The Kensington Review

12 April 2004

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Dr. Condoleezza Rice finally testified under oath and publicly before the 9/11 Commission last week and acquitted herself reasonably well. Certainly, few if any minds were changed. It was much ado about nothing, but ignored a simple truth -- the attacks were preventable. Click here to read more.

Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi of Japan made it official last week; he will spend only two more years in the job. He is incredibly popular for a leader who has served for 3 years. He is retiring because he wishes to be "liberated" from the job. The fact that he has increased his power to force through more reform is a happy by-product. Click here for more.
Quotation of the Moment:
"The terrorists were at war with us, but we were not yet at war with them."
-- Condoleezza Rice, National Security Advisor
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