The Kensington Review

6 October 2003

Latest Commentary:
Judging by the hysteria in the American media, Al-Qaeda has a major terror cell operating in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The military has made three arrests, and there are fears that this proves that the Army has been infiltrated. Perhaps the journalists crying "Wolf" should look under their beds for communists while they are at it. These three cases are at best misunderstandings and at worst, examples of the Stockholm syndrome. Click here to read more.

Two stories in the media last week merit joint consideration: the fact that many Iraqi soldiers and scientists lied to their superiors about having weapons of mass destruction and the announcement by North Korea that it has reprocessed 8,000 nuclear fuel rods to produce six to twelve atomic weapons. The former foreshadows the latter because, in bluntest terms, the North Koreans are probably lying to the world. Click here for more.
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"The government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion."
-- George Washington

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