Eric Florack on November 28th, 2006

Playing with the layout of the blog tonight. I’m having a little difficulty with the right side bar, attempting to fit the elements from the old blog into the new one.  The turns out that the bit more of a problem than I thought it might be.  So, no I have ever move the associations […]

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Mrs. Pelosi has, apparently, come to her senses. Michele Malkin reports that Representative Alcee Hastings is out of consideration for the chair of the House Intellgence Committee.  I commend Mrs. Pelosi for the move.  The nation will be better served but alas Rush LImbaugh will have to work harder Not to worry there are still […]

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Eric Florack on November 28th, 2006

Apparently, the new hosting site isn’t much better. No word, either. Update: (Billy) Bloody domain registration.  There were confusements, I didn’t get a reminder, and here we are.  I think I just got it squared away, so it should be too long before it’s back up.  Hours at most. Good to hear.

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davidl on November 28th, 2006

  (H/T Photo:  University Wisconson – Law School It never fails to amuse my vocabulary challenged male brain these purported scientific studies that show that men and women are different. Gee, I always thought the purpose of Science was to reveal what we do not know. Well the Daily Mail(UK) weighs with the lastest shocking […]

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Eric Florack on November 28th, 2006

I’ve held my peace about this Atlanta case, because there was something about it that simply did not add up.  Some information at some point was going to start leaping out at us… information that most critics would ignore.  And I think I’ve stumbled across it: Whereas the majority of critics in the ‘sphere have […]

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davidl on November 28th, 2006

Dr. Thomas Sowell examines the myths about caring.  One of the most pervasive political visions of our time is the vision of liberals as compassionate and conservatives as less caring. It is liberals who advocate “forgiveness” of loans to Third World countries, a “living wage” for the poor and a “safety net” for all. But […]

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