Eric Florack on January 8th, 2004

Lotto suit dropped, says she’d lied: “CLEVELAND (AP) – A woman said through tears Thursday that she lied about losing the winning ticket for a $162 million lottery prize awarded to another woman. Elecia Battle, 40, is dropping her lawsuit to block payment of the 11-state Mega Millions jackpot to the certified winner, her lawyer […]

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Eric Florack on January 8th, 2004

I generally don’t bother posting NYT articles, for a few reasons… their demands we ‘register’ is one such. As a rule I won’t link to anything that isn’t in the clear; I figure there’s no reason inthe world for it NOT to be,and so refuse to give anyone who demands such ‘registration’ the hits. That, […]

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Eric Florack on January 8th, 2004

Give Public Broadcasting its Freedom…Now A great case for removing NPR/CPB from the government teat.

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Eric Florack on January 8th, 2004

Neal Boortz has a firm handle on why Dean’s in trouble: “How long does it take for the bloom to fade off a rose who: *Wants to raise taxes on every single living American who actually pays taxes. *Can’t say that Osama bin Laden was responsible for 9/11 .. but can say that Bush may […]

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Eric Florack on January 8th, 2004

Yes, I know, I normally don’t link the NYT, for seveal reasons. This time, though, there’sa reason. When even THEY admit things like this…. Dean Starts Watching His Words: “BURLINGTON, Vt., Jan. 7 — With a wary eye on Gen. Wesley K. Clark’s rise in national and New Hampshire polls, Howard Dean’s campaign has begun […]

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