Thursday, January 24, 2013

‘The Shotgun’ A Cautionary Tale Of Homeowners Without Rights

by Mike January 24, 2013

I grew up in the UK in the 50s and 60s, when the population had not been completely disarmed, when farmers could still see off intruders with a blast of birdshot, and when police constables did not need to be armed. Several decades of even stricter gun laws, ever increasing crime as the usual side […]

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Assault Weapons Ban of 2013 – Senator Diane Feinstein’s push to disarm the United States

by Skip January 24, 2013

She unveiled her renewed Assault Weapon Ban that not only is going to hurt two vibrant companies here in NH (are you listening Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) – Sturm Ruger and Sig Sauer – but effectively render civilians unable to defend themselves in a multi-person home invasion. “We have tried to […]

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Settled law….

by Susan Olsen January 24, 2013

Ooooh the Dems they like them some settled law (except when they don’t).  

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More Endorsements for Hemingway: Pam Tucker and Cliff Hurst

by Mike January 24, 2013

At a ‘meet and greet’ for Andrew Hemingway on Tuesday night, attended by Andrew, his family, and more than 50 supporters (mostly NHGOP delegates), there was an upbeat atmosphere, lots of offers to help persuade a few more committee members, and several ringing endorsements, including Pam Tucker and Cliff Hurst. Here’s Pam, as she lays […]

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CT State Officials: Only Handguns Were Used in Newtown

by Rick Olson January 24, 2013

“History is a set of lies agreed upon.” —Napoleon Bonaparte NO AR-15, WAS USED IN THE NEWTOWN MASSACRE,  CT Officials are now reporting. Adam Lanza weeks earlier attempted to purchase a rifle but was turned away, however in the background check.  Fact is, Lanza  did kill his Mother to steal her rifle. There were initial reports, […]

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Just How Shrill Can You Be, Kathy Sullivan?

by Rick Olson January 24, 2013

“Never argue with a fool – people may not notice the difference.” —Mark Twain Kathy Sullivan may have topped Tuesday in the Union Leader where she writes, “The NRA stirs up fears by not telling the truth.” She starts off by calling the  NRA’s response to the Newtown Massacre, “ridiculous,” despite the fact that prior to […]

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So How’s that “Just Sign An Affidavit” Thing Working Out?

by Steve MacDonald January 24, 2013

According to the Pew Research Center  5,424 voters lacking proper ID signed affidavits swearing they were New Hampshire residents eligible to vote under state law last November. As of January 11, 2,266 of the postcards had been returned, and 211 letters were returned as undeliverable. The secretary of state’s office will look into each undeliverable […]

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Staphylococcus at NH Journal?

by Steve MacDonald January 24, 2013

NH Journal appears to have developed the flesh eating variety of the “staph” infection, and it looks serious.  It has already claimed someone’s balls. The castrated scribbler in question–see also “Staff Reporter”–has written a nifty little attack piece in which they observed that Jack Kimball had endorsed Andrew Hemingway for NH-GOP Chairman. The endorsement is […]

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Women In Combat

by Rick Olson January 24, 2013

“Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.” — Alexander Pope In the  Union Leader today, and article entitled, “NH Women react to end of ban on combat.” The UL article starts out, “Combat veteran Nancy Young of Auburn was thrilled to hear other women will get the chance to serve on the front lines in the […]

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Obama: “Guns don’t keep us safe.”

by Tim Condon January 24, 2013
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What I learned hitchhiking in Switzerland

by Tim Condon January 24, 2013

This is kind of interesting: The thing is, I remember asking about just this issue when I was a hippie back in the 1970’s, hitchhiking across Europe and North Africa. When I entered Switzerland across the northern border of Italy…

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Phyllis Woods speaks on Andrew Hemingway

by Tim Condon January 24, 2013

                There are few Republican leaders in New Hampshire as revered and respected as Phyllis Woods. She has served the Party in just about every way possible over many years. About Andrew Hemingway she says “I believe he will bring a fresh new face and a bold new […]

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As the Un-Aborted Celebrate Forty Years Of Aborting…

by Steve MacDonald January 24, 2013

I have already observed, on several occasions, the professional lefts efforts to perpetrate a prevailing media narrative about the sorry state of higher education, the “crumbling” mental health apparatus and our inadequately funded alcohol awareness and treatment programs.  They are doing this to fertilize the budgetary soil for the necessary tax and spending increases required […]

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What’s all this about Representative Pantaloons?

by Susan Olsen January 24, 2013

Women are entitled to their choice of undergarments and even if these are an odd choice for a mature woman, we should not be disrespectful. Some day, we will all get old and…excuse me, you’re saying she’s a elected state representative?  You’re saying she’s the chair of a house committee dealing with deadly serious subjects?  That she […]

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