Eric Florack on October 4th, 2007

Tom Maguire at Just one Minute: Patrick Ruffini identified an intriguing puzzle that leads Sitemeter to inflate traffic statistics for high-traffic sites. Briefly, Sitemeter claims that each unique visiting IP address is tracked for half an hour.  But what Patrick deduced is that Sitemeter has a second, hidden constraint – its Basic service only stores […]

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Eric Florack on October 4th, 2007

Don’t bother trying to tell me about how if we use torture, they will.  I defy the reader to tell me in what war in this nation’s entire history the Geneva conventions were actually followed by the people we were fighting against.  You cannot.  They never were.

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Eric Florack on October 4th, 2007

The Politico: A Minnesota judge Thursday denied Sen. Larry Craig’s decision to withdraw his guilty plea. “Because the defendent’s guilty plea was accurate, voluntary and intelligent, and because the conviction is supported by the evidence, the defendent’s conviction for disorderly conduct occuring on June 11, 2007, in the men’s public restroom at the Minneapolis-St. Paul […]

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Eric Florack on October 4th, 2007

Interesting admissions, today, from Jonathan Turley. Like many academics, I was happy to blissfully ignore the Second Amendment. It did not fit neatly into my socially liberal agenda. Yet, two related cases could now force liberals into a crisis of conscience. The Supreme Court is expected to accept review of District of Columbia v. Heller […]

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Oh, please….  A Detroit radio station has apologized after a disk jockey advertised a contest to determine when Britney Spears would commit suicide. “When will Britney end it?” listeners were asked on the Web and the Tuesday night radio show hosted by DJ Big Boy on Channel 955, according to a story in the Detroit […]

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Eric Florack on October 4th, 2007

Former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill on Tuesday began what he told students would become a series of classes held at the school despite being fired from his position in July. Churchill elicited applause and handshakes from the majority of the 30 or so CU students and area residents who came to hear his […]

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davidl on October 4th, 2007

We have had some fun with Tucker Carlson here.    Yet give Tucker his due.  He makes Wesley Clark look like a babbling idiiot,  watch. Clark’s problem with free speech is limited to the right.    Clark doesn’t mind NPR spouting socialism on the government dole. Hat tip:   Allah Pundit, Hot Air.

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