Eric Florack on March 24th, 2004

You’ll recall Richard Clarke suggesting that Terrorism was the highest priority in the Clinton administration. John Weidner over at Random Jottings asks : “Does anyone else find it odd that in his entire run for president, Al Gore never mentioned the most urgent foreign policy issue of the administration he was helping to lead? Somehow […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2004

Cap’t Ed over at Captain’s Quarters has an interesting discussion on an editorial from of all people, Michael Young, the opinion editor of the Daily Star in Lebanon: As far as the Bush administration was concerned, a democratic Iraq at the heart of the Arab world could become a liberal beacon in the region, prompting […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2004

I knew there was something I liked aboutVictor Hanson: “Most Democrats we saw this year …Howard Dean, Al Gore, John Kerry, Terry McAuliff, and John Edwards…either grew up in aristocratic bounty or are themselves multimillionaires. Does this matter?….only in the sense of sincerity and consistency. When Republican grandees talk of the glories of the free […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2004

AP’s wire says:: “Explosive Found in French Railway Bed 6 minutes ago PARIS – A French railroad worker found an explosive device buried in the bed of a railway line heading from France to Switzerland on Wednesday, the Interior Ministry said. Bomb disposal experts neutralized the device, which was half-buried under a track in the […]

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Eric Florack on March 24th, 2004

Boortz this morning, makes the obvious point about Hamas, CAIR and Yassin, etc: Thanks to James Taranto’s Opinion Journal column, we can now take a look at the Covenant of the Hamas.  This document was issued on August 18, 1988.  It is the founding document of Hamas.  Cair calls Yassin an “Islamic religious leader?”  Yeah […]

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