Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2008

McQ: Many are taking the following quote of John McCain as an indication that one of the primary motivations for Iraq was oil. MMmmpppffh. If oil was the reason we went to war, then we might consider the Iraq war a failure. Of course that wasn’t the reason. But remember when liberals were critical, saying […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2008

Heh… It’s almost fun to watch the pain of the New York Times, as they’re forced to relate: LONDON — Boris Johnson, the floppy-haired media celebrity and Conservative member of Parliament who transformed himself from a shambling, amusing-aphorism-uttering figure of fun into a plausible political force, was elected mayor of London on Friday. Mr. Johnson’s […]

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Eric Florack on May 3rd, 2008

Joyner this morning, notes: New York is trying to collect taxes from online retailers who ship goods to the state, even if they have no brick-and-mortar presence. Amazon is suing, claiming the law is unconstitutional. I tell him, in comments, there: Of course all of this, leaves aside the issue of the high taxes in […]

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davidl on May 3rd, 2008

The audacity of stupidity and being too young to remember the Carter Administration. May 1 (Bloomberg) — Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama‘s proposal for a windfall profits tax on oil companies could cost $15 billion a year at last year’s profit levels, a campaign adviser said. The plan would target profit from the biggest oil […]

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davidl on May 3rd, 2008

Common sense, sharp wit, great writing, have long known that Kyle-Anne could write, , mostly through American Thinker, Just just discovered she has her own blog.  Here she dissects BO rather well. Mrs. Clinton’s adviser Claims Indiana slur video Is conspiracy.  That word coinspriracy sure has a familar ring to it. Taxing our way to […]

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The Telegraph(UK) spent the week doling out their supposed list of the top fifty American political pundits.  The Telegraph‘s list is hardly worth mocking and definitely not worth linking.   Here is the take from JammieWearingFool Take it with a grain of salt. They have Chris Matthews at Number 2, and nobody pays any attention to […]

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