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1/29/2013 10:00:00 PM
Column: Punishments catalyze Iran's science advances
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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Iran's Ayatollah de-clared Friday any attack by a foreign country on Syria will be taken as an attack upon Iran. Their missile technology is starting to worry everyone. Just last week Iran sent a monkey into outer space - for drawing pictures of the Prophet Mohammed.

The Pentagon allowed women in combat units last week. It's a tactical decision. We've been trying to defeat al-Qaida for 20 years; maybe the silent treatment will work.

New Orleans is hosting the Super Bowl on Sunday as well as Mardi Gras the next two days. Luckily there's good coordination with the government. FEMA promised that the morning after it's all over, they will bring in emergency supplies of tomato juice and vodka.

John McCain proposed an immigration bill in which illegal aliens will pay back taxes and a fine and move to the back of the line. It should work. After all, it's their willingness to obey the law and wait their turn in line which brought them to America in the first place.

Senator Robert Men-endez was put under FBI probe Monday for procuring underage hookers in Puerto Rico. By the time the senators finish investigating one of their own, he'll be censured by the Ethics Committee for under-tipping.

President Obama hosted the Miami Heat at the White House where the players took turns in the hallway taking photos in front of Bill Clinton's portrait. They idolize him. Everyone said Wilt Chamberlain's record of 10,000 women would never be broken so the players wanted to pose with the picture of the guy who did it.

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