The Kensington Review

13 October 2003

Latest Commentary:
The People of California have spoken, and they have to live with their decision. Gray Davis will cease to be governor some time in November, and Arnold Schwarzenegger of Stryia, Austria, will take up the role. He had better succeed, but the odds are against it. Click here to read more.

Eager to help America, its NATO ally, the Turkish cabinet agreed to send around 10,000 Turkish troops to Iraq. The country's parliament ratified this decision, several months after rejecting the very same idea when there was a chance Turkish troops might be shot at by Iraqis. What has changed is not the danger to Turkish troops so much as America's agreement to let the Turks pound away at a Kurdish political group. Click here for more.
Quotation of the Moment:
"That which ought to have been done is to be regarded as done."
-- California Civil Code, Maxims of Jurisprudence #3529

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