Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Just go here. Now.

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Outside The Beltway is linking a Mecury News story saying Eason Jordan has quit. His job, I think could have been saved had the tapes of the event come forward. Or, maybe not, huh? Ah, well; he can always apply at Colorado State as a professor of Journalism, right? Michelle Malkin has more, too.

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

ZDNet UK News is reporting that the Anti-Spyware that Microsoft is planning…. planning, I said, to market…. it’s not out of Beta, yet… already has a bit of Malware designed to disable it. The Trojan is called Bankash, and leaves a DLL called ASH.DLL on the affected hard drive. (Snicker) The response time on this […]

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Ward Churchill trained Terrorists? The Desert Tusk says yes. Specifically, the Tusk points to a Denver Post article of 1987, which reports Churchill taught the revolutionary group the Weathermen how to make bombs and fire weapons. Worth a look.

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Nelson Ascher of EuroPundits: “This newly ever-growing Western left, not only in Europe, but in Latin America and even in the US itself, has a clear goal: the destruction of the country and society that vanquished its dreams fifteen years ago. But it does not have, as in the old days of the Soviet Union, […]

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Billy, quoting McPhillips: But it could be that Verdun is still going on in the Usenet trenches, and that the nuances of truth are squared off there against the litter of lies more profoundly than at any time in the history of human beings. That could explain why you have poison gas artists like Hanson […]

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Here’s the story; Democrat DA brings the Republican Mayor of Salt Lake City, up on felony charges. She was removed from office due to those charges. And she was hen found innocent by a jury. That done, she’s now saying… perhaps correctly… that the DA was acting not for justice, but political interest. The sad […]

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Techweb has a good article up on the latest MS Vulnerabilitypatches and what they do. Windows users, take heed.

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Dodd Harris: “So, what are the Democrats doing while they ‘demand’ that Bush act like a ‘uniter, not a divider’? Threatening retribution against any Democrat who works with Bush on Social Security. “ Details at the link.

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Matt Hoy at Hoystory.com notes that Lynne Stewart has been convicted. You rememer her… she’s the lawyer for that blind sheik,Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of plotting to assassinate Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Stewart possibly faces 20 years in prison, after being convicted on charges that include Fraud, Conspiracy, amd giving material support to terrorists. […]

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

The Volokh Conspiracy reports the sad news that Jazz Organ great Jimmy Smith is gone at age 79. Here’s the guy who singlehandedly turned me on to the Hammond B3/Leslie 147 combo back in the late 60’s.  A different style, perhaps but I suppose the best comparison I can make on the sound of the […]

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Eric Florack on February 11th, 2005

Boortz this morning: watched Paul Begala on Crossfire yesterday … he was talking about Bush’s proposed spending cuts.  Now, bear in mind, Bush is proposing a cut of less than one percent.  Eight-tenths of one percent, to be exact.  That would be the equivalent of eight cents out of ten dollars.  So, how does hyper-partisan […]

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