Eric Florack on June 30th, 2004

AP is reporting:: “NEW YORK (AP) – Stocks pushed back into positive territory in late trading Wednesday as the Federal Reserve announced a widely expected 0.25 percentage point increase in interest rates.” What caused all this? The economy is recovering in leaps and bounds. Go ahead, John Kerry; Tell us all about how the economy […]

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Eric Florack on June 30th, 2004

QandO takes the time to judge Rotundo Moore by his own standards. Moore a Sex offender? Moore responsible for the death of John Candy? Moore a NABMBLA member? The facts on these and more do not look good for the Rotund Liar. Oh, and while I have the subject open, let’s make note of the […]

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I’ve been saying for months that these bozos were going to get desperate. The best example so far this week isThe Irish Trojan’s Blog: “All the external factors seem to point in Bush’s favor: the economy is improving, gas prices are finally falling, and the transfer of sovereignty in Iraq seems likely to shift the […]

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Dan Drezner the other day, posts a link to a Boston Globe Article that by some weird methods tries to give us some sense of the Iraqi street..  The article is a lot less informative than it attempts to be, at least in a literal sense, and there’s certainly an anti-Bush, Anti-American bias in the […]

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Mona Charen answers the question. But more; She actually proves it. She points out, as regards one of the biggest haters of all, both in terms of impact and sheer poundage… one Rotundo Moore. She makes the case that far from denoucing his lies, the Democrats are party to them: What should not go unnoticed […]

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World Net Daily is reporting this morning: “Following the formal handover of sovereignty to Baghdad, 15 Iraqi and Iraqi-American groups have issued an open letter to the American people, thanking them for the sacrifices they endured to liberate their country. ” So, where is the mainstream press, in terms of spreading this word? The story […]

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Eric Florack on June 29th, 2004 reports a quote from Hillary Clinton: “‘Many of you are well enough off that … the tax cuts may have helped you,’ Sen. Clinton said. ‘We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away […]

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Eric Florack on June 29th, 2004

Canadian Terry Pearson weighs in on the election up north (or in my case, just west of here) last night.

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I’ve not had the chance to go over last night’s election results. Robert Brenzie has, however, and posts the results in The Toronto Star “While Liberal Leader Paul Martin has won the most seats in the Commons with 135 as of midnight compared with 97 for Conservative Leader Stephen Harper ? it remains unclear whether […]

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Eric Florack on June 29th, 2004

Michael Evans makes the point I’ve made often enough in this space: Saddam’s WMDs are in Syria. He goes on to list serious evidence to that conclusion. Worth the read.

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Eric Florack on June 28th, 2004

THE BELGRAVIA DISPATCH is reporting that Wilson aparently Botched his mission to Niger… you”’ recall that was the one where we were investigating reports of illicit trade in uranium from Niger to Iraq. Says the Dispatch: “To be sure, as the FT article reminds us, some documents that detailed alleged uranium transfers as between Niger […]

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The Smoking Gun debunks a claim from Rotundo Moore that he’s not in the Democrat Party: “JUNE 28–Prior to last week’s Washington, D.C. premiere of ‘Fahrenheit 9/11,’ Michael Moore denied that the new film represents his de facto endorsement of John Kerry. ‘I am an Independent,’ the filmmaker told reporters. ‘I’m not a member of […]

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Eric Florack on June 28th, 2004

Amongst all the encouraging news coming in this morning, is This Story: from the Brits about the idiodic thug Mike Tyson. (No, I won’t call this idiot a boxer.) “Boxing legend Mike Tyson has been sleeping in homeless shelters and living like a ‘street bum’ since declaring himself bankrupt. ”

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Eric Florack on June 28th, 2004

CNN says gas prices are down again, and are continuing to fall. And have you noticed that there isn’t nearly the noise being made about this, as they made during the run up a few months back? The reason’s simple enough; The run up didn’t help the President, and the prices falling help him. Gee; […]

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Eric Florack on June 28th, 2004

McQ over at Q and O points up an AP write-up describing the early handover of power to the interem government in Iraq. BAGHDAD, Iraq – The U.S.-led coalition transferred sovereignty to an interim Iraqi government two days early Monday in a surprise move that apparently caught insurgents off guard, averting a feared campaign of […]

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