Eric Florack on June 18th, 2004

Rochester’s Chronic Democrat here in my hometown, reports the local Democxrats are offering free beer as a bribe for votes. “That’s the plan at today’s East End Festival. Monroe County Democrats have teamed up with High Falls Brewery to offer two free 2-ounce beers to those who register to vote at the festival. Then the […]

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Eric Florack on June 18th, 2004

Yes, I know about Paul Johnson. I don’t have anything factual to add to what everyone else has been saying, except, this will NOT cause the US to back down… so long as there’s a leader in the WH.

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Eric Florack on June 18th, 2004

NewsMax: “Vice Chairman of the 9/11 Commission Lee Hamilton blasted the mainstream press yesterday for distorting the Commission’s findings on links between Iraq and al Qaida, saying those findings actually support Bush administration contentions. ‘The sharp differences that the press has drawn [between the White House and the Commission] are not that apparent to me,’ […]

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Eric Florack on June 18th, 2004

James Joyner over at Outside the Beltway cites the BLS: ” * Over the past year, the unemployment rate has fallen in 46 states. * Non-farm payroll employment increased in 36 states in May. * Over the past year, employment has increased in 44 states. * 37 states now have unemployment rates at or below […]

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Eric Florack on June 18th, 2004

Ron Reagan Jr. apparently inherited not smart one from his father. Or, at least, one wonders if he’s still not grown out of the rebellious stage most kids go through.  In looking at him we have a practical example of the acorn falling too far from the tree, and thereby not becoming a tree, and […]

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