Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

From the article: Last week, the Million Mom March had a shindig on the front steps of West Palm Beach City Hall to commemorate national ASK Day, a day designed to remind parents to ask whether guns are in the houses where their children play. Four people came. My guess is, that reality is finally […]

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

Diana West has come up with an excellent article which asks some questions which are bound to be uncomfortable for Howard Dean… If he ever makes it to the final round, these questions ought to send him packing easily enough. Questions like: …how come Gov. Dean, who is campaigning on his state record, sealed his […]

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

A while ago, on usenet, I made the statement that one of the objects behind our action in Iraq was Palastinian peace. Conformation of this came up this morning: BY JAMES TARANTO Tuesday, July 1, 2003 3:27 p.m. EDT We Told You So Did we not say, back in March 2002, that the road to […]

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

In case you’ve not heard from our usual news suspects, there’s a revolution going on in Liberia.  Our president, George W. Bush has been asking Charles Taylor, the President there to step down. Thus far, the request has been refused. A bit of a twist, here, though. The revolutionaries trying to overthrow the government there […]

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

Salon is in debt… bigtime. Here’s the figures — By way of Drudge…

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

You’ll recall I promised to keep you up to date on the outrage at Oxford. Here’s an update on that. Isn’t it amazing how a New York Times writer, Diana Jean Schemo has to go outside the Times to get stories about anti-Jewish racism printed?

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

Jeff Rosen in The New Republic this morning, makes an excellent case against the Lawrence case in Texas; one of the better ones I’ve seen. Interestingly, he makes the same comments as regards judicial activism as I did a few days ago while responding to Andrew Sullivan.

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Eric Florack on July 2nd, 2003

An interesting article this mornng from the Telegraph.  Among other things, the writer, Janet Daley, points up the prevailing attitude at the BBC: What is most disturbing about encounters with BBC current affairs people is not that one has disagreements with them, but that they regard their own quite narrow frame of reference as the […]

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