davidl on July 8th, 2008

Americans are feed-up with paying over four dollars a gallon for gasoline.   Most members of Congress, republicans and a lot of democrats, agree and want to open-up domestic oil production.  Mrs. Pelosi does not.   Mrs. Pelosi would like to take the high price of gasoline and would push it even higher.  Susan Duclos, Wake up […]

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So, Ezra Klien is miffed that the New York Times didn’t write a hit peice on Limbaugh?  Ask me again why I’m ever more unimpressed by Klien. At some point, someone’s going to make mention of the idea that both Obama and McCain are tracking to the right. Apparently, my original perception was correct; the […]

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davidl on July 8th, 2008

Rush is more engaging than Sean Hannity, more comfortable than Michael Savage, funnier than Gordon Liddy, and less preachy than Laura Schlessinger. His act wears thin if you’re an intellectual. But he can afford to lose a few hundred people. James Joyner, Outside the Beltwar.  

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Eric Florack on July 8th, 2008

From the North Jersey Record: Congress must not allow drilling for oil and gas off the New Jersey coast, Governor Corzine and federal legislators said today in Belmar.  “Our world-renowned coastline is the lifeblood of our economy and a fragile environmental treasure,” Corzine said. “We will fight any attempt to jeopardize it.” Corzine was joined […]

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Eric Florack on July 8th, 2008

Hume, last night: Such has been the progress in Iraq that even Democratic Congressman John Murtha of Pennsylvania is not only not denying it but now admits it has worked. Murtha, a longtime critic of the war, said last June that President Bush’s claims of progress from the surge were “delusional,” adding, “There’s no way […]

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