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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tommy Dorsey
Music is the love of his life, the grandeur that moves him to greater spiritual heights, an ennobling passion, from jiving and playing marching band music to celebrating orchestral and church music.
Here's Sinatra again, from his birth in Hoboken, N.J. in 1915 to his Oscar in Hollywood in 1954, and the gang's all here: his domineering mother and ineffectual father, his long-suffering wife Nancy, Ava Gardner, Harry James, Tommy Dorsey (look, look, there's Lucky Luciano!), swooning bobby-soxers and savage critics.
"The baritone is the sweetest horn ever built" and, perhaps, the sweetest that "ever lived," he said.