Eric Florack on October 16th, 2007

TEN SUSPECTS DETAINED DURING OPERATIONS TARGETING AL-QAEDA IN IRAQ Posted: 16 Oct 2007 06:08 AM CDT TEN SUSPECTS DETAINED DURING OPERATIONS TARGETING AL-QAEDA IN IRAQ BRIGADE COMMANDER NOTES PROGESS IN NORTHWESTERN BAGHDAD Posted: 15 Oct 2007 07:28 AM CDT BRIGADE COMMANDER NOTES PROGESS IN NORTHWESTERN BAGHDAD THREE TERRORISTS KILLED, 20 DETAINED DURING OPERATIONS TARGETING AL […]

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davidl on October 16th, 2007

Our sympathy to Randi Rhodes. May she get well soon. Our deep felt animus the Bitsblog’s Jerk of the Day, Err America’s Jon Elliot, who manged to enage his gator sized mouth before activating his brain.  Barooosk, Talking Radio : Elliott was extremely agitated when he reported on the incident. He opened his show by saying […]

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Eric Florack on October 16th, 2007

While looking around the left side of the sphere just now, I found what is perhaps the most blatant double standard I’ve seen all week… I’ll give you a screen cap and the address. http://thepopulistblog.com/2007/10/16/randi-rhodes-victim-of-mugging/ Drill this one for full size display Note the headline on the first story. … Randi Rhodes Victim of Mugging […]

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davidl on October 16th, 2007

Mrs.  Clinton feigns being rightous.    Mrs.   Clinton is adamant that her standards for attorney general include having one of whom we can be proud. Question for Mrs. Clinton, was your hand picked choice for attorney general, Janet “Butcher of Waco” Reno an attorney general of which your fellow citizens were proud?  So if Reno was […]

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Sorry you got hurt, Randi, I really am. I wish you well in your recovery efforts. But you’re not telling us the whole story here. And I’m not buying the illusion you’re pushing. Sorry.

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Eric Florack on October 16th, 2007

Adrian Kingsly Hughes over at ZDnet hits very close to where I live, since I’m a end user support type:  On Friday I posted briefly about yet another potential problem with Windows Update (my ZDNet blogging colleague Mary Jo Foley covered the issue in greater detail here and here).  Initial investigations of PCs at the […]

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Eric Florack on October 16th, 2007

John Hawkins has a decent interview up with John Bolton.

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I commented the other day about this resolution about Turkey, and genocide, by suggesting that there was no way that the Democrats could be this stupid by accident, and that therefore it had to be intentional.  Neal Boortz this morning addresses this one: The resolution making its way through Nancy Pelosi’s House of Representatives is […]

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Eric Florack on October 16th, 2007

Steve Verdon over at OTB this morning links a Michael Canon piece at Cato: Cannon argues that the number is overstated for the following reasons, 20% of the uninsured are eligible for government health programs. 75% of the uninsured can afford insurance (the implication that they just decide not to buy it). I have to […]

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Eric Florack on October 16th, 2007

Geraldo Rivera, we’ve commented on, many times, here. Suffice it to say he’s not the most popular person, here.  Similarly, Bill O’Reilly.  As for the combination, I’ve always considered that there wasn’t a half a human between them.  And frankly, either one of them could have been fired and at least one should have, and […]

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