Ed Driscoll

2003 WAS AN ASTONISHING YEAR

2003 WAS AN ASTONISHING YEAR FOR FREEDOM: Saddam Hussein was toppled, Khaddafi is allowing nuclear inspections, and Al-Qaida is on the run. The stock market, a forward-looking economic indicator, and a pretty reasonable benchmark for the privately owned wealth of the nation’s citizens, had its first positive year since 1999. And most Americans have had their eyes opened to the dangers of terrorism and its appeasement. So what does AP have to say about all this?
World Rings in 2004 Amid Grim Backdrop
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