Eric Florack on August 31st, 2003

I couldn’t resist this one…. A spousal abuse case, apparently, from Cambodia. The wife… 46, gets into an argument with the Husband… 52. Grabs the guy’s testicles and starts squeezing, until he passes out. Fearing that when he wakes up, the guy’s gonna be REALLY pissed, the wife ties a scarf around the husband’s neck, […]

Continue reading about I Normally Stick with the Serious Stuff, But…..

Eric Florack on August 31st, 2003

I have two words to say as regards Rep. Bill Janklow… MaryJo Kopekne.

Continue reading about The Double Standard Strikes Again

Eric Florack on August 31st, 2003

An interesting story, in my email today, that apparently ran in Toronto’s Globe and Mail. Apparently, the city of Tikrit, Iraq now has unrestricted internet access. The first search done on the net? Here’s the String: George Bush. No, you’re right; you never heard about this one from the so-called Mainstream press. And we both […]

Continue reading about Another Story the American Press Won’t Tell You About Iraq.

Eric Florack on August 29th, 2003

The FBI is now confirming an arrest but is saying the details are sealed, at least until Friday afternoon, when the suspect is to be arraigned. However, a report now running on AP’s wires is citing nameless Minnesota court official, as saying the suspect is one Jeffrey Lee Parson of Hopkins, Minn. According tot he […]

Continue reading about More on the Supposed Master of “Blaster”

Eric Florack on August 29th, 2003

A story on the AP wire this morning, reports that the FBI is pretty sure they’ve ID’d the 18 year old kid who wrote the ‘Blaster’ virus. Of course, they’re not releasing much in the way of detail, though they claim they’ll have them once this kid’s under arrest.  Seems a bit odd that they’d […]

Continue reading about Teenager Suspected of Spreading Computer Virus

Eric Florack on August 29th, 2003

The AP is reporting, (and the New York Times, even is admitting) that the economy is on the mend. Up, in fact another 3.1% last quarter/ Better than the Democrats wanted, but better even than the Bush Administration had hoped. As I recall they predicted along the lines of a 2.4% growth. The Washington Times, […]

Continue reading about Bad News for Democrats: Economy Doing Well.

Eric Florack on August 29th, 2003

There are many who consider her the most dangerous political figure in America. I think this to be over-billing, frankly. With her record, she will be easiest to defeat, easier even than that idiot, Howard Dean. There’s no doubt in my mind she’ll be stopped.

Continue reading about To the Shock And Amazement of Nobody, Hitlery is Running.

Eric Florack on August 28th, 2003

The money passage from the latest column of Alan Keyes, that needs to be shouted from the rooftops: The First Amendment to the Constitution plainly states: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion …” Since there can be no federal law on the subject, there appears to be no lawful basis for […]

Continue reading about Ten Commandments? The Real Issue

Eric Florack on August 28th, 2003

Mona Charen has penned a great comeback for those who think culture doesn’t make any difference. Required reading.

Continue reading about It’s All About the Culture.

Eric Florack on August 28th, 2003

Boortz is a little thick on some matters. He still can’t understand. Is it too much to ask, though, for you to try to separate your religious practices from the operation of government? Ummm…. Neal, explain to us how a 5000lb stone monument negatively effects the operation of government, please.

Continue reading about Bortz Still Doesn’t Get It.

Eric Florack on August 28th, 2003

Look, I’m not a fan of Schwarzenegger, politically speaking. He’s no conservative. But as Ann Coulter points out, he’s not Davis. Now, when I see the leftists at the Washington Post running a pure hit peice like this one, it’s clear to me that they are fearful. Consider the signs; this is the group of […]

Continue reading about Left Trying to Do the Schwarzenegger Smear?

Eric Florack on August 27th, 2003

Boortz blows it on many issues. This isn’t one of them. He picked up this line from a blogger calling himself “Ransom” and it bears repeating: “I don’t disagree that many black Americans remain oppressed, but I would argue that their oppressors are activist leaders within their own community. Some of them perpetuate victimization by […]

Continue reading about Color Blind Society, Part Two

Eric Florack on August 26th, 2003

The write-ups and so on are starting to come out on that NASA report we were told would come out today. Newsday, among others, that the undermining of the NASA Culture was to blame. I’d like you to consider the comments I’ve made for years about our western, American culture, and the way it’s being […]

Continue reading about NASA ‘Culture” to Blame

Speakers marking 40th aniv of King “I have a dream” speech reject a color-blind society Hard to believe it’s been 40 years since Dr. Martin Luther King uttered the ‘I have a dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial in which he publicly, and dramatically dreamed of a time when people are “not judged by the […]

Continue reading about Speakers Marking 40th Aniv of King “I have a Dream” Speech Reject a Color-blind Society

Eric Florack on August 24th, 2003

As if to further my argument in this week’s Bit, Julia Gorin comes up with a brilliant article.

Continue reading about Blackout Blues