Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2008

Those of you who blog with WordPress will understand this. The rest of you will not understand this. Just go on with your lives, citizens. I installed two plugins last night, that apparently don’t get along. 1: Title Capitalization 2: Maxblog’s Ping Optimizer The combo is apparently an issue. What that does is this;  Which […]

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2008

I note with some interest John Hawkins of Right Wing News has an interview with John Fund up, A little snip of that interview: John Fund: There are two civil rights here and that’s what I would conclude with. We fought a great civil rights struggle in the sixties to make sure we got rid […]

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davidl on September 23rd, 2008

A message from Mrs. Messiah: This Friday, we’ll reach another milestone in this campaign — the first debate of the general election, on September 26th at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time. Millions of Americans will tune in to watch Barack debate John McCain about America’s foreign policy and our role in the world. Barack will share his […]

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2008

Jen Ruben at Commentary in an excellent article today: Barack Obama would have us believe that lax regulation and deregulation in the form of the Glass-Steagall Act are at the root of the problem. He’s wrong on both counts. The remainder of the article does not exerpt well, so I’ll simply commend it to your […]

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Welcome, dear reader to the most intense nightly read anywhere in the ‘sphere, Bitsblog’s Nightly Ramble. Charlie Rangel’s scandals just keep going on.  It strikes me that were the press to have actually been doing it’s job, they’d be spending a great deal more time on Rangel and less on trying to find some loose […]

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2008

Ben Smith: Joe Biden’s denunciation of his own campaign’s ad to Katie Couric got so much attention last night that another odd note in the interview slipped by. He was speaking about the role of the White House in a financial crisis. “When the stock market crashed, Franklin Roosevelt got on the television and didn’t […]

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davidl on September 23rd, 2008

This is not the Mary Katherine Ham I remember from Townhall.. Ham on BO: Maybe women voters—considered a battleground demographic— would be interested in what the Hope ‘n’ Change ticket might wish to do with their children’s education, and should have information about his past efforts in this vein. Ham, from Weekly Standard. Aside to […]

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davidl on September 23rd, 2008

Stanley Kurtz frimly establishs Barack Obama and Bill Ayers as partners in radicalism, Wall Street Journal: The Obama campaign has cried foul when Bill Ayers comes up, claiming “guilt by association.” Yet the issue here isn’t guilt by association; it’s guilt by participation. As CAC chairman, Mr. Obama was lending moral and financial support to […]

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Eric Florack on September 23rd, 2008

Bruce McQuain, this morning: To the blockheads who run Congress: Dean Baker, a liberal economist with the Center for Economic and Policy Research, said he has told congressional Democrats that Bush is the one who is in the delicate situation and would therefore be unlikely to veto whatever package Democrats send to him, as long […]

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