USATODAY reports a quote from the Cook report: “The book seems so over the top that I don’t think it’s going to be taken terribly seriously,” said Charlie Cook, editor of the Cook Political Report. “The Hillary bashers will still be bashing Hillary, and the defenders will still be defending, but I don’t see how […]

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Eric Florack on June 22nd, 2005

Jon at GOP Bloggers “When Democrats are not complaining about non-existent Republican attacks on their patriotism, they are busy trying to demoralize Americans and weaken our resolve as a vehicle to attack President Bush. How else to describe the Democrats’ habitual validation of al Qaeda’s doctrine of alleging torture where none exists and their overdone […]

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Eric Florack on June 22nd, 2005

Arthur Chrenkoff notes a proposal to make Iraqi oil the property of all the people in much the same was as Alaska does. A good concept. But I doubt it could be used against the insurgency. The flaw here of course s the idea requires a stable oil infrastructure, which is by no means assured […]

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Eric Florack on June 22nd, 2005

Slashdot reports that half of businesses still use Windows 2000. After using XP last night on my new system, I begin to more fully understand why.

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Eric Florack on June 22nd, 2005

Tony Blankley does a fair enough job of reviewing the Ed Klien book, The Truth About Hillary. The review seems reasonable based on what of the book I’ve read thusfar. (Just bought a copy last night, but have only zipped a couple chapters because the new computer, “Panther”, came in last night.)

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Eric Florack on June 22nd, 2005

So, Durbin put on an ‘apology’ yesterday… a brilliantly scripted, tightly parsed in a way that would make the Clintons proud, and in the end, a totally unconvincing apology yesterday. One thing I found amusing was the parade of usual suspects that stood up after his sideshow and told America what a great guy this […]

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