Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

So, McGehee decieded to put up a new photo of himself. As you can see, my countenance is as uproariously joyful as always. Yeah. Looks like one of the dudes in the original version of “The Great Train Robbery”. (Ducking) Oh, speaking of photos, I won a third place this week, in Rodney’s Caption contest […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

The Daily Mail is reporting that the eastern coast of England is in for a tidal wave. Tens of thousands of householders are today preparing for some of the worst coastal floods in decades. Sea levels could rise up to 9ft this morning along part of the East Coast, putting lives at risk. Sea defences […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Sky News –A teenage schoolboy was pulled around his classroom on a lead and spanked by a stripper after a birthday surprise blunder. The pupil’s mum had ordered an agency to give her son a “surprise” on his 16th birthday – and the teacher had even agreed to film the prank. But it all went wrong […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Bruce at Q&O:   A and an week or so ago, I stated: We read that polls are telling the Democrats that the mood of the people has swung toward being receptive to more and bigger government. Some argue it’s a cyclic phenomenon in which the country accepts and then rejects big government. Yet the […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Kevin Drum tells us about as much about Democrats as he is about Republicans with this one… and much about his own inability, as well… “THANK GOD FOR TALK RADIO!”….Why is Tom Tancredo such a monomaniac on the subject of illegal immigration? In an interview on our radio show with Markos Kounalakis and Peter Laufer, […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

I confess that Andy McCarthy is not one of my regular reads, unless he happens to come up in The Corner.  But I have to say, that this is a GEM.. of both for the news it contains,  and the b____ slap it contains, as well: SSSSHHHHHHH … Don’t Tell Anyone: Al Qaeda Has Been […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Heh. I noted earlier today, that Bruce at Q&O noted the site and ran the test. It advised him they’re writing over there at the College Undergraduate level. I ran the thing myself on BitsBlog, and came up a bit lower: Well, as you can imagine, I was feeling a little bit put off by […]

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davidl on November 8th, 2007

I said it once,  twice, and thrice,  and now By Kenneth Blackwell, New York Sun, says it: Margaret Thatcher was an unflinching and principled world leader. During an uncertain and dangerous time in history, she stood strong with Ronald Reagan and together they defeated Communism. Hillary Clinton is a two-term New York senator and a former […]

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Did you notice this from Limbaugh, yesterday? He was talking about Hillary Clinton: HILLARY: I think the fact that governors are being forced into this position is really unfortunate.  They should not be making immigration policy.  The federal government should be making immigration policy.  And that’s what I’m going to try to do as president […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Sorry, Finally found the clock control to adjust to EST. The time date stamps will be a little weird for the morning.

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

I’ve spent the last several days, beating up on Panther, which is my main desktop computer, as well as doing upgrade work on the other systems here at Casa de Bit. I’ve managed to work through the problems surrounding my voice dictation unit.  Since my hands are sore today, from hauling equipment over the last […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Eliot Spitzer has become the third rail of politics. Michelle Malkin notes: Lonely. He’s Mr. Lonely. He has nobody to call his ooown: Democratic members of Congress, having watched Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton stumble on the question of whether states should give driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants, are growing increasingly agitated over Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s […]

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davidl on November 8th, 2007

Did Hugo Chavez give the World a preview of the Clinton adminstration redux?    Like Chavez, the Clinton’s can not abide dissent.  Matthew Walter and Steven Bodzin: Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) — Venezuelan student protesters were fired on, resulting in two gun-shot injuries, when they returned to campus today from a march opposing President Hugo Chavez’s plan […]

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davidl on November 8th, 2007

Mrs.  Clinton proves she does not understand the problem with illegal immigration..    Her husband compounded his wife’s problem by complaining that Tim Russert’s question could not be answered in thirty seconds.   B.J. ignored the fact that Chris Dodd nailed the question in well under thirty seconds. Kathleen Parker, Townhall, sums up the problem very nicely […]

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Eric Florack on November 8th, 2007

Says Michael Yon with this photo of his: A Muslim man had invited the American soldiers from “Chosen” Company 2-12 Cavalry to the church, where I videotaped as Muslims and Christians worked and rejoiced at the reopening of St John’s, an occasion all viewed as a sign of hope. The Iraqis asked me to convey […]

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