Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Wittingshire’s Amanda has a great post up called For Samuel and Josiah. Michial Shaivo supporters should particularly take note. Prepare to have your eyes opened.

Continue reading about Wittingshire: For Samuel And Josiah

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Robert Novak: Why Dodd fights Bolton ….Sen. Christopher Dodd’s long-range goal of normalized relations with Fidel Castro. Novak makes a pretty fair case on this angle. RTWT.

Continue reading about Robert Novak: Why Dodd Fights Bolton

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Paul over atPower Line makes a great point: Democrats have done poorly enough in elections over the past dozen years that their power now rests mainly with unelected judges and unelected bureaucrats. Maybe that’s why they’ve been getting so upset when these folks receive criticism.

Continue reading about Hmmm… Is THAT Why?

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Dust my Broom notes the death of Wolfgang Droege, who was shot in a apartment outside Toronto.  (Shrug) Bound to happen, I suppose. Now, I wonder how many of the leftists who gave me hell a couple days ago for my comments on Andrea Dworkin will be making similar comments themselves at THIS event? Oh, […]

Continue reading about Wolfgang Droege Shot to Death in Toronto Suburb

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

FOXNews: “NEW YORK – A Texas businessman is one of three people who were indicted Thursday as part of the U.N.’s Oil-for-Food scandal. David B. Chalmers, head of Texas-based Bayoil, which participated in oil deals through the program, is the sole American among the three. Chalmers is expected in federal court later on Thursday.” This […]

Continue reading about 3 Indicted in U.N. Oil-for-Food Scandal

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Back when Grok was clan leader, I used to be a DJ… both on radio and in a mobile environment. Over the years, I played perhaps 1100 parties of one sort or another… usually weddings. In those days, we were still using records.. and a few of the more enlightened were using a lot of […]

Continue reading about Mobile DJ Rigs: Small Enough, Yet?

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Clif May over at The Corner on National Review Online writes regarding a recent appearence on the BBC with Peter Beinart: Peter is smart and I like him but he said something I just found weird. He said that Bolton should be disqualified because he had been “disloyal to his subordinates.” Is there something I’ve […]

Continue reading about Being Loyal to Your Subordinates is a Requirement?

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Captain’s Quarters seems to be getting a bit of mail. He comments on one of the letters he’s gotten recently from an apparently braindead individual…

Continue reading about Captain’s Quarters Gets Letters

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Boortz, today:: You could possibly be a victim of the Death Tax .. though you might not be aware of it.  Just own a simple farm in the Midwest and you’re in the crosshairs.  You might expect that your heirs will be able to keep the farm when you die.  Not with the Death Tax […]

Continue reading about Taxing Us to Death… And Beyond

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

McPhillips does a fair enough job of ffisking some of the leftist idiocy about Iraq, today… in fact I’d call this a slam dunk: I’m particularly impressed that with 140,000 U.S. troops in Iraq, American political pressure being brought to bear througout the region, and military bases established in the heart of the Arab world […]

Continue reading about THIS is FAILURE?

Eric Florack on April 14th, 2005

Well, now…. Here we have the statements of Eric Rudolph., and they twist some tails, to say the least. In the reading of the document, a few points leap rightout at me…. Here’s someone who is operating on his principles.. and based on them, doesn’t recognize the moral authority of the government to govern, and […]

Continue reading about Rudolph, the Principled Bomber