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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jon Heder
It's been 10 years since Napoleon and Kip first stepped foot into Rex’s dojo, and we have an update of how the world is celebrating and where the stars are today.
Jenny Oaks Baker, the Grammy-nominated violinist, traded a sweet gig with the National Symphony to be home with her kisses, but from that grew a solo career that let her have it all.
In the modern-day world of celebrity, religion often seems reduced to a commodity. A fashionable trend that can be bought into and discarded as easily as a red string Kabbalah bracelet or a designer yoga mat bag. A choice that has more to do with accessorizing than the afterlife.
"I don't really change my values as much as I change the script if I have that power," he says. "My faith, my family come first."
The films earned his stamp of approval in the end, though, because Mr. Heder thought they told good, high-quality stories — and he made sure they contained no explicit references to taboo topics.