Day: March 7, 2013

You can’t make this stuff up…

Susan Rice: “As a result North Korea‘s ruling elite who have been living large while impoverishing their people….” The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to impose a new sanction on North Korea that ‘specifies some luxury items North Korea’s elite is not allowed to import, such as yachts, racing cars, luxury automobiles and certain types …

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THE NETWORK FOR EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCES…

THE NETWORK FOR EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCES NH EDUCATION TAX CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION SESSION         FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: KATE BAKER PHONE: 603-785-0174 EMAIL: KATE@NETWORKFOREDUCATION.ORG THE NETWORK FOR EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCES NH EDUCATION TAX CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION SESSION SOMERSWORTH, NH – The Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO), announces a Scholarship Information Session to be held March 14 (Thurs.) at 7:45 …

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This Was the Moment When the Rise of the Oceans Began to Slow…”

My title is from the now infamous line from the narcissistic in chief, Barack Obama,  where he announces that by choosing him, the planet could begin to heal. I’m not feelin’ the healin.’ It also turns out that the rise of the seas (what little there was) began to slow in 2002/2003, and have been heading downward …

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Does the Gas Tax Bill The NH House Just Passed Violate the State Constitution?

The short answer is yes.  Yes, it does.  (The long answer will be nothing but excuses from its proponents.) Part II, Article 6-a, states that any money raised through gas taxes (gas road tolls), must be used exclusively for public highways and “no part of such revenues shall, by transfer or funds or otherwise, be diverted to any other …

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Ruth Gulick – A Belknap County Democrat Morality Tale

Democrats say the darnedest things.  Take NH House Rep Ruth Gulick (D- Aesop’s Fables), whom Skip recorded at a recent Belknap county budget meeting.  Ruth shared a little morality tale with those present, with regard to budgets and responsibility. In Ruth’s version the county taxpayers have a moral responsibility to the employees whom they pay.  That responsibility includes ensuring that the …

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Drone Hypocrisy?

Sitting here, watching the 13th hour of Rand Paul’s Senate filibuster, I see a lot of angst on Twitter about Senator Kelly Ayotte’s conspicuous absence from the #StandWithRand party in the US Capitol. Now, I wasn’t able to watch the entire event, so I am not sure if Kelly showed up earlier to add her …

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Trust

Just surfing around a few days ago and I came across this over at RedState: Why Should a Lady Own a Gun … ?  Now, most of it was interesting (kinda, to a point) but what caught my eye was this at the end: Finally, owning a gun exercises an Amendment Right. It is a …

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Belknap County Commissions – acting like Monty Python (“Run Away!”)

Yes, this is part of this post, where the emphasis was on how they left the County Attorney in a lurch – yes, she is an elected official but reports to the Commissioners (yet, the County Convention sets her budget). Yeah, playing politics.  It both rather amusing to watch this childish stunt (“Oh look, we’ll …

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Belknap County (NH) Democrat House Rep Ruth Gulick – what did she compare the employees to?

I didn’t go to any of the Belknap County budget meetings this year – except for this last one.  I almost didn’t go to this one – a West Coast customer called so I didn’t even get out of the house until a half hour after the meeting started.  But you know, I remembered one …

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