Eric Florack on September 28th, 2004

Check the vid and audio spots at DanRatherMustGo.com I gather they have the video spot scheduled to run in some markets during Rather’s program. A nice effort, but as I’ve said previously, this won’t solve the problem. The real problem lies with the ownership.

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Eric Florack on September 28th, 2004

* Anyone want to start talking seriously about opening up ANWR to drilling? Or do we wait until the price is at $90/bl? How long are we going to let the enviro-wacko left dictate our energy policy, and thereby, our economic future? *If we’re to take the polling data currently out, it would seem the […]

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Eric Florack on September 28th, 2004

Bit’s Blog of the week comes out each midweek. The qualifications for this honor(?) are rather simple; You need to have attracted my attention for some reason. Being in my blogroll helps, since I visit those on that list each day, but it’s not a requirement. You never know where the fickle mouse of fate […]

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Eric Florack on September 28th, 2004

You sharper people… and you know who you are… will have noted a change in the right side ads. Yes, I’ve opened them up a bit. This is occurring as I get more used to working with ad sense.  For what this is worth, I don’t have much control over what they put in there, […]

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Eric Florack on September 28th, 2004

Apparently, Mr. Kerry wants to be tanned when he shows up at the debates. Just within the last week or so, he’s started turning orange, as you see here. Drudge is noting this this morning… Britt Hume mentioned it on his show last night, and it’s been the subject of some chatter around the net. […]

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Eric Florack on September 28th, 2004

Boortz points out a couple quotes this morning that will interest those who think Kerry’s ‘more nuanced’ approach will work to solve our issues with the islamofacists, and get more countries involved with our fight against thse seeking hte destruction of the west. Gert Weisskirchen, foreign policy expert for Germany’s ruling party: “I cannot imagine […]

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