Eric Florack on June 26th, 2007

Little Green Footballs, tonight, notices an interesting trend at the CNN site as regards searches against “Jerusalem”. it may have been a mistake, the generated that response, it may have been a conscious decision on the part of some second level programmer, or it may have actually been a conscious decision on the part of […]

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davidl on June 26th, 2007

Michael Condon writes, “U.S. Muslims face isolation, radical threat: study:” CHICAGO (Reuters) – Muslim Americans must meld into U.S. society before suspicion and mistrust lingering since the attacks on New York and Washington isolates them and sparks radicalism in their ranks, a study said on Tuesday. “There is an urgent national need for Muslims and […]

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Eric Florack on June 26th, 2007

Not so very long ago, the democrats were telling us, that Iraq was a mistake, the real locus of the whole thing was Afghanistan.  Supposedly, they supported our actions in Afghanistan.  Well, now their policy of “cut and run” has been extended to Afghanistan: A few congressional Democrats go so far as suggesting that the […]

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Christopher Hitchens has a number of religious phobias surrounding him. His latest book would seem to indicate that point, amply.  They seem to me unreasoning phobias.  For all that he has the symptoms of the Islamo-Facist movement cataloged fairly well, his conclusions on the diagnosis are so far off base as to at least partially […]

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davidl on June 26th, 2007

Earier I left a comment on Peter Mehlman, all emotion, no substance.  In stark contrast to Mehlman, Bill Bennett gives a tour de force demonstration of the Reverse O’Neill Rule.  Dianne Feinstien does not like Talk Radio.  Bennett does(MP-3). H/T:  Scott, Powerline. ?

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Eric Florack on June 26th, 2007

Slashdot sends word of a British steam powered car that will…. …attempt to set a world record speed of 200 mph. The car, constructed on a tubular chassis, holds four boilers that deliver four megawatts of power, producing 300 bhp. The current record of 127.659 mph was established in 1906 The site actually listed as […]

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