The Kensington Review

30 June 2003

Latest Commentary:
The Supreme Court has come down on both sides of the affirmative action issue in the recent cases of Gratz v. Bollinger and Grutter v. Bollinger -- admissions cases at the University of Michigan. The court said it was acceptable to use race as a factor in determining who attended the university, but the point system used there was unconstitutional. It is a shame the court did not expand on the general idiocy of the undergraduate admissions policy. Click here to read more.

India and China were making nice last week, talking about trade and better relations between the world's two most populous countries. In one of those "blink and you miss it" statements, the government of India recognized as Chinese the former country of Tibet. Perhaps now the Dalai Lama will have to get a real job. Click here for more.
Quotation of the Moment:
"Lie down and get kicked if you want to, but as for me, I shall stand and kick."
-- Berthold Brecht

Our Motto:
"Neither Half-Full Nor Half-Empty, the Glass is Too Large."

World Affairs

American Politics

Wall Street

Popular Culture




Contact us

© Copyright 2003 by The Kensington Review. No part of this publication may be used without the written consent of the editor.