Eric Florack on January 17th, 2007

* Cold here in Rochester… didn’t get above 25 today, which is about correct for this time of year, but it’s the first really cold day we’ve seen this season. * I see California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is asking for federal disaster aid, due to 3/4 of the orange crop being wiped out. Now, I […]

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davidl on January 17th, 2007

Cuba is neither a free nor open society.   Yet Cuba is home to the left’s most adored healthcare system.   A healthcare system which seems to killing its revered leader.   If Fidel Castro is actually still alive, and dies, I for one will not be less than heartbroken.  On the other hand, Jimmy Carter may be inconsolable. […]

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Eric Florack on January 17th, 2007

  Well, behind the ice storm came the snow, which stuck to the ice. So, trees around here now look like this one in my front yard, this morning.

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davidl on January 17th, 2007

The first law of holes is to stop digging.   Well it seems eighty-seven professors at Duke have failed to grasp that lesson.   Last spring a group of eighty-eight Duke professors can an adverstisement condemning the social climate at Duke.  Well not content to lie mistake by bygones or to better yet atone for them, a […]

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Eric Florack on January 17th, 2007

So now, I see that the ACLU has decided to get involved in the case of about 40 Muslim individuals from Detroit who were not allowed to board a plane in Frankfurt, Germany.  The Muslims, of course, charge racial profiling.  As we have discussed here before, race has nothing to do with it. In any […]

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