Day: May 23, 2012

RightOnline 2012

Tim, Mike, Rick, and Steve (yes, me) will be heading out to RightOnline in Vegas in just a few weeks.  Here’s a little primer–clips from 2011. Note from Skip: I had been expecting to go as well but I was told by my boss that I should be going to San Diego for a series …

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From the “Dragging him over the line” notebook – well, he’s got this Education point right.

In 2008, I was not the most thrilled to have John McCain to be the Republican nominee, at least until I was able to say “Yeah, I voted for Sarah Palin and the old white guy”.  At that time, however, I had a bad premonition about what an Obama Presidency would bring (yeah, I pretty …

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Fake Spy gets Book and Movie Deal, And Real Spies just Get Dead?

When CIA Desk-Jockey Valerie Plame was “outed”  [*] the left went postal for years on the incompetence of the Bush Administration, then wasted millions on an investigation that was more a sound bite machine for Democrat friendly talking-heads than an effort to find justice for a pencil pusher with a disgraced husband.   Despite the …

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Hide and Go Seek

The editorial in this morning’s Union Leader visits two problems we’ve had in spades around here of late.  A public body unwilling to part with public information and School superintendents. What’s worse than a public body denying access to an investigator’s report that was paid for with taxpayer money? Hiring a lawyer to fight the …

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They were on their parents’ insurance back then. So why is it the same now, President Obama?

Sure, the kids were on their parents’s insurance when they were small.  President Obama – why is it that all you can do for them now is “Hey, I put you on your parent’s insurance now that you’re still children adults!” – instead of crafting an economic environment that would allow them to get jobs …

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Liberal definition of Compassion

Dontcha just love it when Liberals think that something is “compassionate” they DEMAND that everyone has to be “compassionate”; is forcing someone to be compassionate upon a demand truly an act of compassion? (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

So what did Union Leader’s Ted Seifer wish to accomplish with this line?

Filling a vacancy on any Supreme Court–be it the US Supremes or the NH Supremes–is a big deal, so it is no surprise that people are talking and reporting on it (as we have here, here, and here).  So did the Union Leader;  Ted Seifer interviewed Tim, asking him about the NHLRF‘s position on Gov. …

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GrokTALK! Special Interview – New Hampshire Legal Rights Foundation Chair, Tim Condon

Last night I posted the Press Release from the New Hampshire Legal Rights Foundation concerning NH Gov. John Lynch’s nomination for the NH Supreme Court, Jim Bassset.  This evening, we had a few minutes to speak with the Chair of that (new, to me) group, Tim Condon.  You can download the MP3 here or listen …

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