The Kensington Review

23 February 2004

Latest Commentary:
The only solid fact that the press seems to be able to report about last week's Wisconsin Primary is the final result -- Senator Kerry 40%, Senator Edwards 34%, Governor Dean 18%, Congressman Kucinich 3%, Reverend Sharpton 2%, General Clark 2%. Everything else that was printed or broadcast was tempest-in-a-teapot bloviation. Click here to read more.

The UN has given its stamp of approval to the idea that there can be no proper elections in Iraq before the election-dictated hand over of sovereignty to . . . well, some Iraqis. While Secretary-General Kofi Annan's man on the ground, Lakhdar Brahimi, undoubtedly got it right, that doesn't mean that there is smooth sailing ahead. In fact, the lack of a hand over to something like a democracy will make the job of the US troops in Iraq more dangerous. Click here for more.
Quotation of the Moment:

"I am no longer actively pursuing the presidency."
-- Governor Howard Dean, MD
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