The Kensington Review

7 April 2003

Latest Commentary:
For the past few years, experts have been telling the governments and media audiences of the West that the talk on the "Arab Street" was this, that and the other, and attention is warranted sooner than yesterday. Recent events have proved that, if the Arab Street even exists, it doesn't matter one bit, and never has. Click here to read more.

The Democrats have already picked their first string team for primary season. No surprise that the money raising efforts have determined who is in and who is out. The only surprise is that Democratic activists still believe that the primary balloting will matter. Choosing a nominee for both major parties has become a magician's trick, letting the audience choose from among a pre-selected set of choices that vary only slightly from one another. There's less manipulation in a game of three-card monte. Click here for more.
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