Eric Florack on December 24th, 2012

Edtor’s note: Once again as in years past, I’ve found my inbox filled with messages from longtime readers who wonder if I’m going to be re-posting “A Bithead’s Christmas”, and begging me to do so. As I believe I’ve told you in previous years, I get more email about this one single post, these 2900 […]

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davidl on September 4th, 2010

I share something in common  with Dumbo, a/k/a Dim Won, b/k/a Barack Obama.  Neither one of  us is a Christian .   The difference is that while am smart enough to realize it, and honest enough to admit it, Obama  is not.    Obama professes in something called “collective salvation” article here and video here: […]

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davidl on August 26th, 2010

The Obama White continues it  inane push to convince the gullible that Dumbo,  a/k/a Dim Won, b/k/a Barack Obama is a Christian, from Eleison Group: Washington, DC (August 25, 2010)—Over 70 prominent Christian leaders and denominational heads from across the ideological spectrum joined together today to call for a stop to the misrepresentation of President […]

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Eric Florack on October 5th, 2009

Welcome one and all to the most intense night read anywhere on the sphere… The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble POLANSKI: Glenn Reynolds says in a Washington Examiner column over the weekend: “Technologically and market-wise, Hollywood is in the weakest position it’s ever been, and yet it is also more arrogant than it was in its Golden […]

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Eric Florack on June 12th, 2009

Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘sphere: The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble This is the First Dept Edition From our Dept of Intemperate Thoughts: So, now that Whalen has (wrongly, I think) apologized for ‘outting’ that Publius moron, when might we expect an apology for “outingouting” Jeff Gannon?  About the time that the […]

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Eric Florack on June 4th, 2009

Oh, my. Where to begin, on an examination of Obama’s speech to the Middle East? I’m certainly not going to hit you with all 6000 words.  I can’t even jump on everything in the speech that should be jumped on. An intensive response would take a week to formulate and still not cover ten percent of the […]

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Eric Florack on December 15th, 2008

Larrey  Anderson at The American Thinker  has an excellent piece up today. Here’s a taste: Even atheists are religious. They have a dogma (God does not exist) and they have a vast number of rituals. (Most of their rituals involve lawsuits over the use of the term “God.”) They have multiple proselytizing websites. They even […]

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Eric Florack on August 3rd, 2008

Back along about the end of 2006, during a  Christmas break, I wrote an extended piece about Islam and some of the problems in the world with relation to it. I’ll post it here, because I think it’;s ideas are still of import, and particularly because it is important to the extended discussion I’m about […]

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Oh, sure, Billy, I’ve gone out and given more than I thought I had, while doing a show. Even occasionally, a radio show. And you know, it’s not a physical thing, as much as it is a tension and mental strain that drains you so. And I’ve found that’s a good thing. Over the years […]

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Eric Florack on May 5th, 2008

Bluto, last night: Newsweek, via anonymous sources, explains why Oprah left Obama’s church in this article, Something Wasn’t Wright: According to two sources, Winfrey was never comfortable with the tone of Wright’s more incendiary sermons, which she knew had the power to damage her standing as America’s favorite daytime talk-show host. “Oprah is a businesswoman, […]

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davidl on April 23rd, 2008

The Associated  Press is reporting: AMSTERDAM, Netherlands – An Amsterdam publishing house said Wednesday it will release a biography of Jesus written by filmmaker Paul Verhoeven. Verhoeven is best known as the director of blockbuster films including Basic Instinct and Robocop, but he is also a member of Jesus Seminar, a group of scholars and […]

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I wasn’t exactly goig through withdrawal symptoms over the weekend, while the site servers got moved physically… but damned near that. At least a dozen times I saw something that screamed out to be written up for the blog, and opened an editor only to remember that the blog wasn’t up, and I couldn’t post it anyway.Aside […]

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Eric Florack on March 27th, 2008

Well, so says an article posted at Bluto’s place. Many of them because of Coptic Christian priest Zakaria Botros, who makes a habit of publicly humiliating prominent ulema, Islamic theologians. Botros brings up embarrassing aspects of sharia law, like the fact that Muslim men are permitted to have sex-slaves, and challenges the ulema to justify […]

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Eric Florack on January 7th, 2008

I’m going to pass along some extended quotes that caught my eye over the weekend. During the thousand years that included the careers of the Frankish soldier and the Polish king, the Christians of Asia and Africa proved unable to wage successful war with the Moslem conquerors; and in consequence Christianity practically vanished from the […]

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davidl on December 24th, 2007

Rush Limbaugh and others have skewered any conservative credentials Mike Huckabee has pretended to hold.   Selwyn Duke, American Thinker, examines the Huckster’s religious bona fides, or lack thereof same: Belief can be a great thing, of course.  Our Founding Fathers’ unprecedented respect for liberty was born of their Christian belief that rights were bestowed by […]

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