The Kensington Review

24 February 2003

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President Jacques Chirac has laid the groundwork for a reversal of his Iraqi policy that leaves him a chance at a no-lose situation. Although he has damaged France's relationship with the US in the process, he has won the hearts and minds of French voters by standing up to President Bush the Lesser. His latest statement about Iraqi missiles positions him to lead the French into war wholeheartedly. Click here to read more.

A moment of silence for young Jesice Santillan, who died at the age of 17 following a second heart and lung transplant last week. And then days of anger because she was killed not only by a disease and a terrible medical mistake, but also by public policy in America that prevents automatic organ harvesting. Click here for more.
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"People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf."
-- George Orwell

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