Day: May 18, 2012

Slippery Slope…?

Sylvia Larsen is making a slippery slope argument against the New Hampshire Senate’s passage of a bill that would make causing the death of an unborn child murder. Senate Minority Leader Sen. Sylvia Larsen, D-Concord, joined other Democrats in criticizing Forsythe’s bill. “I think it establishes a bad precedent. It establishes a non-scientific basis for …

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Internet Doodlings – “meanwhile, back over at Treehugger…”

Yeah, back there again.  While the name connotes an environmental bent (which it does), there is enough there to start proving “Green on the outside, Red on the inside”.  Or at a minimum, think the Nanny State with Nurse Ratched looking back at you.  Doubt me?  Loyal reader C. Dog e. dog seems to be …

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And so it begins – resisting religious tyranny

Although the political conversation over the last week or so has been Obama’s personal redefinition of what traditional marriage is, let’s not forget that he and HHS Secretary Sebelius decided that they were after yet another “First” – the First Administration that felt they had the authority to redefine what a religious organization is or …

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No new tax shall be levied upon a person’s income, from whatever source it is derived.

CACR13 passed the New Hampshire Senate 20-4 with only four of the five Democrats in the chamber voting against.  Lou D’Allesandro was the sole Democrat Senator to vote in favor of sending the measure to the voters. If approved by an adequate number of voters in November CACR13 would amend the state Constitution as follows… …

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