The Kensington Review

28 April 2003

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The Iraqi city of Karbala saw a pilgrimage last week that had been banned by the Saddam-ite regime for about 33 years. An estimated 1.3 million people marched to the tomb of the martyred grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, Peace Be Unto Him, and bloodied themselves in a sacred fit of self-mutilation. The last thing the West wants is for these people to start voting. Click here to read more.

Senator Phil Santorum (R-PA) got himself into some hot water over comments he made about a pending case that may result in the courts throwing out a Texas law making sodomy a criminal act. In his anti-gay hysteria, his confusion over morality and legality became howlingly apparent. While calls for his resignation will probably go unheeded, a high school vocabulary course is probably in order. Click here for more.
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