Day: June 21, 2012

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

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

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?

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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Running for NH state Rep or Senator? Take the RLCNH survey!

The RLCNH is celebrating a successful legislative session and gearing up for campaign season! We just released our 2012 candidate survey (www.rlcnh.org/survey), which is the most comprehensive survey of its kind. We ask future representatives and senators their positions on taxes and spending, Second Amendment rights, local control of education, standing up against judicial tyranny, …

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We support liberty-minded Republicans to encourage a more perfect New Hampshire

Now that the filing period for state elected positions has come to a close, the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (RLCNH) will begin its evaluation of Republicans running for office to determine if they truly understand what it means to support liberty. Generally, conservative Republicans—those who have a deep commitment to liberty— will support …

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So, how come Gay Activist and Bullier Dan Savage gets to use the phrase “House Faggots” in describing Gay Republicans?

And straight Conservatives can’t?   Dan Savage, known for his efforts in the LGBT anti-bullying industry, has no problem bullying those he disagrees with.  However, his true hate shown brightly when “other gays” got a bit “uppity” from his perspective; from NewsBusters (emphasis mine): The blogosphere is abuzz today after anti-conservative bully and gay activist Dan …

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

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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“NH House Redistricting Plan Stands” – But Steve, I object!

>> The correct word for that particualr [sic] vintage is stooge.” While I loved the Three Stooges growing up,  am not thinking that I am a “stooge” in this regard.  However, I’m not happy with the redistricting as it affects my town of Gilford.  We have sufficient residents, 7400, to have rated 2 NH House …

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