Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

An AP report suggests that Alanis Morissette isn’t among those looking to move to Canada. Rather the reverse, actually. Ironic, isn’t it?

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

Confederate Yankee says the conenction between Boxer, Howard Dean and Lynne Stewart has been confirmed. Seems that connection is George Soros. Steve Minarik was right, after all. I await the usual suspetcs to wiggle and whine about how all this isn’t being fair.

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

Now, I’ve been told several times over that the mainstream Democrats don’t think much of Mynne Stewart, that there’s no conneciton and so on. So imagine my amaze to find this over on NRO a few hours ago from Byron York: “According to records filed with the Internal Revenue Service, Soros’s foundation, the Open Society […]

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

Yes, gang, I did note that a few of you took me to task for not mentioning the passing of Arthur Miller the other day. I’ll be honest, here; I actually had a few drafts up, but never posted them… I was struggling a bit with it; I wasn’t sure how to put into words […]

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

The Braden Files posts today a number of things you should know about what’s going on in Iraq, but won’t because those charged with telling you about the news don’t want anything or anyone to get in the way of their projection of Iraq as a failure.

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

Ed at the Captain’s Quarters asks if Peg Noonan’s latest about Bloggers and their recent weight in public opinion circles, is a Love Note, or an Olive Branch. Given the reaction to her previous writings, where she referred to Bush’s SOTU speech as ‘over the top’, I’d say it’s an Olive Branch. I can’t imagine […]

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

Yes, I’m just getting cught up on my reading… Hospitals tend to foul my timing bigtime, since I can’t hit the net from inside them. In today’s catch-up reading, I find a blubr that backs everything I’ve said about this issue: MSNBC’s National affairs writer Tom Curry writes on Tuesday:: “Last June, in the immediate […]

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

OxBlog notes Krugman (…who, I admit, I don’t read, anymore) … making the case that Howard Dean is at the center of the Democratic party. This is actually the first time he and I have agreed on anything in about two years. But this bit of info is likely the worst thing anyone could have […]

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Eric Florack on February 17th, 2005

NY Metro.com. this morning:: “After Iraq’s vote, New York liberals are in a serious moral-ideological-emotional bind. And the only way out is to root for Bush’s victory. … Seriously: The success of the elections poses a major intellectual-moral-political problem for people in this city. The cognitive dissonance is palpable. New Yorkers think we are smarter […]

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