Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

Michelle Malkin asks that question, and it’s kind of an extension of the post from yesterday on more or less the same topic. She quotes a WSJ bit that suggests: “Some eight million Americans now publish blogs and 32 million people read them, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project.” She doesn’t believe […]

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Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

Brad DeLong still cannot admit it to himself… Check this out: He quotes Bull Moose: The admirable passion of activists should certainly be channeled to oppose the dastardly policies of the Bush Administration. But thought should also be given to innovative alternative proposals to the Bushies. Yes, we oppose privatization – but how will we […]

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Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

Steve Fosset is trying to fly around the world without refueling.  Keep up with this attempt via the Global Flyer Home Page

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Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

Boing Boing has the details. Feed me, Seymour…..

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Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

THINGS YOU WON’T SEE ON CNN Interesting.

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Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

This is just soooooo very emblematic of what we’ve come to expect of Jimmy Carter and by extension, his followers on the left.Ace of Spades HQ has posted a story which says Carter and his wife were taken in, apparently, by people posing as humanitarians… for quite the pile of cash. United Nations, anyone? Oil-For-Food? […]

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Eric Florack on March 1st, 2005

Southern Appeal has an interesting exploration of the 10 Commandments cases.

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