Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

Well, I don’t know as I fully agree withthis chap, but he does make for an interesting read.

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

Bob Livingston says the reason Delay is under attack is because he’s effective. Yes, folks… sometimes it really is that simple.

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

WorldNetDaily makes note of Ann Coulter on Time’s cover, and wonders what’s up with the weird proportions in that picture…. I dunno as I’m so worried about it, but here’s a speculation; Remember a similar picture of Bill Clinton on the cover of Esquire, casuing some degree of controversy? (Funny thing; I can’t seem to […]

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

Michelle Malkin points out that today, well… 230 years ago tonight, actually, Paul Revere took a little ride in the moonlight.

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

All around liberal stooge Kinsley in the WaPo this morning has apparently come to the conclusion (of nesessity, from his POV) that a Neoconservative is defined only as someone whom liberals such as himself disagree with. But there are small points which Kinsley misses. For example, he tries to tie our current actions in the […]

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

The independant is busy this fine morning, crowing over a supposedly major breakthrough in the ability to read acient documents which were unreadable previously. They go on to holler: In the past four days alone, Oxford’s classicists have used it to make a series of astonishing discoveries, including writing by Sophocles, Euripides, Hesiod and other […]

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A little late, but this one took a little more writing than usual; The Newest Bit’sBit is now up. It’s called: Who wants a more liberal Church? Not as many as you’d think

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Let me open these comments by saying I’m not a Roman Catholic, being instead a Lutheran.  Still, what the Roman Church does undeniably affects Christiandom as a whole, and therefore seems a valid discussion. As the Cardinals gather to decide the matter of who will be the next Pope, many are writing to this subject […]

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

Colorado Conservative has a few words Charlie Rangel would do well to heed. I doubt he’s smart enough.

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

I subscribe to QOTD via Bloglines. This one caught my eye: This one caught my eye: when it came up by chance, today; “If one sticks too rigidly to one’s principles, one would hardly see anybody.”

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Eric Florack on April 18th, 2005

Ace of Spades HQ points up an article in the LA TIMES wherein Howard Dean talks about Terri Shaivo this way: ‘We’re going to use Terri Schiavo later on,’. … “‘This is going to be an issue in 2006, and it’s going to be an issue in 2008,’ Dean told about 200 people at a […]

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