Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

Then, there’s the story about the poor guy in Boston, one Mark F. Pasquale, whose Pizza shop… HalfTime Pizza, which is across from the Fleet Center, who kinda figured on making Pizza for the Donkey convention hand over fist. No such luck. The Barriers go up, and then he finds out the delegates are getting […]

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

McQ over at QandO quotes an AP article on the 9/11 commission report: “The highly anticipated report provided new details on contacts between Iraq and al-Qaida, noting that Osama bin Laden began exploring a possible alliance in the early 1990s. In one new disclosure, the report says that an Iraqi delegation traveled to Afghanistan in […]

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

Instapundit notes just now that he… ” got an email from a journalist asking me to assess Bill Keller’s Times so far. I’d say the answer is — not really any better than under Howell Raines.” Big freakin shock, Glenn. Remember, I’ve already addresed this issue, back in June of Last Year… I said at […]

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

Instapundit suggests” If I were Karl Rove, I’d encourage Republicans to counter this by prefacing all comments on the report with something like this: “In light of the ongoing criminal investigation involving charges that former Kerry foreign policy adviser Sandy Berger stole top secret documents from Commission files, we can’t be sure that the Commission […]

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

AP has an interesting report about it. I’ll comment as I get a chance to digest it all.

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

Martin Peretz over at TNR: The tale spun by former Ambassador Joseph Wilson that Iraq did not ever try to buy uranium yellowcake from Niger is now in the process of unraveling. And, of course, the phalanx of anti-war journalists is desperately trying to stop the bust-up. But it can’t be done. He also makes […]

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

Thanks to a suggestion from Q&O’s Jon Henke, (and some quick coding work from yours, truly…) Trackback is now online. Thanks, Jon.

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

Boortz this morning notes a book I’ve been thinking about getting anyway: The Connection : How al Qaeda’s Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered America by Stephen F. Hayes Hayes does a fair job, I am told of detroying the liberal myth that there was no AQ/Saddam connection.

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2004

This Washtington Post Article (sorry, registration required) is remarkable in two ways: One, that they even try to address this issue when their counterpart, the NYTimes is playing it so seriously partisan, as described over at the Belgravia Dispatch but more because it blows up the Clintonite’s defenses After Berger’s previous visit, in September, Archives […]

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