Eric Florack on February 25th, 2009

OK, I know that by now a lot of you either saw or read though this speech of Obama’s, and so it’s old news. But I’ve seen nobody rip through this thing point by point. I can understand why… with my work and family schedule it took me most of a day to get this […]

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Welcome dear reader, to the most intense nightly read on the ‘sphere… BitsBlog’s Nightly Ramble. Yeah, yeah, yeah… I know, Colin Powell. All the rage over the weekend. I don’t think there’s much argument against the idea that there’s a decided attempt on the part of some to keep General Powell in the headlines. Liberals, […]

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Eric Florack on October 3rd, 2008

The results of last evenings debate are close enough that the spinners are having problems. Here’s a copy of the transcript. As you’d expect CBS/CNN polling, for example, seems to feel Biden won. The left-O-Shpere is busy crowing Biden won, too.  Yet, CBS has called every debate since Reagan for the Democrat, so I’m not […]

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Eric Florack on May 8th, 2008

We now hear chatter again about Hillary being offered the VP slot on Obama’s ticket. Not a shock to hear it, I suppose but it still strikes me that Obama would have to be suicidal to make such an offer.  The name Vince Foster leaps to mind. NBC’s been caught with more fake film. This […]

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Eric Florack on April 7th, 2004

Apparently, the 9/11 commission is now openly questioning Clarke’s credibility, even before Condi Rice takes her oath. The Washington Times is reporting that “The September 11 commission will look at the discrepancy between the testimony of Richard A. Clarke that the Clinton administration considered the threat of al Qaeda “urgent” and its final national-security report […]

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