The Kensington Review

17 March 2003

Latest Commentary:
President George W. Bush met with Prime Ministers Blair and Aznar in the Azores just a few hours ago, and the grim faces on those three, their staffs and the press all said that war is coming very soon. The question is, why fly all the way to the Azores to announce what has been Washington's policy for over a year? Click here to read more.

Virginia Congressman James Moran, a Democrat, was hoist on his own petard this week for claiming the looming war with Iraq could be stopped but that Jewish leaders wanted it. Leaving aside for a moment the age old "blame-the-Jews" mentality it betrays, Mr. Moran's didn't even get the Jewish position right. He has had to resign as regional minority whip (rather a non-job), but he ought to reconsider membership in the US Congress on the grounds, not only of bigotry, but of being downright stupid and ill-informed. Click here for more.
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"The enemy is anybody who's going to get you killed, no matter which side he's on."
-- Joseph Heller in Catch-22

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