Eric Florack on May 24th, 2005

AP is moving a story I found on the ABC site that says in part: WASHINGTON May 24, 2005 — The Senate voted Tuesday to end years of delaying tactics that blocked the nomination of Priscilla Owen to a federal judgeship, the first fruit of a bipartisan agreement to break the logjam over President Bush’s […]

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2005

Nice to see Rip Vap Musil waking from a long slumber. He’s got a great post on the Nuclear Senate deal today.

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2005

Keith Thompson writes a really fine article in the SanFranChron today: I’m leaving the left — more precisely, the American cultural left and what it has become during our time together. I choose this day for my departure because I can no longer abide the simpering voices of self-styled progressives — people who once championed […]

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2005

Boortz had some news this morning: Back in the 2004 campaign, John Kerry released some of his Military records on his website…and promptly pretended that they were all there.  The truth was he selectively posted the records that made him look good.  The media, ever-eager to see Bush defeated and The Poodle elected, never called […]

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2005

Without looking below the surface, it’s kinda hard to call a specific winner, here. Seems clear to me the Democrats backed off to reach this agreement, when they really didn’t have to…  or at least that would be my read on the stated issues. I mean, they ha dthe votes they needed to block all […]

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2005

Channel 3 says: “ROCHESTER, N.Y. President Bush is headed to a Rochester suburb this morning to discuss his ideas for reforming the nation’s Social Security system.” Yep… my home town. The President is appearing at a new Performing Arts Center at a High scchool in Greece which is a working class bedroom to the northwest […]

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