davidl on August 15th, 2008

We are all Falcons. Repreted in full because a free press is important to a free natoin. SPU cleared in discrimination case    By Debra Vaughn Smith , Special to The Falcon    Published: 10-7-1998 A federal agency has cleared Seattle Pacific University of racial discrimination charges filed by a former student.A separate internal investigation, […]

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Eric Florack on August 15th, 2008

Another First place at OTB’s Caption Contest. Two weeks in a row, now. Did you really expect better out of Klein, Billy? Really? Oh, and while I’m thinking of you, Billy, I more than grant that the seperation between laws an men is problematic, and just downright stupid. That said, there’s a lot of problems […]

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Eric Florack on August 15th, 2008

Noted in the Wa Po: Rep. John P. Murtha, the Pennsylvania Democrat known for delivering federal money to defense contractors in his district, is now going to bat for a constituent’s company that was convicted last year of illegally exporting components of military equipment. Murtha, chairman of the House Appropriations defense subcommittee, wrote State Department […]

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Eric Florack on August 15th, 2008

Neal Boortz this morning: So Hillary Clinton will get her way … sort of. She wanted a roll call vote at the Democrat convention and she got one. Now her “historic achievement” will be acknowledged. Wouldn’t it be fun … I mean I know it’s impossible … but wouldn’t it make for great talk radio […]

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davidl on August 15th, 2008

If there is one thing that Barack Obama has demonstrated it is that he can not handle “distractions.”    Well as Jim Gerhaghty, National Review, demonsrates, the real world is full of distractions: We may be on the verge of winning in Iraq, but Afghanistan is getting tougher. Pakistan is still an unstable cauldron of extremism […]

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