Eric Florack on July 3rd, 2003

Respectful note is made of the passing of Sir Dennis Thatcher, husband of Lady Margaret Thatcher. His funeral was today in England.  Sir Dennis was 88. And a nod of respect as well to Herbie Mann, who joined Heaven’s band on July first. He was 73. And as if to comfirm the concept that these […]

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“Black politicians and civil rights organizations’ loyalty to the education establishment means academic doom to black youngsters. Washington, D.C,. politics and its schools, among the worse in the nation, are a case in point. Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, along with most members of the Congressional Black Caucus, use private schools to educate their children. But, […]

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Eric Florack on July 3rd, 2003

IF YOU PLAN not to read this summer, (Hillary Clinton’s Ghost written) “Living History” is just the book. Gotta love anyone who comes up with that line. P.J. O’Rourke, in this case.

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Larry Kudlow says Americans think the Economy is on the right track. Then, he goes ahead in today’s column and makes a strong case that their perception is correct.

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Eric Florack on July 3rd, 2003

One of the better bits I’ve seen this week, comes from Doctor Thomas Sowell. It’s required reading.

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