Eric Florack on August 17th, 2004

Billy Beck finally got those tracks up he was working on last week. Update: Link’s been fixed. Sorry. My bad…

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Eric Florack on August 17th, 2004

Reuters has up one of several reports suggesting the economy is doing far better than John Kerry would like. Consumer Prices down Housing starts up wildly Industry output up. Personally, I blame the Bush Tax cuts. So much for the ‘worst economy since the Depression” lie. (Snicker!)

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Steve Kornacki over at has noted a move by some NJ Democrats to push McGreevey out. Question to my mind is, do they have enough time to set up the election for November, even if he was to drop out today? If not, all of this is for show, aimed at quelling screaming from […]

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The Command Post notes: “CNN TV is reporting that British authorities have charged the 8 terrorist suspects seized two weeks ago with conspiracy to commit murder and a public nuisance. Also of interest… authorities report the men planned to use radioactive, chemical, toxic, and explosive substances and that their target was not the UK rather […]

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Eric Florack on August 17th, 2004

Yes, dear readers, in answer to all your e-mails… I have indeed made note of a Reuters News Article on Walter Cronkite yesterday. I hadn’t blogged it as yet because I hadn’t stopped laughing, yet. Most of you noted where Old Pipe and slippers himself notes the tendency of internet folks to ‘smear the innocent […]

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Eric Florack on August 17th, 2004

Nice to see someone with the stature of a Dennis Prager agreeing with my call of yesterday on this sham that New Jersey Governor James McGreevey’s shoved down our throats.

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Eric Florack on August 17th, 2004

NewsMax is running an interesting story this morning. It appears that they’re not happy about the US pullout of Germany. “Base closures would hit us very hard,” fretted Ole Kruse, spokesman for the Bavarian city of Wuerzburg, home of the U.S. Army’s 1st Infantry Division. “We view this with great concern,” Bamberg spokesman Steffen Schuetzewohl […]

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