Eric Florack on December 26th, 2003

Saddam: Former Leader of the Global Jihad? It’s official: Saddam Hussein is no longer a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad. The committee of Ashrafs, a group in Baghdad that guards the Muslim Prophet’s genealogy, has admitted that Saddam forced them to add him to Muhammad’s family tree. Three days after he was captured by American […]

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2003

Dean’s secure in his view of Saddam Dean said there was no evidence to suggest the Bush administration’s use of force against Iraq had anything to do with Libya’s move. Apparently, Dean needs to read this

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2003

Man blows a fuse in lights competition “JENSEN BEACH — A friendly Christmas lights competition at Parkside Apartments turned nasty Monday when one of the also-rans ‘became enraged’ at his loss and pulled several lights from the winner’s display, according to Martin County sheriff’s reports.” Ya know, somehow, I don’t get the impression this is […]

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2003

b e a g l e 2 : news “The fate of Beagle 2 remains uncertain this morning after the giant radio telescope at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire, UK, failed in its first attempt to detect any signal from the spacecraft. ” God bless ’em for trying, but I doubt now they’ll find out what’s […]

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2003

Charles Krauthammer: Aftershocks of war The Democrats seem congenitally incapable of understanding that force has not just the effect of disarming the immediate enemy, but has a deterrent effect on others similarly situated. Iraq was not attacked randomly. It was attacked as part of a clearly enunciated policy — now known as the Bush Doctrine […]

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Eric Florack on December 26th, 2003

Canceled flights avert terror attack Says WND: “U.S. government officials say they believe some of the passengers scheduled to board one of the flights from Paris canceled because of security concerns might have intended to hijack it and crash-land in Las Vegas, according to the Washington Post.” Here’s another example of the Bush Admoinistation and […]

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