Friday, September 12, 2008


170th post

So, the ShiurTimes once again ran all three of my cartoons and did not include me in the list of contributors, although this time they had asked my for a short bio to run there (well before press time) before leaving another Jerenberg-sized blank in the page, which is rather like taking four steps forward and 3.9 steps back.

Thirty-odd years later, one of the most famous lines in American politics gets co-opted by Ehud Olmert, as police recommend indicting the Israeli Prime Minister.

In yet another "goodwill gesture", 198 Palestinian prisoners--some with blood on their hands--are released as part of the government's ongoing "revolving door" policy.

The two leading in-party candidates to replace Olmert, Shaul Mofaz and frontrunner Tzipi Livni, snipe at the PM and each other in a comedical media battle.

TODAY'S BOOK: "The Phantom Tollbooth", by Norton Juster ((c) 1961)


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