Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

Blogging will be light or non-existant tonight, as I’ll be in Niagara Falls with the family, as usual.

Be careful tonight.
I like having all of you as readers.
Keeping that situation, I suppose, requires you remaining alive and

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

So, if someone were to put a blog up about politics, and current events, and called it “Thoughts and Analysis”, would they call it “T&A” for short?

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

So says Right Dominion who then goes on to explain where the phrase comes from and so on. A worthy read.

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

I posted this link yesterday… and I do so again today for two rearsons. Amazon.COM American Red Cross Disaster Relief

1: Because it’s a place you need to visit.
2: Because those who have visited have thusfar raused over 7

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

Professor Ed Lynch of Hollins U in Roanoke, VA has a column posted today which ought to raise an eyebrow or two…. You might be a liberal if …

An example or two:

“You might be a liberal if… You

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

You will recall I mentioned the other day a editorial from the blithering idiot, Al Neuharth. It seems that E*P has been getting drowned in letters of response from angry Americans who share my view. E&P is singing the blues

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

Dizzy Girl Gennie notes an effort on the left to boycott Gasoline sales on the day President Bush is inaugurated.

Aside from the idea that they still can’t get over losing and move on, the connection here of course is

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

Remember we were supposed to open up shipments of Canadian beef again? Well…. Maybe Not.

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Eric Florack on December 31st, 2004

Check out the flying fur at Snugg Harbor.

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The Greatest Jeneration points out that while the death toll on the Sunami business keeps getting higher, the bright spot is Amerca’s bellying up to the bar… so far there’s on the order of 80 million in PRIVATE donations…. a

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Eric Florack on December 30th, 2004

Jump to Boortz’s site.Here. Scroll down to the photo.  check the guy in the black T-shirt behind the body on the stretcher. 

See what he’s wearing?

Now, do you understand why I ask about how all this aid we’re

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Eric Florack on December 30th, 2004

Ed over at The Captain’s Quarters has noted a little steam coming out of the ears of the “one-world” crowd. Apparently, the problem is that while being very generous indeed toward the goal of helping the stricken, the President has

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Eric Florack on December 30th, 2004

Dizzy Girl notes that “Buy Blue” site has it wrong about Starbucks.

“So here’s the deal: the information listed on is wrong. The company does NOT send money to political organizations or candidates. People who work for the company

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Eric Florack on December 30th, 2004

This is something I should have thought of when I wondered earlier today how the Islamofacist angle was going to play in SriLanka.

Michelle Malkin points out there are Islamofacists out there operating groups rasing money ostensibly for Tsunami victims.


Eric Florack on December 30th, 2004

There seems a pretty fair amount of confusion over the scope of this Tsunami thing. I’ve found a map of the event over at PoliBlog you want to see… it should explain a lot. Note the scale of the map..

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