The Kensington Review

19 January 2004

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Some time this week, the media will announce a winner in the Iowa caucuses, helping determine who the Democratic front-runner is, who is still in the race, and who's finished already. However, what the media have largely failed to do is explain precisely what is happening. Like the electoral college that put Mr. Bush in the White House (with some help from the Supreme Court), the Iowa caucus can create a result that appears contrary to democratic principles. Click here to read more.

British Terror Expert Says War Can Be Won -- By 2039 The recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas overshadowed another meeting held in that den of iniquity and fun -- the US Government Convention on Emerging Technologies. While the world's tech reporter's "oohed" and "aahed" over new MP3 players, iPods and such, few of them noticed a speech by Superintendent Stuart Harrison at the lesser event. A British terrorism authority, Superintendent Harrison, said the war on terror would take 35 to 50 years to win. Click here for more.
Quotation of the Moment:
"I'm not very keen for doves or hawks. I think we need more owls."
-- Senator George Aiken, (R-VT) 1892 - 1984

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