davidl on May 12th, 2007

Mrs. Pelosi wrote a truely disgusting piece of pabulum for the Puffington Post There are numerous reasons to end this war – the cost of lives and limbs, the cost in dollars, the cost to our reputation in the world, the cost to our military and National Guard – but it is as a mother, that I […]

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Eric Florack on May 12th, 2007

Kevin Drum, over at Washington Monthly, shows his usual keen understanding of political history when he asks: Here’s a question for any old-timers who might be reading this blog: was George Romney’s Mormon faith an issue for him when he ran for president in 1968? I know that Romney self-destructed with his “brainwashing” comment so […]

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Mr. Eric Blair…. otherwise known as George Orwell, told us, in the pages of “Animal Farm” of how socialist leaders tend to take for their own the best while expecting the others to not only shouler their burdens, but do so with less in the way of comforts. Not much has changed. Witness this report […]


davidl on May 12th, 2007

Michelle Malkin has the story, with all kinds of links, of Tufts University jihad against free speech, at least the conservative kind. here. Tufts, as a private school, has the right to establish any kind of speech code they alone see fit.  However Tufts should not on one hand pretend to support free speech while […]

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davidl on May 12th, 2007

Charles Babington, Associated Press, repors on more allegators found in Mrs. Pelosi’s Swamp: House Democrats are suddenly balking at the tough lobbying reforms they touted to voters last fall as a reason for putting them in charge of Congress. Mrs. Pelosi sure talked a good game before she picked up the speaker’s gavel.  Sadly all […]

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Eric Florack on May 12th, 2007

There’s a number of sub-plots involved with this post. (read it, and come back) Full disclosure time: I’m an XM subscriber, but I don’t listen to O&A, and have never cared for that kind of radio, be it Stern, Imus, whoever. Further, I speak as one who has spent a few years on the other […]

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Linda Mason, CBS News, purports to talking about Katie Couric and her sinking ratings, but Mason could just as well be talking of Mrs. Ciinton’s campaign: Linda Mason: I’m just surprised at how, almost 30 years after I worked on the “Evening News” as the first woman producer, that Katie is having such a tough […]

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