Monday, October 3, 2011

Paper or plastic……or paper?

by Skip October 3, 2011

  No, not the kind of question that one would normally get at the cashier’s area, except we all are going to get bagged there, all thanks to our Federal Government.  Specifically, we can blame US Senator Dick Durbin from (D-IL) who decided to monkey with the private sector yet again with his Durbin Amendment […]

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Obama’s Economy…

by Rick Olson October 3, 2011

 “The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.” —Thomas Sowell                       

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Jeanne Shaheen: “Porking” Those Tax Increases Down Our Throats

by Rick Olson October 3, 2011

  “If Thomas Jefferson thought taxation without representation was bad, he should see how it is with representation …” —Rush Limbaugh Today’s Union Leader Editorial, entitled, “Free Cops!” points once again to the ills of  having a big-government Democrat like Jeanne Shaheen serving the Granite State in the U.S. Senate. Like her liberal counterpart, former Congressperson […]

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“The Coming Post-Obama Renaissance,” by Victor Davis Hanson

by Tim Condon October 3, 2011

“I fear we have not seen such a divisive president since Richard Nixon….The Obama administration — let me be candid here — seems clueless, overpopulated as it is by policy nerds, academic overachievers, and tenured functionaries….They tend to flash Ivy League certificates, but otherwise have little record of achievement in the private sector.” “Why, then, […]

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Jeanne “Central Planner” Shaheen

by Steve MacDonald October 3, 2011

The former governor, you see, likes to brag on her press page about how she has helped bring money into the state for this or that. The list of benefactors are almost always left wing favorites; that which favors the left wing.

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