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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Jada
Scott Ose and his wife Jada are the parents of 11 children , the youngest of the bunch, Zoe, is nine years old and has Cystic Fibrosis.
Not accustomed to losing the last point at the U.S. Open, Kim Clijsters picked up her bag, waved and bid adieu to the fans in Arthur Ashe Stadium — summoning up a melancholy smile before making her way to the tunnel.
Certainly, she didn't expect it to end in the second round, but knowing the end was coming one way or another, she said there were no regrets.
Earlier this year, she announced her last event would be the U.S. Open, the tournament she won in 2009 — only months into her comeback — and then again in 2010.