Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the strict defender of Catholic orthodoxy for the past 23 years, was elected Pope on Tuesday despite a widespread assumption he was too old and divisive to win election. Which goes exactly to what I stated on Sunday night: “Now, it should be noted as a practical […]

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

The Register is reporting: A statement from NHS Connecting for Health said: “David Kwo, regional implementation director for the NHS Connecting for Health London cluster, was suspended from duty on Thursday, 14 April to enable an investigation into certain allegations that have been received. He will remain suspended until such time as the investigation has […]

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

Chrenkoff notes that Canada wasn’t the only one directing illegal money toward leftist political parties. Seems France was into it at about the same time. Perhaps now we better understand what motivated Chirac…. Errr… Chrétien, oui? Captain Ed… Take note…..

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

Engadget has the ultimate in shopping carts designed for the residency challanged. Rush Limbaugh, are you paying attention? This deserves a homeless update.

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

Brian Anderson in today’s LA Times: Wait a second, you say, didn’t I read that Air America has expanded to more than 50 markets? That’s true, but let’s put things in perspective: Conservative pundit and former Reagan official William J. Bennett’s morning talk show, launched at the same time as Air America, reaches nearly 124 […]

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

Right Wing Balance has a top-notch article up today you want to read about the CBC. Not unlike our own PBS/NPR, the CBC operates as a government paid for leftist cheering section.

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

Jeffrey Bell, in next Monday’s issue of the WEEKLY STANDARD makes the case for Tom DeLay; DeLay is the most important of a small but growing group of conservative leaders who are willing and able to operate without permission or praise from Blue State media. The fact that Hastert, DeLay, and their allies have maintained […]

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Eric Florack on April 19th, 2005

Power Line today has an article up called The soul of Juan Cole… which while not directly saying so argues correctly to the idea that Ive long held; He has none.

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