Eric Florack on April 4th, 2005

Ok, here it is, Gang. I spent about an hour considering this action. I debated not posting this from captain Ed’s out of respect to him, but several thoughts over-rode this: 1: He’s getting more traffic than he can handle, and I doubt my small voice will take anything away from him in terms of […]

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Eric Florack on April 4th, 2005

According to The Washington Daily News Online, President Bush is planing on attending the Pope’s funeral. He’d be the first US president to make such an appearence, to my memory, though I can’t confirm that at the moment. But I wonder how that will be played among the culture of death as I mentioned over […]

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Eric Florack on April 4th, 2005

George Will echoes my Bit’sBit of this week: In an amazingly fecund 27-month period, the cause of freedom was strengthened by the coming to high offices of Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan and John Paul II who, like the president, had been an actor and was gifted at the presentational dimension of his office.

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I took some heat here a few days ago regarding my comments about the longish list of lies coming from the Canadian government.  It does my heart good to see that things are starting to unravel, north of us. How does the Martin government react? Predictably. Using the power of law, they try to silence […]

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Eric Florack on April 4th, 2005

Jon Henke over at Q & O this morning notes a post from Reynolds, who in turn makes note of Hitchens basicly kicking the Pope when he’s dead. As Henke goes to some lengths to point out, Hitch is known for this kind of idiocy. (I won’t bother quoting it; I assume most of my […]

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