davidl on May 28th, 2015

Blondie, a/k/a Ann Coulter has a new book out. As is her norm, she took to the media guest circuit to hawk her book. Blondie’s first stop was the Fusion network with Jorge Ramos. This was a slug fest, with no middle ground taken and no attempt at moderation.  For her part, Blondie proposed and […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2015

First stop this morning was in New Paltz New York, essentially within shooting distance of McPhillips. I regret my schedule doesn’t leave me enough time to offer him some coffee. It would be an interesting meeting, I think. I managed to get a late start to the week, so I will probably be out until […]

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Eric Florack on September 2nd, 2012

Paul Ryan destroys Obamacare in about 6 minutes:

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davidl on March 7th, 2011

The Audacity of a Dope, Jack Kelly explains the political phenomenon formerly attributed to one Barack Husien Obama, from RCP: Mr. Obama’s campaign speeches consisted mostly of empty platitudes, which nevertheless were greeted with wild applause. “Obama’s appeal comes not from the things he says, but from who is saying them,” wrote columnist Froma Harrop […]

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davidl on May 8th, 2010

How’s that “reset” button working for ya, Mrs. Clinton? From Luke Harding, Guardian(UK): Vladimir Putin has snubbed both the Prince of Wales and the US vice-president, Joe Biden, by refusing to allow them to attend a parade in Red Square marking the 65th anniversary of the end of the second world war, the Guardian has […]

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Eric Florack on January 17th, 2010

From the Palm 700P…. Hey Glenn: London Times: Haiti earthquake: a few more rescues, but aid still slow. “Nobody can go anywhere without security in the city. No aid workers can go anywhere without taking risks with security. That adds to the difficulty of delivering the aid because you not only have to have transport […]

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Eric Florack on November 21st, 2009

The record of the Democrats since attaining office has not been good, at least from the perspective of the average American. Let’s look at their key agenda points: Global Warming, as such has long been seen as a lie. That lie was unarguably exposed as such the other day. We’re told that the bailout spending […]

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Eric Florack on November 16th, 2009

The following letter read on Glenn Beck’s show, is rapidly circulating around the country. Americans everywhere identify with this 53-year-old woman. She has given us a voice. Once you read this, you will want to forward it to all of your friends… or, send them here. GLENN BECK: I got a letter from a woman […]

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Eric Florack on October 8th, 2009

Most people will remember, I think… at least those not ‘educated’ at government schools… that Hiroshima was hit by a bomb at the end of world war two… and we’ve all seen some of the destruction wrought by that attack. Just as a reminder, here’s a few pics of the aftermath. Remember in all cases […]

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Eric Florack on September 2nd, 2009

By way of The Gateway Pundit, here’s a demonstration of Astroturfing: Play the thing full screen so you can read the subtitles. This to Democrats is ‘Bipartisanship”. Right from the book of Stalin, people.

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Eric Florack on August 8th, 2009

David Boaz has noticed a pattern… one we’ve mentioned here before. Some people on the left can’t see any excuse for opposition to collectivism except racism. (Which is, of course, as Ayn Rand said, “the lowest, most crudely primitive form of collectivism.”) Today it’s Paul Krugman: But they’re probably reacting less to what Mr. Obama […]

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Eric Florack on July 22nd, 2009

Noted in passing, a note from NRO’s Nina Owcharenko, in which we find: This weekend President Obama dedicated his weekly address to defending Congress’s plans for an overhaul of the nation’s health-care system. He argued, “Once you’ve seen enough ads and heard enough people yelling on TV you might begin to wonder whether there’s a […]

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davidl on February 19th, 2009

From the San Francisco Examiner: If the recently enacted $787 billion economic “stimulus” package is intended to save or create jobs, why does it encourage states to move people from work back to welfare? Yes, you read that correctly. With virtually no debate on the issue, Congress approved the new law with provisions that effectively […]

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davidl on February 16th, 2009

Nadya Suleman has no job but she has a nanny whom she pay five hundred dollars a week; Elisabeth Snead, Los Angeles Times: Despite having no job, Nadya can afford to pay a nanny around $500 a week to look after the older kids Monday through Friday. “She works overtime and doesn’t ask for more […]

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davidl on February 11th, 2009

Geithner: Administration officials were greeted with sarcasm and laughter Monday night when they briefed lawmakers and congressional staff on Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s new financial-sector bailout project, according to people who were in the room. The laughter was at its height when Obama officials explained that the White House planned to guarantee a wide swath […]

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