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The Jewcy Newshound provides links to articles of interest, twice daily. Once in the morning, once in the afternoon.

Morning News Roundup

By January 3, 2008

All In the Game Iowa caucuses today. Maybe you've heard? The best bet is on anti-climax. A late developing story from the Politico, though: if Fred Thompson does not finish second or a "strong" third, he will drop out and … Read More

Monday Afternoon News Round-Up

By December 31, 2007

Bloomberg Moves Closer to Running for President Bloomberg believes that he sees an opening in the race for President and he wants to fill the void with his ego…After emphatically saying that he would not run as an independent. You … Read More

Afternoon News Roundup

By December 27, 2007

Bhutto Update Christopher Hitchens submits his obit for Benazir Bhutto. He does not spare criticism of the dark parts of her personal life (including the corruption charges and her “gilded exile in Dubai”) and openly criticizes her public record (namely, … Read More

Morning News Roundup

By December 27, 2007

Benazir Bhutto Assassinated After a public speech in Rawalpindi (9 miles outside Islamabad), Benazir Bhutto was shot in the neck and chest. The attack was followed by a suicide bombing. It is unclear if she was shot before or after … Read More

Monday Morning News Round-Up

By December 24, 2007

Elect me and oil prices instantly drop, says Hillary Clinton in Iowa Hillary believes that the world would react so positively to her election that the prices would drop… Huckabee taking Stem Cell Money? It seems that the new “Front-Runner” … Read More

Afternoon News Roundup

By December 20, 2007

Mark of McCain Well, it seems that no one will have to debate the merits of dredging up Keating Five allegations against John McCain in order to get a scandal out of the Straight Talk Express. The surging GOP candidate … Read More

Morning News Roundup

By December 20, 2007

South Korean Elections South Korea elected Lee Myung-bak, of the Grand National Party, with 50% of the vote in a field of 12 candidates. Mr. Lee’s landslide victory in the presidential contest is a result of his promises to ensure … Read More

Tuesday Afternoon News Round-Up

By December 18, 2007

Groping Santa? Women charged with illegally fondling mall Santa. It seems that some flirtations are acceptable, but actually fondling Father Christmas… Congressional Approval sinks to New Depths It seems that the Democrat congress has alienated a vast majority of voters … Read More