From Ted Cruz productions:  Clinton Office Space

“Damn it feels good to be a Clinton, a shameless politician always plays her cards right. Got a crew for the fight on the airwaves. Lapdogs in the press keep their mouths tight. ‘Cause a Clinton never needs to explain what, why it is what they done or with who, a real Clinton knows that they’re entitled and you don’t get to know what they do.”

“What difference does it make for a Clinton what’s loaded in some fat oppo file? A Clinton plays the victim for promotion. A Clinton kills it off with a smile. Damn it feels good to be a Clinton, a server full of secrets ain’t no thing. Damn it feels good to be a Clinton, nothing ever hits with a sting.”

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maggie hassan
Most of us won’t be surprised by any of this, but in a press release dated February 10th, 2016, Governor Maggie Hassan–who wants to be the next US Senator from New Hampshire–demonstrated how she thinks government in Washington should work. Read the whole thing!

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Care of Rich Girard…

Girard at Large | One hundred thousand six hundred thirty nine.  That’s how many votes Donald J. Trump officially received in Tuesday’s primary.  The vote tally gave Trump thirty five point six percent of the record two hundred eighty two thousand eight hundred four votes cast in the Republican Primary.  Ohio Governor John Kasich finished a distant second with forty four thousand eight hundred seventy eight votes, or fifteen point nine percent of the vote.  Bunched up in third, fourth and fifth place were Texas Senator Ted Cruz with thirty three thousand two hundred fourteen votes, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush with thirty one thousand three hundred forty one and Florida Senator Marco Rubio with twenty nine thousand nine hundred ninety one votes.

 

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Today, you can catch UP on last weeks program starting at 9 am Eastern.

Tomorrow morning at 9 am we welcome back Ed Naile, guest co-host Kimberly Morin, and Chrissy Harbin from AFP, to talk Post NH primary analysis, election fraud, Democrat gun bans, the SCOTUS ruling on Obama’s Clean Power Plan…and I bet you did you did not know that the NHGOP was always in on the fight against vote stealing? I read it somewhere so it must be true.

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Remember, MIT trained John Sununu the Elder said:

I have no feeling for the electorate anymore. It is not responding the way it used to. Their priorities are so different that if I tried to analyze it I’d be making it up.

The last couple of years, a rebellion has been brewing, mostly smoking, irritated, frowning – or as Conservative Treehouse has said “Cold anger”.  They are tired of being taken for granted, sick of the browbeatings from their “betters”, and tired of votes being demanded (and then, at least here in NH, their Principles disregarded by the NH GOP).

CNBC’s “Morning” Joe Scarborough lays it out cleanly as to why the base trusts not the Establishment and is, in effect, open rebellion (emphasis mine): Read the whole thing!

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Yeah, we’re in the BEST of Political Correctness (hint: that’s a hint) hands.  Our Dept. of Homeland Security is on the top of their game watching inside our borders (yeah, that’s another sad joke).  Here’s who they think are our greatest threats:

fbi-terrorism

Yup, look at them all.  Look hard.  Now, let’s play “where’s Waldo?”

Read the whole thing!

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Just cool:

“Sacek was hired by Elevation Digital Media in collaboration with Arrow Electronics to design and build this autonomous paper airplane factory, which is controlled by multiple Lego Mindstorms intelligent bricks, and quite a bit of custom code. It’s not the first Lego paper airplane machine we’ve seen, but Sacek’s design looks far more streamlined and reliable.”

(H/T: Gizmodo)

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The old politician saw is: “The most dangerous place for you in Washington – is between (fill in name of pol) and a camera.” We’ll coin a government saw: “The most dangerous place for you anywhere on the planet – is government between you and the free market.”

Any and every tax, law and regulation – is government placing itself between you and the free market. And, conversely, between the free market and you. And, of course, it makes the market less free. It’s inherent. The bigger the tax – the less money you have for the market, and the less money marketeers have to operate. The bigger the laws and regulations – the less freedom we and the marketeers have to maneuver.

Think of government as a straight jacket. The bigger government is – the tighter are the arms constricting the marketplace.

-Seton Motley (RedState)

Just a longer way of saying what I have been saying for years:

The Bigger the Government, the smaller the citizen

 

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New Hampshire - Welcome, now go home.

Welcome to New Hampshire…

Well, a number of Republicans in the NH House decided to join the Democrat Party in enlarging State Government, put more people (especially formerly independent single working males) on the public dole, and are making the rest of us pay for it – Steve has the Republican list of those that decided that the Party Platform of smaller government, lower taxes is just so much nonsense – it’s not even a “guide” anymore.

Sidenote: is ANYONE else getting ticked off at the Republican politicians like NH State Rep Joe LaChance and NH State Senators Jeb Bradley & Chuck Morse saying they are “protecting” NH taxpayers while screwing those of us who are also FEDERAL taxpayers – because now WE will have less to spend on OUR families just for them to pass legislation that they hope will appeal to DEMOCRAT voters to keep their butts in their political seats?

But people are watching – and thinking down the road.  For the Governorship – Republican primary.  And someone is not going to be happy with the comment (emphasis mine):

Read the whole thing!

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HB1368 vote - nay on ITL

Nay means they tried to save the bill!

Democrat Katherine Rogers wrote a bill to require anyone in possession of a firearm within NH to have liability insurance that does not exist in any state for each and every weapon. This is a gun ban bill, plain and simple.

It came out of legislative committee inexpedient to legislate by a vote of 20-1.

When it was time for a floor vote, 22 House Democrats voted against killing it (Nay to save this legislation from its timely demise). They tried to save the de facto gun ban bill. You’ll recognize a few names, like Timmy Horrigan, Cynthia Chase, and (of course) Katherine Rogers.

For my full treatment on this awful piece of legislation look here.

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James O'Keefe - Richard Head

James O’Keefe and NH Asst. AG Richard head

The last time Project Veritas was in NH it was 2012 and they were going polling place to polling place stating the name of a deceased voter to ballot clerks who would look up the name, ask if the address was correct and attempt to hand the Project Veritas journalist a ballot. That hit a nerve with NH voters.

Naturally, the NH AG went after James O’Keefe of Project Veritas. In the end, Richard Head of the NH AG’s Office begged off that stupid idea. James remained a free man. But some other interesting things occurred during that 2012 investigation. Some far left organizations petitioned the NH AG to prosecute James O’Keefe. The Daily Kos was one of those entities.

Read the whole thing!

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So the NH AG’s office plans to probe for possible election law violations after the release of the most recent Project Veritas video

WMUR | CONCORD, N.H. —The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office has decided to begin an investigation of possible violation of a state law governing voting-related conduct, depicted in a video made public this week by a conservative activist group.

The article goes on to reference state law regarding domicile and eligibility but the concern appears to be with regard to election officials and how they responded to questions about domicile and eligibility. GO watch the video and they gape in awe at how your state government fails to protect your vote by letting anyone, ANYONE, show up and erase it just by claiming to live in your town on election day.

I think you know where we stand. If you’re not sure search Vote Fraud, Voter Fraud, Domicile…you’ll figure it out.

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We are looking for information about a woman who appears as an Election official in Nashua, New Hampshire during Tuesday’s NH Primary.

Milk Carton - Nashua Election offical

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Kelly-Ayotte-John-McCain

Kelly Ayotte has announced her support for ‘The People’s Pledge’ by asking Governor Hassan to sign on. If you forgot what that is, Jeanne Shaheen tried to foist in on Scott Brown in the 2014 US Senate race after he lost to Liz Warren when they both signed on in 2012.

If an independent third party group spends money on TV, radio, or online supporting a candidate, that candidate has agreed to pay 50% of the cost of airing that ad to a charity of the other candidate’s choice.

How nice of Senator Ayotte to toe another progressive narrative for them.

Read the whole thing!

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Concord tax assault

By a vote of 207 to 136 the NH House advanced Obama Care Medicaid Expansion legislation that will inevitably lead to a broad-based income or sales tax in the Granite State. We’ve talked about the expansion, the effects, consequences, and costs already, so let’s get down to the votes.

Who, in the NH House, just voted to saddle you with an unnecessary and unsustainable welfare-state expansion–complete with all the Federal strings–that will inevitably lead to a sales or income tax ?

Read the whole thing!

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Bernie’s NH Victory leads to huge cash haul

Afterburner

When you look at this, remember the last column is ONE month:
After-Bern-er - Fundraising takes off

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This week on Throwback-Thursday we go back in time to January 17th, 2015 to discuss patient outcomes under ObamaCare with Dr Jason Fodeman MD, Vote Fraud with CNHT Chairman Ed Naile, and School Board antics with Ken Eyring and Tom Murray. (2′ 30″)

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Recorded at Alpine Grove, where the Cruz post-primary party was held. Apologies for the poor focus during the speech – the lighting fooled the autofocus. What you can see is a good crowd, and lots of press – the main press platform at the rear overflowed, there were two rows of tables for reporters, and a separate table at the side where NPR set up.
There was a lot of excitement, and Ted’s speech was very well received, indeed, the room became raucous during his key lines:

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A few days before Gov. Christie was driven out of the race by New Hampshire voters we had a conversation with Alex Roubian from the New Jersey Second Amendment Society about how the N.J. Governor had lied on national television about his record on gun rights. Hear what Alex had to say about the Governor and the state of self-defense rights in the Garden State.

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Kevin Beck

Kevin Beck – Kemibe

He who loves to correct spelling and grammar is a “professional” writer. Hard to believe but true.

Of course I am an aspiring actor waiting for my big break in Hollywood (as a bad guy) and just blogging here until my ship comes in.

So here is Kevin E. Beck’s favorite article about one of his favorite subjects.

See if it meets the smell test:

Read the whole thing!

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For Every Out-of-State Vote, A NH Citizen Loses Theirs

by Ed Naile February 11, 2016

Some of you may have seen the Project Veritas video released this morning showing their investigator journalists, who were posing as out-of-state campaign workers, being coached and offered information on how to vote illegally in NH. Remember, this is a Federal Election, not a town meeting or state election. Federal law prohibits interstate voting – […]

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FBI taking over the occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge?

by Skip February 10, 2016

A while ago, the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon was taken over by a number armed farmers and their supporters in their attempt to protest the treatment of two local farmers accused of malfeasance on Federal land. This has been a well publicized event so I’m not going to blog the details as they […]

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And is Papa Sununu ruing his new words?

by Skip February 10, 2016

Remember he said: I have no feeling for the electorate anymore. It is not responding the way it used to. Their priorities are so different that if I tried to analyze it I’d be making it up. Add to it, this which was said before yesterday’s NH Primary: GOPe Hack Sununu: “If Trump Only Wins […]

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Notable Quote – Bernie hates capitalism

by Skip February 10, 2016

From Weekend Pundit: Speaking of Bernie Sanders, we should all remember that he’s never held a private sector job. All of his paychecks have come from government, be it the city of Burlington, Vermont or from Uncle Sam as a member of Congress, either in the House or the Senate. He’s never had to worry […]

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Palate Cleanser – This is for Ed Naile

by Skip February 10, 2016

Ed is a Grokster but more importantly, as Chair of CNHT, he fights for NH taxpayers in kinds of ways – including Voter Fraud.  But he is a professional arborist and stages the Stihl sponsored Lumberjack competitions.  When I saw this, I immediately thought of Ed KNOWING he could be doing this breakdown in his […]

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What, John E. Sununu, WE’RE not your most “Right wing extremist blog”? We’ve failed you!

by Skip February 10, 2016

After all John, John Kasich has said the following: “Isn’t that interesting,” Kasich said as the crowd around her gasped. However, without mentioning his political allegiance or correcting the voter, Kasich went on to position himself as a good compromise between Sanders and Clinton saying, “One of them’s too hot, one of them’s too cold, […]

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This guy makes NH GOP Committeeman Steve Duprey look like a piker

by Skip February 10, 2016

Yes, that NH GOP Committeeman Steve Duprey who gives money to Planned Parenthood’s political action committee.  Yes, that PPPAC that has vowed to remove NH Senator Kelly Ayotte from her seat in the US Senate.  Yes, we have cataloged (probably much to the dismay of Renee Plummer and NH State Rep Joe LaChance) the evil […]

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Obama can’t even be honest about what “Islam” means

by Skip February 10, 2016

“I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” – Barack Hussein Obama, P 261 -“Audacity of Hope.” And “‘…The Future Must Not Belong To Those Who Slander The Prophet Of Islam”. Neither should it belong to those that commit taqiyya to “infidels” about Islam even if you are […]

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Mission Accomplished – Kamikaze Christie Exits The Race

by Mike February 10, 2016

When notable figures leave the presidential race, WSJ’s James Taranto immortalizes their departure with a little Haiku. Herewith the “Bye-Ku” for Christie: Mr. Roboto Domo Arigato. I’m A kamikaze Paraphrasing: “Thanks, Robotic Rubio – you’re dead and I’m back to NJ….. you’re welcome!!”

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And another one (and another one) bites the dust: Christie and Fiorina

by Skip February 10, 2016

That would be both Chris Christie AND Carly Fiorina – after really disappointing results (and blowing millions of bucks), they have dropped out of the race seeking the Presidency.  TMEW asked me about Carly as she had boasted that she was going all the way as recently as last night; all I could do is […]

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