I pointed out that the guy driving the so-called ‘Troopergate” thing forward in Alaska was more than a little dirty; I questioned the timing of the way things ramped up on the Palin thing in Alaska, a couple days ago. Turns out, I was right, again… the guy supposedly investigating her is Hollis French, who […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

An outright suburb article in the Asia Times last week… Apparently Limbaugh read it on his show yesterday… and a reader sent it along to me here. Just a taste: Obama will spend the rest of his life wondering why he rejected the obvious road to victory, that is, choosing Hillary Clinton as his vice […]

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Martin makes the point I’ve been making about Fannie and Freddie… that this does not constitute a government takeover or government growth at all, for that matter, since they were governmental creations in the first place.  And Billy responds.  The point I’ve been trying to make, though… we need to focus on Fannie and Freddie’s […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

By way of The Conservative Grapevine comes an article in the Examiner, wherein we find:  University of Minnesota staff were key coordinators of the recent violent protests at the Republican National Convention (RNC). The university employees are also members of the local clerical union of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees. The […]

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davidl on September 9th, 2008

Jake Tapper, ABC News, quotes Bill Ayers: were needlessly killed. Even though I worked hard to end the war, I feel to this day that I didn’t do enough because the war dragged on for years after the majority of the American people came to oppose it. I don’t think violent resistance is necessarily the […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

Warren Meyer points out that the website of the proposed California high-speed rail bond says that the thing will generate 450,000 permanent jobs, which is an amazing thing when you consider that all of U.S. rail employs about half that many right now. Leaving aside your (quite correct) “principle” points, If they’re going to use THAT […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

Uh-oh… He almost wrecked Barack Obama‘s presidential dreams, and now firebrand pastor Jeremiah Wright has helped destroy a Dallas church worker’s marriage – and her job, The Post has learned. Elizabeth Payne, 37, said she had a steamy sexual affair with the controversial, racially divisive man of the cloth while she was an executive assistant […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

Well, look, it doesn’t excerpt well, so I’m just going to have you go and read. Bruce at Q&O has his own take on that one. And check here at Q&O, as well, for Number 74. You can smell the desperation. In the meanwhile, we have Josh Marshall, Obama Cheerleader, with his fingers in his […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

CHICAGO (CBS) ? Republican John McCain raised about $5 million in Chicago Monday night, or about $1 million for each hour he spent in Democrat Barack Obama’s home town. CBS 2 Political Editor Mike Flannery reports the only glimpse of McCain the public got came as his motorcade departed. Like every Republican presidential nominee since […]

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Eric Florack on September 9th, 2008

The polling trends continue. Rasmussen this monring, looks at their most recent polling in the five battleground states, and says: · McCain is trusted more than Obama in all five states. · In all five states, McCain is viewed more favorably than Obama. · Also, in all five states, Sarah Palin draws higher “Very Favorable” […]

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