Monday, November 12, 2012

Notable Quote – President George Washington

by Skip November 12, 2012

“We should never despair, our Situation before has been unpromising and has changed for the better, so I trust, it will again. If new difficulties arise, we must only put forth new Exertions and proportion our Efforts to the exigency of the times.” – George Washington, first President of the United States (who stepped down […]

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Guest post – Merrimack school district – salary portion of the budget

by Skip November 12, 2012

It can be fun when you see what you might have thought was a passing comment turn into a real outcome.  Gary Krupp writes: Ever since we spoke at the Defending the American Dream Summit down in D.C. [sponsord by American for Prosperity  -Skip] and you mentioned that InfoGraphics were all the rage, I had […]

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Give a man a fish…

by Skip November 12, 2012

…and you feed him for a day.  Teach him how to fish and he feeds himself forever. Here’s a bit of a reality check for the expanded ObamaUSA welfareland that wants everyone to be equal in income and that you, Mr. / Mrs. / Ms Obama Voter decided to have over the alternative.  Enjoy that […]

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“Less take-home pay” – Well, THAT didn’t take long now, did it?

by Skip November 12, 2012

“Less take-home pay”; Tim listed another things that the Democrats now “own” based on their election results.  Here in NH, Maggie “The Red” Hassan (the NH Governor-elect) is about to be sorely tempted to immediately sign a bill to institute a broad-based income tax.  NH Families for Education (“dedicated to advocating family involvement in education”) […]

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The real cost of Obamacare – one individual’s lament at being hurt, not helped

by Skip November 12, 2012

Emphasis mine – and I thought that “Progressive Government” is supposed to solve problems – not make things worse?  It’s like I have said for years: The Bigger the Government, the smaller the citizen.  In this case, my friend sees himself getting smaller thanks to Government decisions “for him”. Skip, The numbers were posted yesterday. […]

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“What is moral about the free market?”

by Skip November 12, 2012

One of my favorite economists is Dr. Walter E. Williams, Professor of Economics at George Mason University.  He is always able to take the complicated, boil it down, and make it easy to understand.  Given that the whole notion of what capitalism and the free marketplace can do (versus the socialistic turn we seem to […]

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Stand With Stephen Forster & Forster’s Christmas Tree Farm

by Steve MacDonald November 12, 2012

The Town of Henniker has cited Stephen Forster (Forster’s Christmas Tree Farm) with illegal use of his property. But State law provides that Mr. Forster may use his property for Agri-tourism,  also known as “agriculture,” a legitimate use of the land. Henniker has apparently acknowledged this but will not rescind its citation unless they are […]

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Enjoy it, all you Democrats: YOU OWN IT.

by Tim Condon November 12, 2012

Congratulations to all you Democrats, including Hispanics, Blacks, Asians, Jews, single women, and young people: You all voted overwhelmingly for Obama, so now you own it. The next terrorist attack, you own it. Can’t get a job after graduation, you own it.

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Which Tax Lotto

by Steve MacDonald November 12, 2012

New Hampshire House Democrats are going to raise taxes and fees, the real fun is which one first and how soon? My money is on the tobacco tax and I’d be suprised if it didn’t hit the committee table on the first day of the first session and find it’s way to the House floor […]

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Ron Paul and Ann Coulter….

by Tim Condon November 12, 2012

Ron Paul recently said “My presidential campaign proved that standing for freedom brings people together. Liberty is popular, regardless of race, religion, or creed.” On January 10, 2012 Ron Paul came in second in the New Hampshire GOP primary, garnering 23% of the vote. He never came close to that vote percentage in any subsequent primary.

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