Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

I’m learning a bit more about this WordPress thing. And I’m starting to get more impressed with it. There are certain areas that aren’t exactly, shall we say, intuitive. But, I’m starting to get over that problem. It’s like any new piece of software, it always takes me a while to get used to the […]

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

Ace has some thoughts on the recent noise over Iraq… Specifically, as regards the Iraq surrender group: It’s artificial. By this I mean there was no seismic change in the circumstance in Iraq. Incrementally most say it has gotten worse, but worse in a specific way: sectarian violence has increased. There has been an increase […]

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

An interesting note from Jason Papas, over at Liberty and Culture: The great Roman orator, statesman, and philosopher, Marcus Tullius Cicero is a father of the theory of “just war;” but Cicero’s version differs substantially from Augustine, Aquinas, and Hugo Grotius. For Cicero, war has a clear purpose which determines when to fight and how […]

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Fersboo on December 7th, 2006   Sorry, but as I was looking through some of my various inboxes, I scored this animated .gif and just had to share it.

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

Signs you might have been going a little fast…

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

65 years ago, in the morning. About just now, in fact. We were under attack. for some, this date has sparked memories. But for me, I have often wondered how those who died in that attack… and how those who survived it, would react to the prevailing ‘cut and run’ attitude around another dastardly attack, […]

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

Hume: A longtime adviser to Jimmy Carter has resigned his position as a Carter Center fellow over the former president’s new book. Emory University professor Kenneth Stein wrote in a letter to Mr. Carter that the title of the book — “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid” is “too inflammatory to even print.” Stein — who accompanied […]

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

“The Public Has Been Vastly Misinformed,” NCPA’s Deming Tells Senate Committee 12/6/2006 5:57:00 PM ——————————————————————————– To: National Desk Contact: Sean Tuffnell of the National Center for Policy Analysis, 972-308-6481 or [email protected] WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 /U.S. Newswire/ — David Deming, an associate professor at the University of Oklahoma and an adjunct scholar with the National Center […]

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Eric Florack on December 7th, 2006

Michelle Malkin: Deborah Frisch, the infamous left-wing blogger/stalker who threatened Protein Wisdom blogger Jeff Goldstein and his family, had an arrest warrant issued against her today. Jeralyn Merritt of TalkLeft attended the hearing and reports the details: Many of you will remember the Deb Frisch – Protein Wisdom blog drama. Dr. Frisch has removed her […]

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davidl on December 7th, 2006

Hamas is claiming to have meet with US democratic party delegation: ( Unnamed sources in the Islamist Hamas terror organization, currently holding power in the Palestinian Authority, said today that a Hamas delegation met with senior members of the American Democratic party. According to the Hamas sources, the meeting took place in a third party […]

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