Canada Free Press is now reporting; “The Canadian company that Saddam Hussein invested a million dollars in belonged to the Prime Minister of Canada, canadafreepress.com has discovered. Cordex Petroleum Inc., launched with Saddam’s million by Prime Minister Paul Martin’s mentor Maurice Strong’s son Fred Strong, is listed among Martin’s assets to the Federal Ethics committee […]

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Eric Florack on April 22nd, 2005

WHBF in the quad cities is looking for some help for this little girl… “Meet Caitlin Couppee. She is a 12-year old girl who loves to draw and to play with her dog Mighty. “She only chewed my McDonald’s toys,” says Caitlin, “which really didn’t matter to me because they were ugly.” Caitlin has inspired […]

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Eric Florack on April 22nd, 2005

Bloomberg.com says: April 22 (Bloomberg) — The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will vote May 12 on John Bolton’s nomination as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, a panel spokesman said. Well, there ya go.  My guess here is that we’ll see him sent to the floor in spite of it all.

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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The Sandiego Union-Tribune reports: “CAMP PENDLETON – Camp Pendleton Marines reacted with glee this morning on learning that Marine Gen. Peter Pace, who once served at the base, was nominated by President Bush to be chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ‘We’re all standing a little bit taller after hearing the news that a […]

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So says Daniel Gross: The credit card industry presumes, based on happy experience, that Americans will borrow more money each quarter to support their spending habits, regardless of the direction of interest rates, and that enough consumers will be happy simply to pay off just enough debt to allow them to borrow more. But last […]

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Eric Florack on April 22nd, 2005

Vegas police have arrested the woman who claimed she found a finger in a bowl of Wendy’s Chili. Apparently the charge is grand larceny, and is directly related to the Wendy’s case, though polcie aren’t saying much before their 1pm news conference…(5pm eastern)

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Eric Florack on April 22nd, 2005

Little Green Footballs notes the typical grave dancing going on at the all- love and lights Democratic Underground… FlemingsGhost (1000+ posts) Thu Apr-21-05 10:21 PM 71. Incinerated to dust. Bitch of an occupational hazard, huh? Rejoice! There are nine less “Rambo” wanna-be assholes in the world. There we have it, people… The Democratic party in […]

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Eric Florack on April 22nd, 2005

In doing some research yesterday, I ran across a comment I wrote over at Drezner’s along about Christmas before last. Given the recent votes in TX and CT the other day, it seems appropriate to re-post these thoughts here, for the purpose of stirring discussion. Remember, I am a cultural conservative, and that as such […]

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Eric Florack on April 22nd, 2005

Ah, yes that High-holy day of Anti-Americanism… “Earth day” is upon us. I’m working today, but I plan to Celebrate Earth day tommrow.. by burning 40 gallons of gas in my Cross Country van. That’s about 800 miles of driving, folks. See a bit of the country, that way. As to the gas and it’s […]

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