davidl on April 27th, 2009

Conservation: Me, to waitress: Do you remember by [usual] order? Waitress: It [already] is in. Me: [heart patters] Me, to same waitress: [recalls conservation] Is this what is like in Heaven? Waitress: [smiles] Me: [misssion accomplished] Canucks call Algore a liar, Steve Milloy, Canada Free Press: When Tennessee Rep. Marsha Blackburn confronted Al Gore with his […]

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Eric Florack on April 24th, 2009

Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read on the ‘sphere: The ever more popular BitsBlog Nightly Ramble This is the Garden Store Edition When government rises, true charity falls: This blog has pointed out for years, that when taxes go up, ostensibly to support social services programs, actually charity giving suffers.  So […]

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Eric Florack on April 8th, 2009

Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘sphere… The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble This is the Free Internet edition Suicide by Billing Rates: Let’s call this what it is; the Associated Press is busily committing suicide. The fact of the matter is they need all the good vibes they can […]

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Eric Florack on April 1st, 2009

Welcome one and all to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘shpere… The BigsBlog Nightly Ramble This is the Teleprompter Edition. We have written a virus that only works on Teleprompters, as demonstrated here, on the President’s prompters in Washington  a few days ago. I gather that all 12 of the prompters loaded […]

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davidl on March 28th, 2009

Earlier, I said no. Now I inclined to believe that Canada’s health was not helpful to the late Ms Richardson.  Ingrid Perez, Globe and Mail, offers a pretty good time line.  I am less than impressed with the four hours it took to get Richardson to a trauma center. On the counter-point, Max Harrold, Vancour […]

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Eric Florack on February 25th, 2009

OK, I know that by now a lot of you either saw or read though this speech of Obama’s, and so it’s old news. But I’ve seen nobody rip through this thing point by point. I can understand why… with my work and family schedule it took me most of a day to get this […]

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davidl on December 12th, 2008

Michael O’Brien, Hill, reported that  Jennifer Granholm(D – Canada ) has called Senate Majority Leader Dirty Harry Reid (D-NV) Un-American: Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D) said it was “un-American” for senators to have voted against approving a bailout of troubled automakers last night, saying their vote may cause a recession to become a depression. “It is […]

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Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read on the ‘sphere… Bit’s Blog’s Nightly Ramble Tonight is the final debate between BO and McCain.  The obvious lean is for some serious fireworks to occur, but I wonder if McCain will go after Obama the way he should, on ACORN, and Democrat Voter Fraud […]

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Eric Florack on September 30th, 2008

Hume last night:   The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has decided a racially-tinged attack by one of its commentators on Sarah Palin was not such a good idea after all. Heather Mallick said in a September 5 column that Republican men were sexual inadequates and that Palin was a toned-down version of a porn actress. She […]

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Eric Florack on August 30th, 2008

I see, by way of McQ, a set of trascripts on National Review  from Larry Kudlow, of interviews with Sarah Palin, Here and here I’ll include a few excepts, here. Kudlow: Here’s the bad news. The Congress is going to take their summer recess without a vote — not even a vote — on rolling […]

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Eric Florack on August 2nd, 2008

Michael D is miffed at Obama for suggesting that the solution for oil supply problems is to find more. Apparently to him, that’s not painful enough for us. Look, I know that there are people who are suffering because of high gas prices. I’m one of them, although I know that, like many of you, […]

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Eric Florack on July 21st, 2008

Davidremarked the other day on the tax hike on fuel being proposed by the Democrats. I think his headline to be crucial to understanding this thing. Imagine with me, if you will, what would happen to the Democxrats and their chances in November if they printed headlines as David did; Democrats propose fifty-four percent gasoline […]

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Eric Florack on July 16th, 2008

Apparently, anti-war protestors have worn out their welcome in Canada. Remember, I’m within earshot of most of eastern Canada, and I’ll tell you the big concern is the amount of money such people won’t be paying for healthcare services, which are already in short supply up there. I see AOL finally served a purpose. Now, […]

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So, when Obama was in front oa AIPAC, he told them Jerusalem must remain undivided. Next day, (Actually only a few hours later ) he remembers his freinds in Hamas who endorsed him, and says the future of the city should be negotiated. He calls it poor phrasing. I call it poor lying. It figures. Cynthia McKinney […]

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OK, here’s story number one, by way of Michelle: (06-17) 19:07 PDT TURLOCK (STANISLAUS COUNTY) — The town of Turlock and much of the rest of the nation was shocked when a 27-year-old man beat and stomped his 2-year-old son to death on a rural road. But what was nearly as stunning for many people […]

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