The Kensington Review

14 July 2003

Latest Commentary:
The marketing people who have taken over American politics have developed a new term, "NASCAR Dads." Taking its place next to "Soccer Moms," this lamentable phrase will be over done before the Iowa primaries. Defined as white, working-class men who are pro-Republican, the labeling of this group is yet another attempt to put the cart of voters ahead of the horse of issues. Click here to read more.

President Bush is not the smartest man ever to occupy the Oval Office, and his own mother would likely not argue the point, but he has a practical reasoning that has helped him fail upward in life. America's Africa policy seems about to benefit from this where more intellectual presidents have been unwilling, uninterested or unable to address the continent's needs, and America's as well. Click here for more.
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"All of the books in the world contain no more information than is broadcast as video in a single large American city in a single year. Not all bits have equal value."
-- Professor Carl Sagan, Cosmologist

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