Fersboo on January 16th, 2008

Heard this on the drive into the office this morning: 630AM-WMAL Man Wearing Dress Tests Transgender Law(Gaithersburg, MD) — A new law protecting transgendered people in Montgomery County doesn’t go into effect for more than a month, but the controversial law is already getting tested. Tuesday at a Sport and Health Club in Gaithersburg, a […]

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davidl on January 16th, 2008

The Reverend Al Sharpton is a race baiting bigot.  So why is a democrat candidate, and the spouse of one, groveling at his feet?  Ben Smith, Politico: Al Sharpton didn’t run for President this round, and yet he’s placed himself at the center of things again. Yesterday, Bill Clinton spent the bulk of an hour […]

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Quite the shouting match going on over at Q&O, over that bit that Billy referenced earlier this morning. The subject? Well, I’m convinced about half of those involved don’t know and another 49% don’t understand it. For the first time in bloddy years, I find myself in some degree of agreement with Henke when he […]

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davidl on January 16th, 2008

If me and Bit, have an advantage over Rush Limbaugh, we do not have to actually able to pronounce names, only cut and paste them. On April 19, 1775, a musket shot was fired, which was heard around the World.   Recently Ezra Levant uploaded the Web Age equivalent, the YouTube of his inquisition by the Canadian HRC. Janet Albrechtsen, Australian, sees […]

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By way of Memeorandum, I see that’s the question Hillary Clinton is facing. (CNN) — Hillary Clinton faced a grim statistic in Michigan tonight, despite her primary “win” there: results revealed that she may have reason to worry about her grasp on the African-American vote. The Michigan primary vote was essentially meaningless: the national party […]

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Eric Florack on January 16th, 2008

For all that I’m happy with John McCain’s loss in Michigan, last night, I will say to his credit he got one thing right; Michigan manufacturing… specifically the auto industry… won’t be coming back anytime soon. The unions and the liberal nutbags in Lansing and in Washington have seen to it that the golden egg […]

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Eric Florack on January 16th, 2008

You don’t really think that’s going to happen, do you, Billy? Really? I’ve yet to see two of the three admit they were wrong on anything of consequence.

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davidl on January 16th, 2008

But if we’re going to keep this notion that everybody’s entitled to have whatever they want medically paid for by their neighbors, then we are finished. We are finished as a country; we are finished as a society. Rush Limbaugh, via, Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review.

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davidl on January 16th, 2008

Byran, Hot Air, states the obvious: Two primary wins, two seconds. No one else has been as broadly competitive so far. He has the most delegates and the most money in the bank, and he’s back to campaigning in South Carolina for Saturday’s primary. He’s in a statistical tie for second there. With four primary […]

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