Friday, September 23, 2011

Going forward, expect more of this:

by Skip September 23, 2011

Once again, at a fevered pitch, watch for the difference in how the national press treats Republicans, in tempo, temperment, and topic of their questioning. (H/T: Big Journalism)

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Collective nonsense…

by Skip September 23, 2011

It is clear one of the reasons why it seems that politics is so disjoint the last few years – we have two totally opposite philosophies of governance and the role of the individual vs the collective in them.  It should be rather obvious that we at the ‘Grok hold that it is, like the […]

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This is what we are dealing with. Take note of it.

by Tim Condon September 23, 2011

This person is no different from many self-righteous leftist Democrats I have known. As you can see, he is suffused with hatred, and not at all hesitant about displaying it in public. Ultimately, this type of person must be dealt with and defended against, one way or another.

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Obama’s Intercontinental Gaffe

by Steve MacDonald September 23, 2011

And before you leftists try to write this off like all the other gaffes, just imagine Sarah Palin had said it and then write the first thing that comes to mind. Now replace Palin’s name with Obama and see how it reads.

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Quick! Pick out the President of Mongolia in this picture!

by Tim Condon September 23, 2011

These are government leaders at a U.N. event in New York city, from all over the world, for the so-called "Open Government Partnership." This is a photographic cross-section of the trans-national political/government/ruling classes. (A quote from the original Star Wars comes to mind: "You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villany. We must […]

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Solyndra Pay To Play Hanging On Obama Like A Dead Weight

by Steve MacDonald September 23, 2011

Obama’s Solyndra problem in under three minutes

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Want to learn how to run an election campaign? Got $20?

by Tim Condon September 23, 2011

If you do, you could do a lot worse than signing up for the Young Americans for Liberty CAMPAIGN BOOTCAMP being put on at the University of New Hamsphire in Durham next weekend. That’s on Saturday, October 1, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. SIGN UP NOW. Highly recommended.  

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“REPUBLICANS” WHO OPPOSE RIGHT TO WORK THINK ONLY OF THEMSELVES AND THEIR PALS

by Rick Olson September 23, 2011

“A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes”—Mark Twain Reading Steve MacDonald’s entry, “You Can’t Be A Republican And Vote Against Right To Work“…caused me to once again step back and reevaluate the public debate about Right-to-Work. I opened House Bill 474 and carefully read it again…and […]

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The Post Office vs. Private Enterprise

by Tim Condon September 23, 2011

This from my buddy Fred in Florida: The response of the post office to their financial crisis really displays the difference between "government-think" and private enterprise.  Faced with a financial crisis the government approach is this:

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RINO OF THE WEEK REPORT

by Rick Olson September 23, 2011

It has often been said that ones’ environment and geography shapes and affects the personal paradigm. Copeland, a retiree from one of the most highly regulated, anti-second amendment jurisdictions in the nation (New York) is a crystal clear example of that notion…

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