November 11, 1992
The image of the Iraqi people dancing in the streets, celebrating our election results, was a little disturbing. I'm sure Saddam Hussein couldn't be more pleased with the choice that the narrow-minded media-brainwashed Americans made. If we don't have long lines and high prices at the fuel pumps during this next Administration, it won't be because of Bill Clinton's changes.
February 24, 1991
ISRAEL MUSEUM'S PRICELESS HOLDINGS, from the Dead Sea Scrolls to works by Renoir and Van Gogh, have been put away for safekeeping. Yards and yards of the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls, which include the first known biblical texts, lie in a vault with a foot-thick steel door. On the floor are racks of Impressionist and modern paintings. Jerusalem, with its large Arab population, has not been hit by any of Iraq's Scud missile attacks, but the museum is taking no chances.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1987 |
An archeological team digging through the ruins of a Roman palace in Galilee during the summer of 1986 made an interesting discovery--the border of a mosaic floor design. "The black and white border disappeared into an unexcavated portion," said the students' supervisor, the Rev. Mary June Nestler, a Los Angeles Episcopal priest studying for her doctorate at UCLA. "We knew what direction to dig this year, but we had no idea it would be so spectacular at its center," Nestler said.