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Jewish World Review Dec. 1, 2004 / 18 Kislev, 5765

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Brett Favre led Green Bay to victory Monday like a hero and a gentleman role model. Fans are fed up reading about brawls, drugs, felony assaults and salary demands in the sports section. It's enough to make you want to turn to the front page.

John Edwards began a farewell tour of North Carolina Monday as he leaves the U.S. Senate. His courage will be under the microscope in four years. Jay Leno admits he can't tell Hillary jokes in front of Hillary, the question is, can John Edwards?

New Zealand's legendary Sir Edmund Hillary slammed a U.S. plan to build a road to the South Pole. Environmentalists have a point. At the rate of global warming, the road may be blocked due to consideration for the tropical fish it might disturb.

Little Rock erased Confederate Boulevard from highway signs giving directions to Confederate Boulevard to appease any Clinton Library visitors who associate it with slavery. Why deny Southern heritage? If Arkansas is so fired up to combat slavery they should erase the highway signs that read Bentonville — Home of Wal-Mart.

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