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Jewish World Review Nov. 12, 2004 / 28 Mar-Cheshvan, 5765

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Ohio State star Maurice Clarett said the school improperly gave him cash and cars. Everyone looked the other way as long as they won. It's the kind of moral values which led Democrats to assume that Bill Clinton would deliver Ohio for them.

Bill Clinton told Hamilton College in New York Tuesday he shares the blame for the election loss. It was a heartfelt confession. He said as president he wanted to reach out to evangelicals, but their fathers always have shotguns at home.

Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat died of a lingering illness in a Paris hospital Thursday. The funeral will be held today in Cairo. His family issued a statement asking in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the Nazi Party. Bill Clinton was philosophical about his own mortality Tuesday while addressing college students in upstate New York. They way he sees it, if Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill couldn't beat death, what chance has he got? Practically none.

President Bush told a Muslim dinner Wednesday that his plans for the Mideast will benefit all mankind. Everything is couched in Biblical terms. He couldn't just ask them to pass the salt, he had to tell everybody the Parable of the Shakers.

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