Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

Miller’s Time has an announcement about a cruise Democrats will find of interest.

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

ANNE BAYEFSKY has details: From whom did the U.N. get advice? There was Tariq Ramadan of Switzerland’s Fribourg University, who was denied entry to the U.S. in August on the basis of a law concerning aliens who have used a “position of prominence within any country to endorse or espouse terrorist activity” or are considered […]

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

It’s about time Paul Martin grew a spine! CBC is reporting: “CBC-OTTAWA – Prime Minister Paul Martin expelled renegade Liberal MP Carolyn Parrish from the party’s caucus on Thursday, citing her “unacceptable” behaviour. Martin told reporters that while he has defended the controversial MP’s right to speak in the past, he “cannot, as leader of […]

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

SINGAPORE – AP: ” Bill Gates might not use AOL, but he’s definitely got mail. The Microsoft Corp. chairman receives millions of Internet messages a day, said Steve Ballmer, the company’s chief executive. ‘Bill literally receives 4 million pieces of e-mail per day, most of it spam,’ Ballmer said Thursday. “ And he’s supposed to […]

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

Hey, Billy You’re quite right; It is in the end, ideas that matter. But here’s the thing; The ideas, I think are reflected in the cultural values of each of the areas Greg’s talking about. I think this most recent election was the biggest indication of a cultural war in progress, that we’ve ever had. […]

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

I wasn’t quite sure how to react to today’s WSJ column by Peggy Noonan. I really wasn’t. I’m still working these thoughts out in my own head as I type this, but I wonder if the Blogging world can take note of the general tone of her words, here. We on the right side of […]

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2004

A few days ago, I commented on the Presdient’s nomination of Dr. Rice as the new secretary of state. Neal Boortz today, echoes my comments…  and expands on them, including copies of a couple of the rather racist editoral cartoons being used by the Democrats against Dr. Rice. It’s worth a look.

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