Eric Florack on November 30th, 2006

The weather is finally changing, around here…. a cold front moving through, and it’s been raining nonstop for the last four hours or so.  Driving home was an interesting adventure.  Apparently the signal patterns on the night time AM band predicting the weather change was accurate again. The change did come, and right on time. […]

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I must say, James Joyner disappointed me this morning. I admit, I came down on him pretty hard… and particularly hard for someone I so often agree with on most matters…  Perhaps overly so, but bless it all, why on earth would someone with a capacity of at least two brain cells capitulate to these […]

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davidl on November 30th, 2006

For various reason all the recommendations of the Nine-Eleven Commission have yet to implemented.  For one, nobody ever elected the commission and they remain accountable to nobody.  Further their elephant size egos dwarf their moles size brains Yet for reasons unknown the democrats campaigned on pledge to implement all the commissions recommendations. For the Washington […]

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Eric Florack on November 30th, 2006

So, now we see the results of the Iraq study commission: WASHINGTON —AP– A leader of a bipartisan commission on U.S. options in Iraq said the group has agreed on a set of recommendations due next week, and published reports said the panel will urge a major withdrawal of U.S. forces but set no firm […]

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Eric Florack on November 30th, 2006

As an update to my comments on Captain Ed’s post on Newt and ‘free speech’, yesterday… I note Andy McCarthy over at The Corner Captain Ed offers an uncharacteristically overwrought analysis of Newt Gingrich’s sensible argument that the current threat – jihadists plotting mass-murder in a world where weapons of mass destruction are increasingly accessible […]

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