The Kensington Review

20 October 2003

Latest Commentary:
The Supreme Court has decided to hear a case that may result in the "Pledge of Allegiance" getting bounced from school rooms for being unconstitutional. In a bout of church and state silliness that baffles most outside the US, atheists and fundamentalists have fought this battle for many years. Not once has the real matter been addressed; does the child mouthing the words understand them? Click here to read more.

The Bush Administration moved a bit closer to harmonious relations with the rest of the world over Iraq with a 15-0 Security Council vote in favor of the latest resolution on Iraq. The details are not particularly interesting, full of the usual meta-language in which UN resolutions are written. What is significant is the acceptance by the world body of the Anglo-American fait accompli in Iraq; even the Syrians went along. Click here for more.
Quotation of the Moment:
"Senior administration officials have what I call faith-based intelligence. They knew what they wanted the intelligence to show."
-- Greg Thielmann, Former US State Department Official

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