Eric Florack on December 9th, 2006

So I sit down with a little coffee, and begin to look at the world around me this chilly December night: So now, Congress is going from a three day workweek to a five day workweek.  I’m quite sure the Democrats figure that that’s going to make them look hard working.  However, it should be […]

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Eric Florack on December 9th, 2006

The House Ethics Committee Report includes new information that top Democrats were also aware in 2005 of Mark Foley’s inappropriate e-mails to congressional pages at about the same time as outgoing Speaker Dennis Hastert’s office was informed.While the report is critical of Hastert and his staff for not taking sufficient action, nowhere is there any […]

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davidl on December 9th, 2006

(H/T photo: Washington Pox ) Lo and behold, it seems like that Mrs. Pelosi hand picked chairman for the House Intelligence Committee needs a crash course in intelligence.  Bill Faith, of Bill’s Bites reports on “Intelligence? Un pocito:” Nancy Pelosi has struggled through a headache of her own making ever since tossing Jane Harman out […]

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Eric Florack on December 9th, 2006

Ah, yes… you’d have to figure the NY Times would cough up this story. Still… I object to Romney because of this story, because of reasons the Times cannot possibly understand, and if they did would certainly not admit to: WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 — Gov. Mitt Romney, the Massachusetts Republican who has built a presidential […]

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Eric Florack on December 9th, 2006

Michelle Malkin, this morning, passes along some information regarding that supposedly “lone wolf” would-be bomber in Chicago: I just got back from a trip to the mall to see the headlines about the alleged Chicago terrorist mall plot: ABC News has learned a Chicago-area man has been charged with plotting a terrorist attack.Derrick Shareef, of […]

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