Eric Florack on May 10th, 2011

Fairfield, CT– I’m parked for the night along I95 with a load bound for Windsor Locks,CT. From there, I’ll be headed to Albany, and then to Syracuse and home tomorrow. Just a quick Ramble since I do need to sleep… I’m up at 4am to make all this happen.   Border Fence: Obama’s “Mission Completed”? […]

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Eric Florack on May 4th, 2011

Kearny,NJ– I’m currently taking a break while my truck gets loaded, having driven down to Hicksville,LI  from Rochester,NY last night.   The truck was serviced yesterday, and I’m told lost more will be repaired on my day off on Friday. From here, I head back for Rochester, and home. I’m off on Friday for a day […]

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davidl on April 12th, 2010

It must be open season for the Obami.  Bill Kristol joins Sarah in the newest inside the beltway sport, making sport of the Dim Won, transcript: I think I know, even though I’m not a nuclear expert, that Iran’s getting nuclear weapons is a heck of a lot more important than these paper treaties and […]

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davidl on April 7th, 2010

Obami play with political poison, Thomas Sowell, RCP: Few combinations are more poisonous than race and politics. That combination has torn whole nations apart and led to the slaughters of millions in countries around the world. You might think we would have learned a lesson from that and stay away from injecting race into political […]

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Eric Florack on March 17th, 2009

With a nod to WPGB’s Jim Quinn, I want to call to your attention, this monring to an article that appeared in National Review, yesterday, by  Hans A. von Spakovsky, called “A Leadership of Cowards?” Here’s a bit of it: Attorney General Eric Holder calls the U.S. “a nation of cowards” because we “do not […]

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Eric Florack on February 10th, 2009

Time to let your voice be heard… loudly and repeatedly. Here’s where.

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Welcome, dear reader, to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘sphere.. Bit’sBlog’s Nightly Ramble Hope your weekend was a good one. We’ve got lots of ground to cover, so let’s get to this. Barack Hussein Obama and George W Bush, along with their transition teams, met today. There is a lot of people […]

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Eric Florack on April 23rd, 2008

JACKSON, Mississippi (AP) — Paul Davis, a singer and songwriter whose soft rock hit “I Go Crazy” stayed on the charts for months after its release in 1977, died Tuesday. He was 60.Davis’ other popular hits included “65 Love Affair;” “You’re Still New To Me,” a country duet with Marie Osmond; and “Ride ‘Em Cowboy.” […]

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Ok, I was a whimp to complain about cold and freezing rain.   It sure beats winter tornados, John Lester, NewsOXY: Tornadoes touched down in the southern US states of Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi on Tuesday night, causing severe damage and injures as many as 86 people. At this time, there are three fatalities to count from […]

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davidl on January 10th, 2008

On the eve of Doctor Martin Luther King Day,  I pose a question.   Does socioloigical change come from outside or within?   I suggest the latter.   True change comes from self-examination and then rejection.   So did mainstream culture change due to pressure from agitators, for lack of a better word, like Doctor King, or from self-examination.  […]

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Eric Florack on December 3rd, 2007

James Taranto, the other day(Via mail) speaks about Murtha admitting there’s serious progress in Iraq, and that the surge IS working…. Murtha does make the obligatory complaint about lack of political progress in Iraq, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that he complains the White House is making invidious comparisons: As a reminder of how contentious […]

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Eric Florack on November 30th, 2007

AllahPundit over at Hot Air is reporting Murtha is finally admitting the surge is working. The question is will ever apoligize to the troops he slandered? More Memorandum Update and Bump: (Bit) CNN is saying that Murtha has taken the unusual step of clarifying his remaks, through a spokesman in Johnstown: The surge, he said […]

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Eric Florack on November 22nd, 2007

Just a concept I want to capture. Think of this what you will; With all the progress that’s been happening in Iraq of late, the last refuge of the left is to complain that the Iraqi federal government there doesn’t have it’s act together. While that’s true in large degree, it’s also beside the point.  […]

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Eric Florack on November 18th, 2007

Times are tough for the Republican Party and its candidates. Earlier this month, according to Gallup, more people strongly disapproved of George W. Bush than any previous president since the advent?of polling—and, really, how could things be any different? Bush can boast of an unwinnable quagmire in Iraq, a decimated housing market, economic instability and […]

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Eric Florack on November 11th, 2007

Poor Paul Krugman… So there’s a campaign on to exonerate Ronald Reagan from the charge that he deliberately made use of Nixon’s Southern strategy. When he went to Philadelphia, Mississippi, in 1980, the town where the civil rights workers had been murdered, and declared that “I believe in states’ rights,” he didn’t mean to signal […]

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