Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

What happens to the Democrats, if as I suspect…. Even after this …they can’t prove any wrongdoing on the part of Delay? It’s as I’ve said for years… Giving a Democrat what they say they want is often the best weapon you can use against them.

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Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

Hey, Glenn; Have you lost your boody MIND?

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Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

DRUDGE is saying on his site that he’ll be appearing on C-Span on Friday April 28th, at 08:00. Only problem is Friday is the 29th.

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Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

Stanley Kurtz notes an article in Harpers: “One thing I didn’t mention in my piece is the remark that appears to caution liberals against playing by the “old, polite rules of democracy” when dealing with conservative Christians. If I’m reading that right, then not only do we have a systematic attempt to identify conservative Christians […]

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Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

Power Line this morning notes the case of one Jim Merkel who has just been hired at Dartmouth for a position apparently created for him called a “sustainability director”. To give you a picture of what that task entails is a tall order, but the way to start is to look at the activities of […]

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Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

Dean at Dean’s World debunks rather neatly, the argument about how we’re slipping toward this horrible Theocracy…. It’s a visual, so I won’t bother quoting it.

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Eric Florack on April 28th, 2005

Drezner last night decides to take on the task of reading and arguing Andrew Sullivan’s TNR peice. Glenn’s been commenting on this one too. The two of them do a far enough job of trying to argue with him as if they take him seriously. I suppose they DO take him seriously, and I think […]

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