Thursday, January 17, 2013

I’m working on a new pillow…

by Susan Olsen January 17, 2013
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Bullet To The Head Of The NRA: A Little Perspective

by Rick Olson January 17, 2013

“The coward only threatens when he is safe.” —Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  I am a bit intrigued, I must confess. An on line game emerged called, ‘Bullet to the Head of the NRA’ Depicted in the game is an interactive where the gamer can shoot  NRA President David A. Keene. The game is very graphic…and people are […]

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Simply Put…

by Rick Olson January 17, 2013
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Notable Quotes: Wayne LaPierre

by Steve MacDonald January 17, 2013

  “There is not a national, one-size-fits-all solution to protecting our children,” he said. “But do know this – President [Obama] zeroed out school emergency planning grants in last year’s budget and scrapped “Secure Our Schools” policing grants in next year’s budget.” Washington Times Related: Washington Guardian

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Notable Quote; Greg Gutfeld

by Steve MacDonald January 17, 2013
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When dogs go bad with assault weapons…

by Tim Condon January 17, 2013

This from Local10.com in Cantonment, Florida: “According to officials, a man has died after a dog jumped into a van, stepped on the accelerator, and struck him as he opened a gate outside a Florida Panhandle home.” As usual, the real “inside story” is to be found in the comments that follow the article. Here are […]

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Another Day With NH Democrats….Two More Taxes…or is it Six?

by Steve MacDonald January 17, 2013

The Concord Monitor is reporting on a  plan by New Hampshire Democrat David Campbell (D- Nashua), that would eventually extract $115,000,000.00 million more dollars per year out of the pockets of struggling New Hampshire families.  He’d like to raise the gas tax and the increase the cost to register your vehicles every year. His ‘plan’ […]

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Crony Capitalism

by Susan Olsen January 17, 2013

The State Employees Association of NH, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Service Employees International Union, is set to open talks soon with Governor Hassan. For those of you private sector pukes still workin’ for the man, I have three words, well, actually more than that, taken from the existing SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement (which can be read […]

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