Eric Florack on January 27th, 2005

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Eric Florack on January 27th, 2005

You will, by now have seen Hillary Clinton making noises like apro-lifer. I labeled it a cynical attempt at getting up and marching in front of the parade that was about to mash her into the MacAdam.  The American Princess goes farther than that, saying, in part: You Know What, Hillary? Let’s Go. “If you […]

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Eric Florack on January 27th, 2005

Slashdot | Worm Hits Windows Machines Running MySQL You know who you are.

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Eric Florack on January 27th, 2005

Dizzy Girl Gennie’s got a family emergency going. No actions required, but they could use your kind thoughts and prayers.

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Eric Florack on January 27th, 2005

Michelle Malkin points out more Democrat fraud today. Besides allegations that he used millions of dollars in federal Help America Vote Act funds to boost his political profile and reward Democratic allies, [Shelley] also faces two state investigations and a federal probe into accusations he accepted campaign contributions from a political ally that had been […]

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Eric Florack on January 27th, 2005

AP’s Tim Molloy writes from Glendale, California, the site of that train crash yesterday. “Authorities said Juan Manuel Alvarez, 25, of Compton, parked his sport utility vehicle on the tracks and got out before a Metrolink train smashed into it. The train then derailed and collided with another train going in the opposite direction. That […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2005

CNNhas the initial reports. “This whole incident was started by a deranged individual who was suicidal,” said Glendale Police Chief Randy Adams. The suspect, identified as Juan Manuel Alvarez, 26, got out of the vehicle before impact and watched the collision, Adams said. Alvarez of Compton, California, is in custody and is expected to be […]

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More as I find.

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2005

AP s reporting Doctor Rice was confirmed by the Senate, 85-13. And for once, John McCain gets it right: “On the Senate floor Wednesday, Sen. John McCain (news, bio, voting record), R-Ariz., suggested Democrats are sore losers. Rice had enough votes to win confirmation, as even her Democratic critics acknowledge, McCain said. “So I wonder […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2005

Captain’s Quarters suggests this Maggie Gallagher business isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. I tend to agree.

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2005

Blogs of War has a great bit up just now, from Lorraine Jablonsky, a 17year old student from the People’s Republic of New Jersey. It’s called A Critical Confrontation “Abu Musab al-Zarqawi has declared a “fierce war on this evil principle of democracy” and the people who believe in democracy. He has made clear that […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2005

Outside The Beltway notes 31 people dying in a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter crash this morning, and muses: As I’ve noted numerous times, helicopters are dangerous even in a non-hostile environment. They do things fixed wing aircraft can’t but the price is sometimes very high. Just so, James.  I knew a couple people who died […]

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Eric Florack on January 26th, 2005

Senator John Cornyn puts up an excellent op-Ed in today’s Useless Toady, called‘Good man’ follows the law Says he: “Judge Alberto Gonzales is an exceptional attorney, devoted public servant and good man of humble beginnings. His nomination to serve as our 80th attorney general — and our first of Hispanic descent — is an inspiring […]

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Eric Florack on January 25th, 2005

Outside The Beltway has the details… and it’s not what you think.

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Jihad watch has posted an interesting update to that case. “The police and prosecutor are “very scared” of this case. The Muslim community in Jersey City is putting enormous pressure on City Hall to softpedal the case. Says my source: “They [police and prosecutor] want this case to go away quickly because of that.” Both […]

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