Eric Florack on July 8th, 2003

“It’s easier for most Latin guys and it’s easier for most minority people because most of us come from heat. You don’t find too many brothers in New Hampshire and Maine and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. … We were brought over here for the heat, right? Isn’t that history? Weren’t we brought over because […]

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Useless Toady posted a hit piece today on Mr. Justice Antonin Scalia. The article says: Writing for the majority in a landmark decision supporting gay civil rights, Justice Anthony Kennedy noted that the European Court of Human Rights and other foreign courts have affirmed the ”rights of homosexual adults to engage in intimate, consensual conduct.” […]

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Eric Florack on July 8th, 2003

In an article in the Austin American-Statesman Steve forbes admits today he misjudged then-fellow- candidate George W. Bush. Says the article: “He’s done extremely well,” Forbes said. “We got a good tax cut through. The Federal Reserve is behaving. I think the foreign policy situation will clear up by year end as we root out […]

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Eric Florack on July 8th, 2003

David Limbaugh shows us more wisdom than most with his first words in his most recent column: How ironic that when a movie producer takes artistic license with historical events, he is lionized as artistic, creative and brilliant, but when another takes special care to be true to the real-life story, he is vilified. Saywhat […]

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Eric Florack on July 8th, 2003

Once seeing this was apparently not enough. It’s happened again. Careful, this one’s rather graphic. The interesting twist here is the kid who was driving won’t be charged. The pedestrian was wearing dark clothing at night, and the kid wasn’t on drugs or booze. Now where was that transcript of the other trial?

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Eric Florack on July 8th, 2003

Larry Kaplan this morning: The good news here is that, after a decade of touting microinitiatives, school uniforms, and Fleetwood Mac tunes, the party of Harry Truman has finally rediscovered its voice on national security issues. The bad news is that it’s the voice of George McGovern. Rather than claim the mantle of Truman, John […]

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