davidl on February 18th, 2008

A President’s Day tribute to our nation’s three worst presidents,  Ari K Kaufman, American Thinker: Presidents Day has taken a deep back seat these days on our holiday calendar to the point that not only do schools go on as scheduled, but so do many state and government offices. This is not surprising in 2008, […]

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James Joyner notes the passage of another milestone… 24 million. He’s up to a million hits per month, now. I suppose this to be a good bench test for WordPress. Congrats from here, James. With the new job, my posting is going to be a little off for a few days, until I find a […]

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Eric Florack on February 18th, 2008

If Obama makes it to the Nomination, pay particular attention to who his choice for VP is… it may weigh heavy on our future, if these reports are even nearly accurate.

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Eric Florack on February 18th, 2008

Today’s one of those weird days where I spend a good deal of time deep in the bowels of the blog’s website, tending little odd jobs that have been needful for some weeks, and also adding a large amount of new content. (I’ll have more about the new content in the Ramble, tonight) But coming […]

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Barack Obama may not be much of thinker.   Notice first how Obama plagiarized Duval Patrick.   Then note how Obama completely avoids Patrick’s John Kennedy quote.    Kennedy challenged Americans and the World.  Kennedy video: Duval Patrick video: Barack Obama video: Obama’s stump speeches consist solely of what the government will give.  Make no mention of personal freedom and completely avoid either […]

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davidl on February 18th, 2008

Beef Recall:  LOS ANGELES – (AP)-The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Sunday recalled 143 million pounds of frozen beef from a Southern California slaughterhouse that is being investigated for mistreating cattle. Danish Riots: COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Bands of youths set fire to cars, buses and schools in Denmark on Saturday, the seventh night of rioting […]

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