Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Do we fight cannibalism? Or let it triumph?

by Tim Condon November 13, 2012
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Voter Fraud, Kathy Sullivan? Really, you?

by Ed Naile November 13, 2012

First of all, THANK YOU Kathy Sullivan for the opportunity to bring up a relevant subject about “winning” elections: How many out of state voters were living in your private home this election cycle? The one glaring example of vote stealing in NH, and how it really works, is your home where you let Geoff […]

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We let Democrats define the terms of our defeat

by Carolyn November 13, 2012

When Democrats set the terms of the 2012 campaign for state and federal offices, Republican leaders blew their horns about jobs and the economy and counted on their position of strength and the glaring weaknesses in their enemy’s lines to secure victory. Republicans lost because they forgot to tell the troops about the Democratic weaknesses. […]

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Americans! Are you up for a lecture from a…

by Tim Condon November 13, 2012

…a Frenchman? A WHAAAT? Yes. In fact, it is highly recommended. By me. Read it HERE.

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Winter is Coming

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2012

Anyone who is a fan of  Game of Thrones will see the myriad meanings in that title, to both the story and to real life. As for the thing itself, if you have not yet seen the HBO version of Game of  Thrones I highly recommend it.  The entire first season is available on DVD, […]

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A sharp exchange. A very sharp exchange…

by Tim Condon November 13, 2012

….between me and a Democrat supporter of Obama, from yesterday. First, the taunting that came at me in the wake of the Obama election victory…

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Secession – It’s the Latest Fad

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2012

Since election day (private citizens from) 20 states have started petitions to secede from the United States.  I guess elections do have consequences. What began as a pair of parallel stunts appears to have gathered steam. Other than Louisiana and Texas, states with secession-related petitions pending on the White House website now include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, […]

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