Eric Florack on May 8th, 2007

It’s a bit warmer around here of late, currently 71° at sunset.  Rather nice, actually.  And as warm as it’s been all year. * No music? No, I’ll save my music comments for last. You’ll see why. * Boortz makes note of an interesting, if predictable demographic trend: Here’s an interesting study about a migration […]

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davidl on May 8th, 2007

Gee. A terror plot involving “Islamic radicals.” Imagine that. Sister Toldjah ?

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Eric Florack on May 8th, 2007

The Star-Ledger is reporting: Federal investigators last night arrested six Islamic radicals who were planning a heavily armed attack against soldiers at Fort Dix as part of a jihad against America, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. In a statement released this morning that confirmed an earlier report on nj.com, The Star-Ledger’s website, the U.S. […]

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Eric Florack on May 8th, 2007

Must have been a slow news day.   The media has a stock of standard stories they periodically dust-off and then foist-off as if they were new.   The nice thing about blogging about them, is that no new creative effort is required to refute them. Will Lester pens a 512 word article infering intentional racial bias […]

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davidl on May 8th, 2007

Kerstin Gehmlich reports on a potential pitfall for Mrs. Clinton’s campaign: PARIS (Reuters) – Socialist Segolene Royal failed to win over a majority of women voters in France’s presidential election and may have paid a price for focusing too much on her gender at the expense of promoting her policies. Only 48 percent of women voted […]

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