Well, over the weekend we got up to two feet of snow in places, mostly west of here. There’s a foot and a half in my front yard, and in my driveway.  We shovel it out, but since the yard is west of the drive, and the prevailing wind is form the west, the drive […]

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davidl on March 10th, 2008

Eliot Spitzer, a.k.a. the Sheriff  of Wall Street,  has reportedly been linked, AP, video. New York Times,  to  involvement in a prostitution ring. Hat tip:  Michelle Malkin. Bye-bye Eliot. Addendum I: (Bit) And there it is, Gang… The scandal that will likely throw New York over to the Republicans in November, since the criminal aspects […]

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Eric Florack on March 10th, 2008

Comes a point in nearly every discussion about man and his endevors, where there is no room for compromise. This over-reach of governmental power is one such  Hume: California parents who home school their children are reeling from a court decision earlier this week that all students must be taught by credentialed teachers. The San […]

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Eric Florack on March 10th, 2008

Let’s see… since their tilt left, MSNBC has become a rolling joke. Who what do they cancel for ratings? Tucker Carlson. Yeah, that makes sense. Cancel the only show on their air that had any hope of generating an actual thought.

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Eric Florack on March 10th, 2008

Aside from the mess we described here last week for ANY kind of action as regards Florida and Michigan,  the Democrats are now willing to add to that a mail-in scheme. WASHINGTON -(Fox)  A consensus began to emerge Sunday that the best way to give Florida’s Democrats a voice in electing a candidate for president […]

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The Times Online, yesterday, puts some fresh light on plastic bags and those who want them banned:  Scientists and environmentalists have attacked a global campaign to ban plastic bags which they say is based on flawed science and exaggerated claims. The widely stated accusation that the bags kill 100,000 animals and a million seabirds every […]

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davidl on March 10th, 2008

The Washington Post pumps out pure bilge: The task of cutting greenhouse gas emissions enough to avert a dangerous rise in global temperatures may be far more difficult than previous research suggested, say scientists who have just published studies indicating that it would require the world to cease carbon emissions altogether within a matter of […]

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