The Kensington Review

December 2002

Latest Commentary:
The Department of Homeland Security finally exists in law. President Bush successfully stole the idea from the Democrats, made it the GOP's own bill, and then loaded it with special interest favors. Despite the bickering, the bill will not provide any more security than currently exists, and it doesn't no new significant harm to civil liberties because they have already taken such a beating. Click here to read more.

The Communist Party of China has held its 16th congress, and the way for the fourth generation of Red leaders of China has been blazed by Hu Jintao, who was annointed heir apparent to Ziang Jemin. Much has been written already about what this means for China and the world, but the truth is that Hu is another in a long line of Chinese leaders with a mailed glove covering an iron fist. Click here for more.
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