Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

Reuters is repoting some good news tonight: “LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Reuters) – An al Qaeda operative with close ties to the suspected mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks was captured last week in Iraq, President George W. Bush said on Monday. Bush said the al Qaeda figure, Hassan Ghul, was helping al Qaeda step […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

Cold tommorow. Usually, that means a bad turn out. Add that to the trend of the last few primary races, which has been trending down, and you get the idea this is going to be the smallest turnout yet.  Results on the Democratic party side will end up being Dean,(but not by much) Kerry, Edwards. […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

AP says: “Dow Hits 31-Month High, Rises 134 Points” It was the index’s highest finish since June 21, 2001, when it closed at 10,715.43.

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

If you’re into the screen saver thing, you may want to check out the MER Screen Saver. Says the site: Explore – Every time your screen saver is activated, the latest daily status reports and image updates will be brought automatically to your computer. Every day you’ll read status reports prepared by the mission control […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky. — Bill Clinton, 1/26/98

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

Yahoo! News – Howard Dean Says Iraqis Worse Off Now: Let’s dismantle him with a few of his own quotes on the subject. “‘You can say that it’s great that Saddam is gone and I’m sure that a lot of Iraqis feel it is great that Saddam is gone,’ said the former Vermont governor, an […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

365Gay.com is running a story regarding what they think is a serial killer, who seems to targeting male homosexuals in the Tampa area. Now, how quickly, I wonder, will this stuff fall off the front pages when the killer turns out to be a homosexual himself, and can’t be used as an example of hate?

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

Bill Hobbs points out, via HobbsOnline: “What the press – and Democrats seeking to unseat Bush – will be discussing in the hours and days ahead is the CBO’s projection of a $477 billion deficit for the year, which is, in fact, larger in actual dollars than any previous year’s deficit.” But Hobbs points out […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

Apparently, the Democratic Underground is getting nervous. Check the new Terms of Service just posted over the weekend: 4. Broad-brush statements about all or some of the supporters or opponents of any Democratic Primary candidate are forbidden. Don’t paint people as disruptors or cult members. 5. When discussing any Democratic presidential primary candidate, please refer […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

Matt Hoy asks a question as regards Kerry’s constant blather about a ‘fraudulant coalition’. “Sen. John Kerry again repeated his mantra that the United States went to war in Iraq with an ‘illegitimate coalition.’ Kerry has also used the term ‘fraudulent’ to describe the 34 nations that have sent troops to Iraq, including Great Britain, […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

The Telegraph says this morning that: “David Kay, the former head of the coalition’s hunt for Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, yesterday claimed that part of Saddam Hussein’s secret weapons programme was hidden in Syria.” What have I been saying for months, now?

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2004

The Wall Street Journal has up today, an article by Stephen Sherman which goes into some of the details I mention in this week’s BIT about John Kerry.  Says SHerman: In his book “Stolen Valor,” B.G. Burkett points out that Mr. Kerry liberally used phony veterans to testify to atrocities they could not possibly have […]

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