Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

AP quotes the father of the Groom of the Willbanks fiasco as saying, in part: Asked if he would be concerned if the couple heads into another big wedding, Claude Mason said: “I have mixed emotions about that. I think the wedding plans got a bit out of hand, but I couldn’t say a whole […]

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Just sixty-five miles down the road in Buffalo comes news of a recovery from a state worse than what Terry Shaivo was in. CNN is among the reportage ORCHARD PARK, New York (AP) — Ten years after a firefighter was left brain-damaged and mostly mute during a 1995 roof collapse, he did something that shocked […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

Mr. Minority points out there are still Syrian ‘intel’ people in Lebanon. Big shock, eh?

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

Orson Scott Card puts up an LA TIMES screed today about the end of the StarTrek saga… for now… called Strange New World: No ‘Star Trek’ As science fiction, the series was trapped in the 1930s ? a throwback to spaceship adventure stories with little regard for science or deeper ideas. It was sci-fi as […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

Sorry, Michelle Malkin, but for the first time in memory, I’m going to apply a slapdown. You’re on the wrong tree, here. The leftist MSM delights in creating contoversy among the right, and your thowing gasoline on the fire that they started is not helping the matter. Lighten up.

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

Google Video Search ‘Nuff said.

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Michael Kinsley is finally forced back to reality. Bush was honest and even courageous about Social Security. Social Security is about writing checks: Money goes in, money goes out. As Bush has discovered in the last few months, there are no shadows to hide in while you fiddle with it. The problem is fewer and […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

Ann Coulter nails it as usual: “The question Republicans need to ask is: Why do the Democrats want to keep judicial nominees like Janice Rogers Brown and Priscilla Owen off the federal bench? As I understand it, the reason Democrats are in a blind rage about Priscilla Owen is that, as a state court judge […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

You may note if you look really close that I have no link on my pages for “The Moderate voice”. This kind of nonsense is why. He takes offense to Pat Robertson’s suggesting on last Sunday’s ABC THIS WEEK that our problems with the Judiciary are more serious than those we have with terrorism… that […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2005

Canada’s National Post is reporting: “The final report into the fatal fire aboard HMCS Chicoutimi will be released Thursday and will not recommend the court martial of the ship’s captain, according to a national television report Monday. CBC-TV’s The National reported that Cmdr. Luc Pelletier is likely to face some criticism about how he handled […]

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