Eric Florack on October 21st, 2012

Why did Benghazi happen? It’s a question the news media and the left keeps asking,  along with a number of Americans who decided back in ’08, along with that magnificent mental midget John McCain, that we had nothing to fear from an Obama Presidency.   And the American people are starting to wake up to […]

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Eric Florack on October 5th, 2012

They’re doing everything they can at the White House to keep the word from going out that the Obama economy is a Obama-made disaster.

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Eric Florack on October 3rd, 2012

About that 2007 Obama Hamptons Video…   Here it is. I should warn you, that the draw  on the servers at the Daily Caller is apparently quite high. I’d be interested in seeing how many millions have seen the vid. I’d also give a lemon cookie for a peek at their security log. I’m willing […]

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Eric Florack on September 30th, 2012

Quickly,  read Dick Morris on the subject. His comments are spot on, here. I will quote the whole of the article, here because it doesn’t break out easily. Republicans are getting depressed under an avalanche of polling suggesting that an Obama victory is in the offing. They, in fact, suggest no such thing! Here’s why: […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2010

Welcome, one and all, to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the web: The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble the HANNAH AND THE ACORNers: Hannah Giles files a kick in the butt for ACORN as they slither away. I’ve said it for years all that’s needed to keep this kind of thing in check is serious […]

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Eric Florack on December 28th, 2009

Welcome, one and all, to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the web…. The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble BACKTRACKING ALA NAPLITANO:I see Janet Napolitano has spent most of today backtracking, and admitting exactly what I said as an addendum to David’s post of yesterday … that the system did NOT work. The Heretige Foundation gives […]

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Eric Florack on November 23rd, 2009

James Joyner says: Ed Driscoll, Jonathan Adler and Glenn Reynolds take the New York Times and other mainstream outlets to task for their decision to not republish the stolen emails from climate scientists on the grounds that they were illegally obtained and written with the expectation of being kept private.  After all, these outlets famously […]

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Eric Florack on May 18th, 2009

Interesting note from Don Surber this morning. But the real inappropriate relationships in last year’s presidential campaign were between ACORN and the campaigns of both Obama and Democrat Hillary Clinton. The Times ignored that story. Unlike the McCain affair, multitudes of reporters were not rushed to flood the zone on this game changer. Well, of course. Don isn’t […]

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Eric Florack on August 25th, 2008

Interesting note from The Politico, yesterday: Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell was supposed to give “closing remarks” during this afternoon’s Shorenstein Center-sponsored panel discussion with all three Sunday show moderators — NBC’s Tom Brokaw, ABC’s George Stephanopoulous and CBS’s Bob Schieffer — but instead, he opened up a can of worms about bias in 2008 election […]

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Eric Florack on December 28th, 2007

Scientist Patrick Michaels writes in the American Spectator Thursday that if a major journal reported the planet has warmed twice as much as previously thought it would be front-page news in every paper. He writes: “But what would happen if a paper was published demonstrating that the planet may have warmed up only half as […]

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davidl on December 27th, 2007

Keith B. Richburg, Washington Post, fights to keep his Rolodex relevant, and explores the issue of the Reverend Al Sharpton’s relevance: Sharpton has “been eclipsed, because Obama puts guys like Sharpton in the shadow,” said Fred Siegel, a historian of New York City at the Cooper Union college in Manhattan. “Suppose Obama is elected president. […]

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Eric Florack on December 27th, 2007

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan —Fox News- Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday in a homicide attack that also killed at least 20 others at a campaign rally.Bhutto was shot in the neck and chest as she was entering her vehicle, and then the bomber blew himself up, FOX News has confirmed.The former prime minister died […]

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While Gallup’s most recent poll… and the “reporting” thereof… centered on the idea that Hillary Clinton has passed Oprah Winfrey as the most admired woman…. (Nobody asked me…)   Ron Coleman over at Right Wing News reports there’s a little mentioned other side to the report… Gallup reports — utterly buried in an article about how […]

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Economically speaking, this Christmas season wasn’t bad. Glenn notes today: CHRISTMAS RETAIL SALES UP, BUT BY A MODEST 3.6% — but online sales were up 22.4%. The New York Times calls those numbers “bleak,” a term that’s more accurately used in reference to its stock prices . . . . Heh… That snark aside, what […]

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Eric Florack on December 21st, 2007

Just weeks away from a possible surprise victory in the primaries, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz has been waging a ferocious behind the scenes battle with the NEW YORK TIMES, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned, and has hired DC power lawyer Bob Bennett to mount a bold defense against charges of giving special […]

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