The Kensington Review

26 May 2003

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Christie Todd Whitman, head of the EPA and former governor of New Jersey, announced her departure from the Bush administration last week. As environmental spokeswoman for a White House of anti-greens, she had a lousy hand dealt to her from the beginning. However, she made a mistake in playing an environmentalist when she should better have acted as an apologist. In hindsight, her integrity would have been best served to decline the job in the first place. Click here to read more.

The United Nations has finally bowed to reality and lifted the economic sanctions it imposed on the Ba'athist regime of Iraq at the end of Operation Desert Storm. The US and UK are recognized as occupying powers for international legal purposes, and the UN has a humanitarian role. In short, what Tony Blair and George Bush said would happen has happened. Click here for more.
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