Day: April 28, 2012

GrokTV Special Event – Howie Carr at the Nashua Republican “Growing the Grassroots” Dinner

We will be live streaming at the Crown Plaza in Nashua, NH as Howie Carr, talk show host from WRKO, will be speaking to the crowd. Streaming Live by Ustream We also will be having an interview with him at the end of the event and we’ll be talking about Right To Know requests that …

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Blind fools, in the service of blind, enervated American elites….

Can extremely highly educated, very widely traveled and knowledgeable people be amazingly, obviously, exceptionally, absolutely blind to the lessons of history? Mark Steyn—who not incidentally lives in the Free State of New Hampshire—explains that, why yes, as a matter of fact they can be. In fact, there’s an example of one—well respected!—who recently wrote a …

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BE BREITBART: DoIT Right To Know Request : Outbound Internet traffic summarizations – Update 1

Last week, we sent in our second RSA 91-A Right To Know request concerning the Government records that summarized the websites that State of NH employees had gone to: We hereby request,  in electronic digital form (in order to minimize time and cost on behalf of DES and DoIT), those records bolded in the above …

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Last I remember, NH sent both Frank Guinta and Charlie Bass to CUT THE SPENDING.

Low expectations for Charlie on my part – am not enthused that he has failed to meet that height challenged standard.  For Frank, however, who campaigned hard with TEA Party constituencies, the bar was higher – MUCH higher.  Sigh….Today, I get to repeat my lament: why isn’t your name among the other Conservatives that voted …

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In Obama’s world, all that matters is – Cool?

Snazzy. Cool.  Hip.  He’s all that: But is that all? Is that why someone wants to become President? Results?  Good Governance?  Who cares about that in our celebrity “15 minutes of fame” environment? I’d rather have concrete results.

Notable Quote – Joel Mokyr

The enforcement of property rights through private-order institutions reflects something deep and supremely important about British institutions in the eighteenth century.  The culture of respectability and gentility helped solve the standard collective action problems that bedevil the production of public goods.  The emergence of a plethora of networks, clubs, friendly societies, academies, and associations created …

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