Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

Sky News serves up a little dose of reality: (This is a Sky News Photo, obviously) Says Sky: “Children as young as 10 are being recruited to fight for the Palestinian cause. Sky News has gained access to a young people’s camp in Gaza, where the only lesson taught is how to kill Israelis. The […]

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Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

The Command Post is busy tracking a story we’ll all be watching with interest tonight: “Close associate of Osama bin Laden, Khaled al-Harbi, surrenders to Saudi security officials in Tehran, Saudi official says. Details soon” Command Post seems to have a better handle on this story tha I at the moment.

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Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

I seem to have evolved. After noting a similar state of affairs over at Bill Hobbs’ place, I looked at my own rating for the first time in some months, and noted that I too, had been shifted upwards… I am now an “Adorable Little Rodent”, up from “Flappy Bird”. While I suppose to a […]

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Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

Jon Henke over at Q&Oweighs in on the “myth” that Kerry is the most liberal Senator, saying, in part: Kevin Drum does some myth-busting of his own.  In response to a bit of “common knowledge”–i.e., Kerry is the “most liberal Senator”–that’s been propogated by critics of Kerry, Kevin pulls a Harvey and points out the […]

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Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

Such is the question being asked by Rich Lowry , who is a regular read for me. says Rich: “…People of good will disagree about whether America should have gone to war in Iraq.’ …Democratic-platform draft language What to make of a political party that doesn’t officially have a position on the biggest policy question […]

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Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

Armstrong Williams says Preisdent Bush was correct in telling the NAACP “thanks anyway”. “NAACP Chairman Julian Bond opened the organization’s 95th annual convention with harsh words for the Republicans and the President. The Republican Party appeals to “the dark underside of American culture, to that minority of Americans who reject democracy and equality,” snarled Bond, […]

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Eric Florack on July 13th, 2004

FNC is reporting: “Reports show that fringe groups are hatching a plot on the Internet, telling people how to attack and trick police with the ultimate goal of evacuating Madison Square Garden (search). The suggestions include everything from throwing marbles in the path of police-mounted horses to going to shooting ranges before heading to the […]

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