A year ago, I looked at what was coming up in 2003: the imminent war in
As I look back on 2003, I?m amazed and gratified by all that has gone on in each of these areas.
The imminent war in
Noah Oppenheim writing in the Weekly Standard after a trip to
As to the high stakes of AIDS in Africa?19 million already dead with 13 million AIDS orphans?soon after our broadcast, President Bush in his State of the Union Address proposed $15 billion for AIDS relief. His bill has been signed into law and maintains an emphasis on abstinence and making sure that faith-based organizations are not denied access to funds. This was a great foreign policy victory for the president and an even greater victory for those suffering from that dreaded disease.
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