The Kensington Review

11 August 2003

Latest Commentary:
"Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California" may be a phrase that brings more than a titter to a conversation, but it became a likelihood last week when The Terminator decided to throw his hat into the ring in the weird race to possibly replace Gray Davis in the governor's office in Sacramento. His probably victory comes not from his own political acumen, experience and vision, but rather from the strange political situation in California. Click here to read more.

There was another bombing by Muslim fanatics in Indonesia last week, this time outside the Jakarta Marriott. About a dozen people were killed and more than 100 wounded. While the exact time and place was unpredictable, the act itself was forecast in the Kensington Review months ago. The war on terror is now being fought outside of the developed world, and that is where it must be won. Click here for more.
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