Wednesday, December 5, 2012

So, CNN blabbermouth Piers Morgan decided to expound on the 2nd Amendment too?

by Skip December 5, 2012

Herd instinct and “mee too”-ism of the talking punditry class – of the “You don’t need that” kind.  Ya’d think a Brit would get the idea of self-defense (Magna Carta and common law, y’all).  Well, The Corner has the amusing Twitter spat that showed how outgunned (heh!) Piers Morgan was in this word duel on […]

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A joke at a crass unionista’s expense

by Skip December 5, 2012

A union shop foreman walks into a bar next door to the factory and is about to order a drink to celebrate Obama’s victory when he sees a guy close by wearing a Romney for President button and two beers in front of him. He doesn’t have to be an Einstein to know that this […]

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Bob Costas – showing that he is a true Liberal with a single phrase

by Skip December 5, 2012

We’re not done covering sports broadcaster Bob Costas and his outburst for gun control during Monday Night Football.  In trying to “explain” his MNF soliliquoy, he let this sally forth as some kind of an explanation.  Now, there are a lot of folks that are just concentrating on the talk specifically about guns; my beef […]

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Wolverinity !!!!

by Skip December 5, 2012

One of my favorite movies is “Red Dawn”, a movie from the 1980 starring the late Patrick Swyze (er, a fairly young one) had a plot of what a group of High School kids would do when the US was invaded and their parents killed. Sure, a bit hokey, but it showed a love of […]

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It’s only one small, teeny-weeny bite….right? Who could it hurt?

by Skip December 5, 2012

  It seems that US House Speaker John Boehner is being sorely tempted?  His words about semi-caving into Obama’s demands on new taxes, new spending, and new debt ceiling limits show us that he’s already got his eye on the prize: How well will the new NH Republican legislators resist the same temptation, especially under […]

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NH GOP vs NH DEM fund raising

by Skip December 5, 2012

NH GOP Chair terms: Fergus Cullen: 2007 – 2008 John Sununu: 2008 – 2010 Jack Kimball 2011 (Jan to Sept) Wayne MacDonald: 2011 (Sept – Dec) – 2012 It is obvious that the threatened shutoff of donations from Washington during Jack Kimball’s term is easily seen; it also seems that NH based PACs also went […]

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An endorsement on behalf of Andrew Hemingway’s quest for NH GOP Chair

by Skip December 5, 2012

I received this earlier today from Ms. Monson – I do not know her but certainly we can put up her Letter: “I’m electrified for Andrew Hemingway’s bid for Chairman of the NH GOP.  Andrew inspired me when I met him a couple years ago. Andrew is friendly and is animated. At our first meeting, […]

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Mohamed Morsi Has Left The Building

by Steve MacDonald December 5, 2012

Talk about overreach.  Less than two weeks after declaring himself king (even just interim king) protesters have stormed the Presidential palace (two words that should never be used in the same sentence to begin with) and forced Morsi to make a hasty retreat. No one knows where Morsi has fled, but opposition coalition spokesman Hussein […]

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Notable Quotes: San Bernardino City Attorney James Penman

by Steve MacDonald December 5, 2012

“Go home, lock your doors, and load your guns.” … “We need to stop giving people false hope,” Penman said. “We have to start encouraging people to protect themselves. The situation is that bad in San Bernardino.” H/T Hot Air  

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HHS Gets Coal in Its Stocking

by Steve MacDonald December 5, 2012

Democrats insisted that business owners not only had to provide insurance (or get fined) but that the insurance had to cover contraception and abortion (day after) pills, even after Bart Stupak  voted yes! claiming…”There will be no public funding for abortion in this legislation. We’ve all stood on principle.”   That would be the principle […]

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