Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

From the mail bag: LISTEN UP, ONE AND ALL: Dust off that old VCR!  Break out a fresh tape! Or, for you “rich Republicans,” plug in your TiVo.  C-SPAN, as part of its Road to the White House, is broadcasting Sen. Kerry’s 1971 testimony before Sen. Fulbright this Sunday night (6:30 & 9:30).  Just as […]

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Don’t know yet what to make of this report from CNN: “ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (CNN) — Pakistani forces have surrounded what may be a ‘high-value’ al Qaeda target in Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan, President Pervez Musharraf told CNN. ‘We feel that there may be a high-value target,’ Musharraf told CNN. ‘I can’t say who.’ […]

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Ann Coulter points out while blasting the Spanish capituation, that John Kerry in reality DOES have forign leaders that support him: “Before he was put into office because he supported policies favored by al-Qaida terrorists, appeasement candidate Zapatero said: ‘I want Kerry to win.’ Kerry is also supported by North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il, […]

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Tehran Webcam File these under future use.

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

New York Post’s Ken Timmerman lays out the case that the French were in it for the oil.: “March 16, 2004 — MANY Americans are convinced even today that the war in Iraq was all about oil. And they’re right – but oil was the key for French President Jacques Chirac, not for the United […]

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

The Galvin Opinion is running an interesting story of someone pushing a political position at great personal expense: “Kerri Dunn, a visiting professor at Claremont McKenna College in California, claimed that her car was vandalized in a very obscene and grotesque way. There was an explosion of emotion at Claremont McKenna and nearby colleges as […]

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

LGF points out that John Kerry and his wife are heling to fund the Islamofacist front group CAIR through the TIDES fud “Charity”:: “CAIR is among the organizations Tides has announced it is “privileged” to support.”

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Rich Lowry on Al Franken on National Review Online Franken gets Fisked by Rich Lowry, as regards Rich’s book… Which by the way is in the right column. Both the clumn and Lowry’s column tis week are must reads.

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Michelle Malkin: The Dems’ ‘First Responder’ fakeout: “Kerry, you see, was speaking before the International Association of Fire Fighters, whose president, Harold Schaitberger, is national co-chair of the Kerry for President Committee. Their complaint is not that Bush has done too little to fight terrorism, but that he has showered too little government funding on […]

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

“Courtney Love”

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Wanna see who your neighbors are donating to, politically? TryFundrace.org Some VERY interesting breakouts.

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Eric Florack on March 18th, 2004

Explain to me how YahooTHIS isn’t capitulation to terrorists by Spain: “CAIRO, Egypt – The Islamic militant group that claimed responsibility for last week’s Madrid train bombings has called a truce with Spain to give the new government time to withdraw troops from Iraq (news – web sites), a London-based Arabic-language newspaper said Wednesday.”

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Because I think the content of this speech of great import, I post it here in full. Discussion is encrouaged. 10:41 A.M. PST THE VICE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Well, thank you very much, Fred. I appreciate the warm welcome to Simi Valley, and to the library of one of our greatest Presidents. Today is my […]

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