Eric Florack on April 25th, 2005

John Leo argues that “Justice Sunday” will only add to polarization. Frankly, given the majority we now have, I fail to see how that is a problem. Such polarization would only reinforce how far out of the mainstream the ACLU and the left (A redundancy) are. The premise is that Senate Democrats, by threatening to […]

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Eric Florack on April 25th, 2005

I’ve always found Chris Dodd’s seemingly going to bat for the Turtle Bay Crime Family, (TM) otherwise laughingly known as the “United Nations” amusing. But I’d like to make note of something that Novak mentions, almost in passing, in his column last week; the attacks on him are all in the realm of the personal… […]

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WASHINGTON(Reuters) – U.S. Senate Republicans have the votes to ban any more Democratic procedural roadblocks against President Bush’s judicial nominees, a top Republican said on Sunday. Interesting. Reid put out a statement before the message died trying to put a damper on the claim, but Biden came out just after and started making compromise noises. […]

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Eric Florack on April 25th, 2005

Andrew Stuttaford makes note of the BBC doing what state run Broadcasters do best… Leaning left in it’s reportage. “The BBC was last night plunged into a damaging general election row after it admitted equipping three hecklers with microphones and sending them into a campaign meeting addressed by Michael Howard, the Conservative leader. The Tories […]

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