Eric Florack on June 1st, 2009

I haven’t commented on this Tiller thing yet, mostly because  there hardly seems a point in discussing at any length, something that wasn’t “all in”, as yet. You will admit the story broke rather quickly. I didn’t comment on it at all, (here, or elsewhere…) though David did pretty well with it, here, insofar as laying […]

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Eric Florack on October 16th, 2008

Here’s a transcript of last night’s debate. If I get time, there’s a number of points I’d like to break out of it.  But for now, a quick overview of who won and who lost. If there’s one thing that the blogging Democrats and their pre-written declarations of an Obama victory in the debate last […]

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I’d say, Billy, that there’s a major difference in the perception of justice when you involve the religious freedom component. To put that into the same context as OJ Simpson, however, …which in my view is a connection that cannot be ignored… is something else, again.   Of course this is the same point I made […]

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davidl on August 22nd, 2008

Potemkin village. If voters pay attention instead to the things Obama is saying, the case against an Obama presidency will be clear.  Lorie Byrd, Townhall. As attributed to Barack Obama by Hugh Hewitt, Townhall,  via Dale Franks, QandO:  Everybody’s watching what’s going on in Beijing right now with the Olympics , Think about the amount […]

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