Each day we offer a sample of headlines that appeared in the world press along with our comments.
Czech Republic, Prague Daily Monitor: “Town Fights Vandalism With Dummies”
Big deal. In New York we elect dummies to become vandals.
Canada, Totonto Star: “Confidence Vote”
The only confidence I have in the integrity of Republicans is “no confidence.”
USA, Newsday: “Serena Williams To Give Judge A Hug”
Somehow, I don’t think hitting the judge with a racquet counts as a hug.
UK, The Independent: “Doctor Who Killed Patient Struck Off List”
I assume it was the list for the Christmas party.
South Africa, Argus: “School Weapon Crackdown”
Just wait to the NRA hears they won’t allow kids to bring guns to school!
Denmark, Copenhagen Post; “Most Migrate For Work And Love”
So, if there is no work or love in Denmark, why doesn’t everyone migrate?
Australia, Brisbane Times: “Brothel Open Day A Big Hit”
I assume they give out samples on an open day.
New Zealand, New Zealand Herald: “University Vows To Crackdown On Louts”
Well, there goes the faculty.
Kuwait, Kuwait Times: “Court Orders Release Of Bush Shoe Thrower”
He is headed to Wyoming to go hunting with Dick Cheney.
Saudi Arabia, Saudi Gazette: “Sultan Funds Kidney Center”
Reports indicate the Sultan’s real name is Moishe Goldberg.
Yemen, Yemen Times; “Insurance For Teachers”
No more tests to grade.