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2/3/2013 10:30:00 PM
Column: Affairs with stars is not good training
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton

Dan Marino admitted an adulterous affair with a CBS production assistant Thursday a year after David Letterman's affair with a CBS production assistant. It's abominable. They're supposed to be training these women how to run a network, not how to be an agent.

Charlie Sheen opened a nightclub in Mexico where he was seen drinking and singing and chasing women with L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. It caused a lot of eyes to roll in Los Angeles. Somebody needs to warn Charlie that you are known by the company you keep.

President Obama said Wednesday he hopes to sign an immigration bill by the end of the year. He doesn't want it to be tough. The last time Mexico's president came to the U.S., he offered to take President Obama's job for three dollars an hour cash under the table.

GOP lawmakers called the president's immigration reform proposal nothing but blanket amnesty Tuesday. The administration is nothing if not compassionate. When Joe Biden was asked what he thinks about amnesty, he said it's terrible when anyone loses their memory.

California demographers said Hispanics will pass whites as the state's majority race by late this year. It's absolutely chaotic. The headwinds from the number of Mexicans coming into California for amnesty are mixing with the tailwinds from the number of white people going out of California over tax hikes and creating funnel clouds over Interstate 15.

The FBI is reportedly investigating U.S. Senator Robert Menendez for allegedly flying down to Puerto Rico to engage in sex with underage prostitutes. His doctor ordered it. Those long flights to Bangkok and back every weekend were taking a toll on his health.

President Obama allowed his Jobs Council to expire Thursday without renewing its charter despite high unemployment and a contracting economy. The members never met anyway. The Jobs Council was only intended to save one job, and now its work is done.

France withdrew its military forces from Mali Thursday one month after invading its former African colony to drive out al-Qaeda. The French army was in and out in four weeks. They're getting better, they fought a week longer than they did against the Germans.

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