Eric Florack on March 19th, 2008

Busy watching the Sabres beat up on Tampa Bay, so I didn’t get to this until late. PLayoff time, you know… and it looks to me like they’ll be there. IN this win, they entered the third with a 4 to 1 lead for Tampa Bay, and Buffalo responded to this situation by pounding 6 […]

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davidl on March 19th, 2008

Can we say Governor Bruno?    David Paterson has been governor of New York for two days, and we now know of two mistresses.   Fredric U. Dicker, New York Post:  March 19, 2008 — ALBANY – An attractive Olympic gold-medalist says she had a close personal relationship with Gov. Paterson earlier this year – during which time she recorded […]

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Eric Florack on March 19th, 2008

It’s about time we examine the ideas and ideals at the root of what Jeremiah Wright preaches… what is commonly known by the rather innocent sounding name of “Black Liberation Theology”. We can best do this by examining the work of James Cone. I say this for two reasons; * He is regarded by many […]

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Eric Florack on March 19th, 2008

Once again, as last night, I am looking over the commentary on Obama and Wright and the sorry excuse for a band-aid Obama tried to apply yesterday, and note once again how Obama completly gave the anti-American incendiary a pass, and addressed himself totally to the racial angle of Wright’s outrageous comments. Perhaps Obama’s people […]

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davidl on March 19th, 2008

One Edward Wasserman writing in the Miami Herald argues,” We need online rules:” As traditional news outfits migrate online to become dot-coms, one of their biggest headaches is how to adapt to the sprawling new frontier of public comment. In the pre-Internet world of TV and newspapers, public comment wasn’t a problem. Broadcast news didn’t have […]

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Eric Florack on March 19th, 2008

Did you notice this from Galveston TX the other day? Galveston city officials said Monday they plan to work more closely with event promoters, such as a weekend rap concert organizer, to prevent out-of-control crowds and traffic jams that resulted in 12 arrests over the weekend. The city does not expect any other problems this […]

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Eric Florack on March 19th, 2008

Higher education. Two examples of such, from the first ten minutes of this morning’s web travels: First example: School kids, courtesy of the Jawas: Actually, it’s spelled “Too many”. And I’m not even going to get into the lack of logic behind the (attempted) statement. Second example: Professor Scott Erb, University of Maine, at Q&O […]

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