Lots of stuff going on over the weekend, not a bit of it earthshaking, or unexpected. Like McQ at Q&O, I find myself watching closely thetrainwreck that is NORK.  You had to know this kind of thing was coming, though. As I told McQ, it was not going to happen any other way. Its what […]

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The New York Times is finally catching on to what we mere mortals already know just on the look of the thing: Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer was deeply involved in his administration’s efforts last year to discredit the State Senate majority leader, Joseph L. Bruno, holding detailed discussions with senior aides, ordering damaging information about […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2008

Yet another Democrat comes into criminal charges. 950/WWJ: Criminal charges were filed today against Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and his former Chief of Staff Christine Beatty in connection with the “text message scandal” that has enveloped the Mayor’s office. There are 12 criminal counts in all, including obstruction of justice, conspiracy, misconduct in office and […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2008

With a tip of the ballcap to Ben Smith: OBAMA: I will be honest with you that I didn’t have that many conversations with him over the last year just because I have been so busy. I haven’t been going to church. I wasn’t hearing a lot of these comments. The ones that are most […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2008

Conservative Reader: It’s time to say goodbye to unions. Their time has come and gone. The real original value of unions have long since been replaced by state and federal laws that drive a significant amount of basic workers rights, and the labor market itself now drives a majority of the salary and benefits needs […]

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