davidl on December 18th, 2007

A couple of good videos about Fred came out today, here and here.  However nobody does Fred better than Fred himself.  From National Review,  on Hannity & Colmes, Fred says Huckabee “is not a conservative.”   Fred minces few words. Nobody, in either party, sounds more presidential than Fred.

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Bill Clinton is lying for proposing a goodwill trip and having the idea nixed the later the same day by the Bush camp? No, moron. Bill Clinton got exposed as a liar in this case, because he tried to leave the impression that it was already a done deal, reading, apparently, is not your strong […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Fox news is running what I’ll call the outrage of the week: School officials say the Ocala 5th grader had brought a piece of steak for her lunch, and a four and a half inch steak knife with which to cut it. According to the report, a couple of teachers took the utensil and called […]

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davidl on December 18th, 2007

Good news and good news from the TV Food Network, more Rachel Ray and less Emeril Lagasse: NEW YORK (AP) – The Food Network has ordered extra helpings of Rachael Ray. A new prime-time series, “Rachael’s Vacation,” will premiere Jan. 12, the network announced Monday. Viewers will follow Ray as she discovers cities, countries, foods […]

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davidl on December 18th, 2007

B.J. and Mrs. Clinton have long been liars.   They used to be considered adept liars.  Now they are just chronic liars.   The Clintons’ latest lie has been destroyed by none other than their very own Clinton News Network. By Peter Hamby, via :  Drudge Report.: ORANGEBURG, South Carolina (CNN) – Former President Bill Clinton said Monday […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Noted over at LGF: Here’s one of those emails that’s so insane I suspected it was a hoax; but the IP address traces to the Arabian peninsula state of Oman, so it’s probably the real deal. Our admirer found us by searching Google for “lgf,” then used our contact form with a Yahoo return address […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Philly.com: With a hidden FBI camera rolling inside a New York hotel suite in 2003, an unsuspecting Rev. Al Sharpton, Democratic candidate for president, spoke candidly. Sharpton offered to help Philadelphia fund-raiser Ronald A. White win a multimillion-dollar business deal, if White helped him raise $50,000 for politics. White offered $25,000. “If you bring my […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Word from Scott Fybush that the weather system that brought us all the snow David spoke of yesterday, brought down a bunch of TV and radio stations in the Scranton area. Just before 7:00 Sunday morning, the 823-foot tower of ABC affiliate WNEP-TV (Channel 16) atop Penobscot Mountain, east of Wilkes-Barre, collapsed under the weight […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Hume, last night: Conservative students and faculty at Princeton University are questioning the absence of campus and community outrage — following the beating of a student leading a morality movement at the school. The New York Sun reports Francisco Nava was attacked by two men last week and told to shut up. The beating came […]

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davidl on December 18th, 2007

As Canada wages war against the pundit Mark Steyn,  Melanie Phillips, Spectator(UK), poses question does Canada still exist as a free and democratic nation:  The irony, of course, is that by this action Canada is thus demonstrating that if any culture is incompatible with liberalised western civilisation, it is clearly Canada‘s. The idea that certain arguments must […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

(AP)- Ailing leader Fidel Castro said in a letter read on state television Monday that he does not intend to cling to power forever or stand in the way of a younger generation, but invoked the example of a renowned Brazilian architect who is still working at 100.”My elemental duty is not to cling to […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Michael van der Galien has some New Digs, over at PoliGazette.com I made note of it when he first went online, but the note never made it to my action list. (Announcement, RSS feeder, etc) Looking impressive, so far. Then again, Michael always was.

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