Day: May 25, 2010

“Thank you”

No further words are needed or necessary… (H/T: Mac)

HassanSullivanSpeech – more on the NH Suppression / chilling of Political Speech

So what is this bill and why is this such a big deal?  The text is located here.  For the most part, and simply put, it has been about how banks ("trust companies") are to be structured. It also is setting up this: This bill also requires the filing of a statement with the secretary …

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More on HassanSullivanSpeech…part 2: Some of the Organizations at today’s meeting

Just got this from a loyal reader: Shouldn’t Kathy Sullivan release her full list of clients to her and her firm and how much they paid her so we know who is paying her and if her any of her clients have a financial interest in this? Indeed!  I was asked not to post the …

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Progressive knicker in knots moment again – Head Progressive not well liked and getting worse

Rassmussen has the WORST daily polling results for Obama yet: Sure, he got a bump up for a bit of time after Obamacare was passed, but it’s gone.  The BP oil leak is now being perceived as his Katrina.  The annual deficits are now getting BIG attention, and now that Obamacare has been passed, the …

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BREAKING! HassanSullivanSpeech (Anti-“Citizen United Free Speech”)- voting on it tomorrow here in NH

Just got this from a tipster.  It seems that there is a movement afoot among the Left here in NH (the meeting with NH HOUSE and SENATE members had  NO recognizable Republicans present, according to the tipster).  Neither were there any Right leaning advocacy groups present either. Rumor is, the vote is tomorrow – can …

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In All Fairness

Recent discussion about opposing opinions being mandated alongside existing internet content got me thinking.  Could we apply this to everything on-line?  Ads for fruit would need to include references to candy-bars of salty snacks.  Omaha Steaks would need to include a click through to Purdue chicken.  Every business would need to permit you to access competing …

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Why Property Taxes?

I have argued at great length on why relying primarily on local property taxes are the best mechanism for keeping government small.  But no matter how often I bring it up someone always tries to make the point that it’s not fair.  Why should the people who actually own the physical land in the state …

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Notable Quote – Byron York

On the Press handling and reporting on President Obama, and his attitude towards them: Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but in this world there is apparently no milquetoast like a reporter stiffed. – Byron York, syndicated columist

I may have my differences, but I do wish him well in retirement

Jim Splaine, with whom I had debates here on the ‘Grok (but stopped when he stopped answering my challenges), has decided to lace up his House shoes no more with this announcement over at Blue Hampshire: Leaving The Legislature: Would Have Liked To Have Done More, But Had Fun Trying!by: Rep. Jim Splaine …For me, …

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