Eric Florack on August 21st, 2007

John Venlet notes Ted Nugent is considering a run for Governor of Michigan. Interesting. He’s bound to do a better job than a long line of idiots we’ve had over there. Bruce McQuain notes Putin is trying to re-write history. Well, gee… seems to me the Democrats here at home have taught him a thing […]

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Eric Florack on August 21st, 2007

Dalrymple calls it: In an effort to ensure that no Muslim doctors ever again try to bomb Glasgow Airport, bureaucrats at Glasgow’s public hospitals have decreed that henceforth no staff may eat lunch at their desks or in their offices during the holy month of Ramadan, so that fasting Muslims shall not be offended by […]

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Eric Florack on August 21st, 2007

John Fund, this morning: Tonight, PBS will air “Gold Futures,” a film by Hungary’s Tibor Kocsis. The film focuses on residents in Romania’s Rosia Montana, a rural Transylvanian town, who are divided over the benefits of a proposed gold mine. It also features Gabriel Resources, the Canadian mining company trying to convince them to relocate […]

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davidl on August 21st, 2007

Ed Morrissey, Captain’s Quarters, examines Congress’ approval rating, or lack thereof: Democrats have created a monster for themselves, and they seem unable to free themselves from their rut. They have accomplished almost nothing of their agenda, save a minimum-wage hike. They have punted on Iraq, surrendered on FISA and the TSP, and have allowed themselves […]

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We’ve been saying for months now, that the push toward “environmentally friendly fuels” and all of that nonsense, didn’t make sense if it was you surely from an environmentalist standpoint.  We have expressed suspicion all this time that there was something to do with the amount of money involved.  So imagine the reaction when writers, […]

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