Thursday, June 14, 2012

Google Bombing Brett Kimberlin, aka “Velvet Revolution”

by Skip June 14, 2012

Mike has been doing yeoman’s work on keeping up on the Brett Kimberlin story (the “Speedway Bomber” that has been using his non-profits and Internet henchmen / minions to slag and harrass Conservative bloggers (like ‘Grok friend Stacy McCain and RedState’s Erik Erickson) to the point of driving them out of their houses, causing them […]

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GrokTV Event: Is the EPA / DoT / HUD “Sustainable Communities Initiative” a stealth way to Federalize local communities?

by Skip June 14, 2012

After all, that single piece of “non-binding” paper of extremely nice sounding verbiage is that quintessential “something for nothing” from a Government that is “here to help you”. Problem is, after now being a political blogger and a (former) Budget Committee member, I have a very jaded eye when ANY level of Government says “we […]

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GrokWatch: Are the Moultonborough Library Trustees shafting the Lakes Region TEA Party?

by Skip June 14, 2012

Incoming and developing: the Moultonboro Library trustees decide they can’t stand the heat – but are throwing out the kitchen instead of themselves?  From Moultonboro Speaks: Moultonboro Public Library Trustees to continue ban on political campaigning in library. At today’s Moultonboro Library Board of Trustees meeting, and without a vote or any discussion among the […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Josh Youssef for NH State Senate. Question 5:If the State is determining Educational curriculum, how is that local control? Or should it be “suggest” vs “determine”?

by Skip June 14, 2012

It’s been a bit since I posted the last interview question I posed to Josh Youseff – but never fear, we have more to put up!  Here, Josh talks about the role of the State in eduction here in NH (especially with the failure of CACR 12).  The question is, where is the line between […]

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US Attorney General Eric Holder clears James O’Keefe in Congressional Testimony. What say you, NH AG Dick Head?

by Skip June 14, 2012

We’ve been following James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas since he started exposing a lot of wrong doing with his undercover videos.  And certainly, we thought that his video of how easy voter fraud could be here in NH (on the First In The Nation Primary Day, no less, with his explanation here) was perfect […]

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Some Super Fac’s About Super PAC’s – Before the Left Rolls out Their Tired Narrative Again

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2012

  From John Nolte at Breitbart/Big Journalism:  A few fac’s about super pac’s 1. Just like a campaign, Super PACs are required to publicly disclose any donor who contributes any amount over $200. 2. You wouldn’t know it from the media coverage, but… Yes, Virginia, there are pro-Obama super PACs currently hitting Romney and they’re […]

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Look For The Union Label (Hint: There’s a Hammer and a Sickle)

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2012

Unions being Unions: Angry socialists and communists Union leaders in Wisconsin promise that the fight to destroy capitalism will continue. We knew that, but thanks for sharing.  It’s nice to be able to remind the people who may have forgotten or never knew what your real mission was.  

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Axelrod – Can’t Fake Economic Optimism

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2012

When you cannot speak from a point of principle you will inevitable contradict yourself.  Democrats do it often.  And here’s David Axelrod (circa 1994) telling us that a sitting President shouldn’t fake economic optimism.  And certainly not from the 9th hole. Advice he seems to have forgotten to give to President Obama…and himself (Circa 2012). […]

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Byzantine

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2012

Common sense for the Choir but you should watch it because Democrats will hate it the way Vampires are supposed to hate the sun.  (Not like those wussy Twilight, ay walkers who look like bulimic Vanity Fair Cover Models ) Where was I?  Oh yeah.  America’s Byzantine Tax Code.  Enjoy.

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