 13 Mar-Cheshvan, 5765

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | The Sporting News gave Barry Bonds the Major League Player of the Year award by a vote of his fellow players. We're lucky to have him. Barry Bonds survived a nasty medical scare last Friday when doctors found blood in his steroid stream.

The World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox showcases the two greatest baseball cities in America. It's the complete opposite of our presidential race. In the case of the World Series, it's a shame one side has to lose.

The Gallup Poll on the presidential race was released Monday. It had both sides equally split and equally committed and equally unwilling to see the other side win. Whichever half of John Kerry's brain wins this election is coming down to the wire.

Bill Clinton campaigned in Florida Tuesday after his smash hit appearance in Philadelphia the day before. The guy desperately missed the spotlight. At one point during his convalescense, he was this close to arranging his own kidnapping just to get his name on the freeway signs in California.

Britain led a delegation to Iran Monday to convince them to halt nuclear production. It's so dangerous. Iran is building a reactor using Russian nuclear plant know-how, making Iran the early favorite to win the three-legged race during the next Olympics.

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