The Kensington Review

1 December 2003

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Among the hardest things for anyone to do is admit mistakes. When a political leader does it, it makes headlines because it requires such straight forward honesty that it stands out in the grubby half-truth world of running peoples' lives. When the man in charge of ruling an occupied nation admits to errors, the only thing harder is to avoid saying, "Told you so." Click here to read more.

The International Atomic Energy Agency "strongly deplores" Iran's 18-year-old nuke program that the Tehran theocracy covered up for all that time. For those who think the UN and its associated organizations hold the keys to world peace, this may cause a re-think. Perhaps not, because that would presume they thought in the first place. Click here for more.
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"I subscribe to the quaint notion that, when someone runs for President of the United States, they [sic] ought to be qualified for the job."
-- Gary Hart, former US Senator

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