The Kensington Review

8 December 2003

Latest Commentary:

The National Rifle Association announced last week that it was thinking of buying a TV or radio station so it could freely express its opinions just prior to elections. There was the usual whinging from those who hate the NRA, but their complaints are misplaced. This move just might make American politics a little more honest. Click here to read more.

A Mid-East peace agreement was signed amid much fanfare and international applause not long ago. Jerusalem was to be shared as the capital city of both Israel and Palestine. The Israelis agreed to live within their pre-1967 borders (more or less), and the Palestinians have given up the right of return. Unfortunately, no one who participated in the signing ceremony matters a damn. Worse, they have probably put off a resolution of the conflict by many years. Click here for more.
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"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.... All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger."
-- Hermann Goering

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