The Kensington Review

October 2002

Latest Commentary:
Senator Torricelli of New Jersey has finally realized that being crooked, and being caught at it, really impairs one's re-election chances. And so, he has dropped out of the race for the New Jersey Senate seat he holds just a month before voting takes place. The state Democratic Party is hurrying to replace him, but the party is to blame for re-nominating him and deserves to lose the seat. Click here for more.

Thanks to the kerfuffle about UN resolutions and Congressional support for regime change in Iraq, the world has chosen to close its eyes to a simple fact about US-Iraqi relations -- namely, the shooting never stopped. Western, mainly US, aircraft enforce no-fly zones in Iraq by using live ammunition. This means that when the war comes, the spark will likely be a conscript Iraqi soldier hitting a multi-billion dollar plane with a lucky shot from his AA gun. Read on by clicking here.
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"All the horrors of the Reign of Terror were based on a concern for public tranquility."
-- Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace

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