The Kensington Review

January 2003

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George W. Bush was an oil man, a failed one, but an oil man, nonetheless. So, he might just be paying some attention to the month-long general strike in Venezuela, a country that provides 13% of America's oil. With no oil moving out of Caracas, he may have to decide between Saddam and gas at $3 per gallon. Of course, if he hadn't rashly recognized leaders of a coup that toppled Chavez for less than 48 hours back in April, Mr. Bush might have some influence over the situation. Click here to read more.

There was a saying in Washington a few years ago that if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, the thing in question is a duck. If a Senator talks like a bigot and votes like a bigot, then perhaps the GOP is better off without Trent Lott from Mississippi as its majority leader. The question is, what took him so long to resign? Click here for more.
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