Eric Florack on January 4th, 2007

It’s been an extraordinarily long day at work, and I am overtired, so I’m probably not going to write a great deal in this night’s ramble.  I hope you’ll understand that I’ll run into these days once in a while. -=- I see Q&O caught it again. One of their readers says Protein Wisdom is […]

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Eric Florack on January 4th, 2007

Mario Loyola over at the corner makes a very important post…   What is most shocking to me about war critics who dismiss his execution is the ease with which they wave away the hundreds and thousands of hours of real torture—and I don’t mean waterboarding, but rather sulfuric acid poured in the eyes, electric […]

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davidl on January 4th, 2007

  A tale of two southern ladies.  First, Mary Katherine Ham, links to this great Op-Ed by Betsy Newmark, “Racist stereotypes shaped Duke rape case,”   Mary Katherine then proceeds to smack Durham with a dead flounder. She’s right, of course. Finnerty and Seligmann will only be truly forgiven in Durham if they hop into the white […]

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Eric Florack on January 4th, 2007

WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 —NY TIMES- John D. Negroponte, whom President Bush installed less than two years ago as the first director of national intelligence, will soon leave his post to become the State Department’s second-ranking official, administration officials said Wednesday. This seems to me a signal of what I’ve been commenting on for years… the apparent, […]

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davidl on January 4th, 2007

(H/T photo:  Sweetness & Light ) Just as surely as dead meat attracts flies,majority status in Congress attracts moonbats.   Josh Gerstien, the Sun(NY) reports, how Rahm Emanuel was ambushed: A noisy band of anti-war protesters prompted House Democratic leaders to call an abrupt end to a Capitol Hill news conference discussing measures to tighten congressional ethics rules. […]

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