Thursday, June 21, 2012

The most arrogant….

by Skip June 21, 2012

“The most interesting arrogant man in the world” (H/T: Reuters) REALLY?  Reuters?  One of the Obama boosting MSM?  Yup?  Do I dare issue a “If Obama has lost Reuters…”?  Or is it more of “Really?  Reuters is participating in the Alinskying of Obama?”

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No, Mr. President, the Private Sector is not doing fine

by Skip June 21, 2012

From Americans for Prosperity:  “The private sector’s doing fine” – President Obama, June 8 2012 With 40 straight months of unemployment above 8%, 12.7 million unemployed, and 15 trillion in debt, how can President Obama be so out of touch? The private sector is not doing fine. Tell President Obama to support the Americans for […]

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GrokTV Event: Part 5 – Skip Murphy, Q&A, on Sustainable Communities Initiative / Granite State Future Plan

by Skip June 21, 2012

Sometimes I forget that I haven’t finished putting up some of the videos from events – here are a couple more.  I finally go in front of the camera, some comments and other info, and then Ken Eyring and Eileen Mashimo take some questions.   Skip Murphy                    […]

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Seeing eye dogs are put into service in the Middle East….

by Tim Condon June 21, 2012

However, it has been necessary to make cultural adjustments, especially in the case of blind Muslim women who need seeing eye dogs. Here’s a recent picture of one such helper dog, which has been fitted with a special garment to make it culturally acceptable….

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Rosa Koire – “Behind the Green Mask” – more on the Federalization of local towns and cities

by Skip June 21, 2012

The issue of “Agenda 21” and the “Sustainable Communities Initiative” has recently become a hotly-discussed topic.  Understanding this project is essential for all citizens, tax-payers, and most especially for property owners — because your ownership of property is being threatened. In a quick synopsis, the Sustainable Communities Initiative program is an HUD/EPA/DOT Federal partnership that is targeting […]

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Now THERE’s an idea: Vac N’ Sew….and Glocks!

by Skip June 21, 2012

OK, I seemed to be just a tad tired tonite, so just some lite blogging.  Just picked up my broken vacuum cleaner from the local vacuum cleaner and sewing machine store.  When we went in, the repair guy looked at the T-Shirt that TMEW was wearing and smiled “I like the shirt!” (January 20, 2013 […]

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Public schools are government schools, government schools are monopolies, and thus…

by Tim Condon June 21, 2012

…government schools don’t work. Did you know that 2,000 high schools in America constitute “‘dropout factories,’ where more than 40% of the freshman class fails to graduate. Most are in poor or minority zip codes wehre kids and parents have no other options. These 2,000 schools produce—if that’s the word—51% of U.S. dropouts.” How can […]

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Well, it’s about freaking time…..

by Skip June 21, 2012

Looks like the NH Democrat Party is finally following GraniteGrok on Twitter.  Nice to have you aboard – we’ve been waiting for you! You know, this causes me great joy!  Why?  Because with every tweet they read (and post they then go and read), they’ll slowly be pulled, nanometer by nanometer, to the Right.  Or […]

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RightOnline 2012 – Breitbart is Here

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2012

Plenty of things happened at the RightOnline conference in Las Vegas last weekend but not one of them occurred without the understanding that there was something we all had to do.  Something more important than anything we had done previously.  Wherever we were as bloggers or new media journalists we had to step up our […]

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As the culture turns: What is cool? (Hint: It ain’t liberals and modern liberalism….)

by Tim Condon June 21, 2012

This from Roger Simon at PJ Media, who collars those who still think modern liberalism (aka statism) is cool. It’s not, and hasn’t been for some time. Everyone with the proverbial IQ above room temperature has come to the same conclusion. While that’s interesting, what is far more interesting is the political cohort that Simon fingers as […]

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Data Point – So, are Americans grooving on Public Education Schools

by Skip June 21, 2012

No, Teachers’ unions, you are not the “be all end all” you might think that you are.  In fact, not even close.  Gallup is saying that the jig is up – and getting worse.  I’m afraid that your claims and rhetoric about the mission of public education, and that your emphasis that the ONLY way […]

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So, are Frank Guinta and Charlie Bass Conservative heros or zeros for their voting records?

by Skip June 21, 2012

Over at RedState, I learned of this new site, The Madison Project, whose purpose is to measure our Federal Representatives to see if they measure up to their districts.  Put it another way, are they acting as Conservative as their District is, worse, or better.  For instance, if a Rep is very Conservative Republican but […]

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