Wednesday, August 22, 2012

When Obama’s Lost Newsweek, Has He Lost America?

by Mike August 22, 2012

A reprise of the the apocryphal LBJ quote “If I’ve lost Cronkite, I’ve lost Middle America”. Well, it is beginning to look like Obama is losing the lap-dog press. I’m not certain whether that’s because they are coming to their senses after a long love affair, or whether they have realized that some shred of […]

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Didn’t He Pledge To Cut the Deficit In Half By Now? What Went Wrong?

by Scott Morales August 22, 2012

Four years ago, President Obama said,  “… I’m pledging to cut the deficit, we inherited, by half by the end of my first term in office”. (See for yourself, at about 1:30 in.) Reported today:  “The Congressional Budget Office made it official today, projecting a $1 trillion-plus budget deficit for the fourth straight year”. What […]

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2016 Obama’s America: The Book and the Movie – Here This Week

by Mike August 22, 2012

Thanks to Tom for posting the film trailer earlier in the week, but wait, there’s even more – a growing list of venues to see the film in and around NH, starting this Friday, and there’s also the new book “Obama’s America: Unmaking the American Dream”, which covers in scary detail the resentment Obama has […]

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Republican extremists: Martin Luthur King, Jr. and Barry Goldwater

by Tim Condon August 22, 2012

Democrats today love name-calling about Republican “extremism.” I’t not getting much traction, but it does have a distinguished history. So…with a hat tip to a recent column by George Will, here’s what Dr. Martin Luthur King, Jr. had to say about “extremism.” In his “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” he wrote as follows:

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Educating With Hassan

by Steve MacDonald August 22, 2012

Maggie “Louisville Slugger” Hassan has a banner ad running over at the Concord Monitor with the pull quote…’I’ll Stand up to anyone who wants to cut Education.’  This is a dirty lie. Any effort to expand education outside that narrow corridor of Democrat political influence will be blocked.  Any existing programs that support education without […]

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“It wasn’t THAT bad!”-where Democrat TJ Jean tries to justify Rochester’s costs for Obama’s campaign visit

by Skip August 22, 2012

Heh!  While most of the public input at last night’s Rochester City Council was concerning folks warning the City Council not to sign on, Democrat Mayor TJ Jean spent the first part of the meeting trying to justify the City’s expenses (as in “Wait!  It really wasn’t THAT bad”) when Obama came to town not […]

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GrokTV: Rochester City Council Public input on “Sustainable Communities Initiative”- NH State Rep. Warren Groen

by Skip August 22, 2012

Last night the ‘Grok was invited to attend the Rochester City Council meeting as it sought Public Input on its signing onto the NH version of the Federal Government’s Sustainable Communities Initiative (“SCI”, also known locally as The Granite State Future Plan).  The folks in Rochester have already been through a previous expensive Federal boondoggle […]

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Former Hooksett Middle School Teacher Got 4 Stars

by Steve MacDonald August 22, 2012

If you go to rate my teachers.com Hooksett Middle School Music Teacher Andrew Lalos has four out of five stars in all three categories, giving him an overall quality rating of four stars.  He also received the “Outstanding Young Band Directer” award in 2004 from the New Hampshire Band Directors Association (NHBDA) where they share […]

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