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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Nicholas Thompson
A former liquor store clerk was convicted on Tuesday of selling vodka to a 17-year-old boy whose friend later that day drank alcohol at a party and died in a drunken driving crash.
A day after taking a record-setting seven-stroke lead after two rounds of play, Steve Wheatcroft increased his lead to eight strokes by shooting 6-under 65 on Saturday, leaving the rest of the field with no goal for Sunday except to put together a solid fourth round.
Of all the tiresome cliches of American politics, none is more irritating than the myth of the Cold War and that George F. Kennan and Paul Nitze wrestled for the nation's strategic soul.
Thompson denied selling the liquor without asking for an ID.