Monday, August 2, 2010

Has this one finally realized what Congress has done?

by Skip August 2, 2010

The time on being on "government auto-pilot" is over.  We have seen what Government does when ordinary folks like us just merely voted and then dismissed government from our minds, feeling that we have done our civic duty.  Why not?  Government, GOOD government, should always be in the background, perhaps the "third" background, as we […]

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Hodespocrisy–The Max Baucus Edition

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2010

Max Baucus, Democrat Senator from Montana, is the chairman of the Senate Finance committee and his Glacier PAC has donated $10,000.00 dollars to Paul Hodes for Senate.  Baucus may be best known for his influence on Health Care reform or Climate change legislation.  But what he should be known for is his relationship with lawyer/staffer Melodee […]

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Well, it looks like the dripping is going to speed up…

by Skip August 2, 2010

 "…having attended and spoken at many of its events around New Hampshire…" Well, I got sidetracked by the RightOnline conference and then by work, but now it is time to start finishing this sad tale.  So, as my fellow Groksters were telling me to get on with it, I shall – and the dripping faucet […]

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Choices – by YOU and ME, or by Big Govt?

by Skip August 2, 2010

Professor Arthur Brooks started out as a liberal teaching at Syracuse University – and started to change his views when his data that formed the core of his book ""Who Really Cares-The Surprising Truth About Compassionate Conservatism"" showed that the liberal mantra of "we care for the poor – conservatives are the cold hearted ones!" […]

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The other view

by Skip August 2, 2010

(H/T: NetRightDaily)

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Notable Quote – Coyote Blogger

by Skip August 2, 2010

I understand that this is exactly what the Left is shooting for – an environment where the competent have no advantage over the incompetent.  If employers are resorting to FICO scores, it just demonstrates how all the other reasonable avenues of obtaining information have been closed to them. The only saving grace in this country […]

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What Was The Point Of This?

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2010

If you and your employer “Part ways,” you are entitled to file for unemployment compensation assuming the departure was not the product of gross misconduct.  That means you didn’t do something that forced the employer to fire you.  Sexual misconduct, irrational behavior, negligence, abuse, and theft are all possible examples, many subject to the possibility […]

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