Eric Florack on October 28th, 2004

OK, I guess I should admit it; I’ve never been too fond of the Red Sox.  And I’ve found myself particularly detached from them after the antics of their fans the other night. However, I will also admit to being somewhat torn on this point, given that my favorite team is whoever happens to be […]

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Eric Florack on October 28th, 2004

Am I supposed to feel sorry for this murderous bastard? Sorry, but in my view they should have called in enough airstrikes on Ramallah to make some interesting glass sculptures out of it, upwards of 20 years ago. Brutal? Perhaps. But it would have saved a lot of lives in the process. How many people […]

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Eric Florack on October 28th, 2004

Ann Coulter weighs in, noting that while Democrats only seem to notice blacks when the vote is pending.. “Here are your crumbs, your scraps, your measly handouts. Too bad you’re so childish, incompetent and dependent, huh? Now run along and cast your vote for the guy with the “D” next to his name and we’ll […]

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2004

The answer to the missing explosives may have just been broken wide open… And this is not going to bode well for John Kerry. The story, written by no less than Bill Gertz, in tomorrow’s The Washington Times suggests that Russia had moved the missing weaponry from Iraq to Syria. “John A. Shaw, the deputy […]

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2004

Reuters is reporting something of passing interest… LONDON (Reuters) – Scientists in Australia have found a new species of hobbit-sized humans who lived about 18,000 years ago on an Indonesian island in a discovery that adds another piece to the complex puzzle of human evolution… … The partial skeleton of Homo floresiensis, found in a […]

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2004

Does it strike anyone else as insanity? John Kerry’s complaining about a mere 380 tons of explosives, (which as it tunrs out, wasn’t the US’s fault, and Kerry’s properly gonna get spanked on that flub) but Kerry’s MORE than willing to provide a few megatons worth of explosive power to Iran… Which is the bigger […]

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2004

The most recent poling data comes to us from Pakistan, and is currently in the hands of the CIA, says Matt Drudge: In the last week before the election, ABCNEWS is holding a videotaped message from a purported al Qaeda terrorist warning of a new attack on America, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. The terrorist […]

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2004

Q&O is htis week’s BitsBlog of the week, because of Jon Henke’s post regards what he calls NYTroGate. Q&O has been a great site since day one, and continues to get better. Their fresh new look is inviting, and it’s a part of my daily read list… it should be on yours, as well.

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2004

The AP, apparently seeing that the attempt to push the 380 tons of explosives being missing as Bush’s fault have backfired, are now reduced to trying the old, tired, discredited meme about Bush Deserted the National Guard posting. The article charges that ” Unearthed under legal pressure, three-decade-old documents portray President Bush (news – web […]

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Howard Dean was in Montreal last night, claiming to speak for Americans when he apologized to Canadians for the President’s actions. That demands a response, which I posted as this week’s BitsBit:An Open Letter to Canada

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Westfield, NY–As this is written, I’m about 45 miles south west of Buffalo, pretty much along both Interstate 90, and the shore of Lake Erie. I’m also along the “Twin Raceways” of CSX and Norfolk Southern Railways. I’m writing while I wait for some train photo ops. Usually, I don’t have long to wait on […]

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Kaus points out a transcript of John Kerry that raises some interesting questions. “I have no doubt, I’ve never had any doubt — and I’ve said this publicly — about our ability to be successful in Afghanistan. We are and we will be. The larger issue, John, is what happens afterwards. How do we now […]

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Eric Florack on October 26th, 2004

Boortz has an update this morning, regarding those missing explosives… the ones that John Kerry’s been trying to make an issue out of. “Last night we get a report on NBC news that the explosives were already missing when U.S. troops arrived at the storage location on April 10, 2003.  The last time the IAEA […]

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Eric Florack on October 25th, 2004

…with the truth and the information to defeat the Democrats! Don’t let the Dems and their efforts to prevent the public from seeing the powerful documentary Stolen Honor stop you from seeing the full documentary. While looking at the Rott, I discovered that Stolen Honor is available for viewing on line. Take a look and […]

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Eric Florack on October 25th, 2004

Billy Beck makes note of the latest lipsync scandal. And I do tend to agree with Billy that for the most part there’s no reason for it, I can think of one such ‘scandal’ that had a bit more reason behind it, and so was a bit more of a borderline case; Jeff Lynne’s Electric […]

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