Eric Florack on February 8th, 2007

* We’re still getting news, as regards to the death of Anna Nicole Smith, whether we want it, or not. I’ve pretty much written myself off as to having to deal with that for at least a couple of weeks. If not longer. I see McQ’s initial reaction is pretty much the same as mine. […]

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Eric Florack on February 8th, 2007

Fox news is reporting: Reality star Anna Nicole Smith died Thursday after collapsing at a South Florida hotel, one of her lawyers said. Smith, 39, did not respond to CPR, and her boyfriend, Howard K. Stern, was with her when she passed, her attorney, Ron Rale, told FOX News.The former Playboy Playmate was found unresponsive […]

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davidl on February 8th, 2007

Socialism produces poverty. Fidel Castro, Snap9: In June 1960, Eisenhower reduced Cuba’s sugar import quota by 7,000,000 tons, and in response, Cuba nationalized some $850 million worth of U.S. property and businesses. The revolutionary government grabbed control of the nation by nationalizing industry, expropriating property owned, collectivizing agriculture, and enacting policies which would benefit the […]

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Eric Florack on February 8th, 2007

Someone apparently is watching closer than I’ve been, of late. Word this morning via Email, that Actor Ron Carey died on the 22nd of last month, at age 71.    

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Eric Florack on February 8th, 2007

And the Oregon state climatologist may lose his title because he does not accept the theory that humans are the main cause of global climate change. A Portland TV station is reporting that Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski wants the title taken away from George Taylor — who insists natural cycles explain most of the planet’s […]

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davidl on February 8th, 2007

Tim Russert had been described as the king of the Washington press corps.  Well the king did not have a good day.  Tim Russert hobbled into the courtroom this afternoon on crutches. When he left the stand at the end of the day (slated to return for more cross-examination tomorrow) his credibility had been so hobbled […]

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