Eric Florack on January 30th, 2007

* Yeah, we’re still working on the living room. Bought the paint tonight along with some supplies. A new rug. A new toss rug for the foyer.I think we’ve found the shelving we want, though that part likely won’t be for a few weeks, yet. * The Flash memory for the Powershot A95 finally showed […]

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davidl on January 30th, 2007

John Hawkins, Right Wing News, says yes! (H/T photo: Biografiasyvidas )

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davidl on January 30th, 2007

The Internet works in strange way.  On January 29, Mick Stockinger, Uncorrelated, commented on, “The Height of Irresponsibility:” When lying is a reflex, its hard to remember what you said, when you said it and why you said it. Hillary Clinton is about to discover that 90s political revisionism doesn’t work so well in the […]

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davidl on January 30th, 2007

(H/T photo:  The Smoking Gun )    On 25 January,  we commented on a Martin Luther King Day party at Tarleton State University in Texas.   Bithead wrote: Think about this; What are the students in question imitating? They’re simply imitating what they see in public… in the wake of any NBA team, for example. Or simply, on the […]

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Eric Florack on January 30th, 2007

What’s up with that land deal, Harry?

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Eric Florack on January 30th, 2007

A New York Times reporter has been admonished by his superiors after voicing the hope that the U.S. can accomplish its goals in Iraq. Here’s what Times chief military correspondent Michael Gordon said on The Charlie Rose show earlier this month — “As a purely personal view, I think it’s worth it — one last […]

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davidl on January 30th, 2007

Writing on December 30, I  commended Senator Barbara Boxer: I commend Senator Boxer for putting patriotism ahead of political correctness and having the courage to risk the wrath of the MSM.   Now if the MSM would just follow Boxer’s lead. Quit evicorating Vigil Goode and start taking a close look at Keith Ellson Well never fear, Babs is […]

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Eric Florack on January 30th, 2007

We hear a lot of hysteria in the press about the American people deserting President Bush. Every time a new poll is released, it is trumpeted as documenting a new low in the President’s approval rating. But these polls follow a variety of methodologies, most of which appear to be flawed, and make it hard […]

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Eric Florack on January 30th, 2007

“A man could make a fortune selling Geritol to these people.” That was Jack Langer’s reaction upon seeing the fiarly small crowd that showed up to last weekend’s anti-war, Anti-Bush pro-left shouting festival in Washington. Expecting a healthy turnout of idealistic youths, I was surprised to find that the crowd was comprised predominantly of middle-aged […]

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