The Kensington Review

18 August 2003

Latest Commentary:
The lead story for this issue was changed when 50 million North Americans lost electrical power on Thursday. The mightiest nation in the history of mankind saw one in five citizens (and not a few of its good neighbors in Canada) forcibly returned to medieval conditions. There is no excuse for it, but the responsibility dodging has begun. Click here to read more.

The legislature of Argentina has voted to repeal the amnesty granted to former members of the military regime that ran the country until 1982. It is clearly the exception to the rule that justice delayed is justice denied. There is hope now that there will be some justice. Click here for more.
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-- Arlo Guthrie, American Folk Musician

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