Sunday, March 31, 2013

A “be careful for what you legislate” moment…

by Skip March 31, 2013

…being brought to you by people who hate the idea that there are some in those that actually put the Constitution first.  The first set of folks are those that are trying to put more gun control legislation into place.  The latter set of folks are those that are saying that they will not enforce […]

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New Hampshire’s “No Information” Voter

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2013

Grok Friend Spec Bowers just posted this on facebook. (Talk about a bridge too far.) A friend was talking with a neighbor about the gas tax. The neighbor said, “Yeah, that’s what you get when you vote Republican.” My friend told him the bill is being pushed by the Democrats. His neighbor replied, “No the […]

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Easter Tomfoolery With Guns

by Rick Olson March 31, 2013

“I’ve had great success being a total idiot.”  —Jerry Lewis tom·fool·er·y  (Noun) Foolish or silly behavior. Synonyms: foolery – silliness – foolishness – buffoonery. Yesterday, four individuals stopped their vehicle along Interstate 93 North, near the 293/93 fork, parked, unloaded some guns and proceeded to engage in target practice along side the highway, along the […]

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Blowing up big stuff can always be considered a Palate Cleanser

by Skip March 31, 2013

Normal, slow, slower, and slowest – you can even see the det cord going off! (H/T: Gizmodo)

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Fiscal Frugality? Sometimes for local governments, fiscal independence should be the goal

by Skip March 31, 2013

My time as a Budget Committee member taught me a lot of lessons – one of which is how each level of government depends on money dropped down from above (or taken from below).  Trust me, it is not a small amount of money (and here in NH, it is a Big Boatload at the […]

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Yet one more form for Obamacare – may get used more than folks realize

by Skip March 31, 2013

Rule Number 2: Companies exist to make a profit. You have their job until you no longer help them make a profit. And when you aren’t (or can’t) because of a Government issued mandate called Obamacare (Rule Number 3)?  You get this. (H/T:  Doug Ross)

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Biden:”If it only saves one life!” Er, and why a robe by the bed saves one’s modesty

by Skip March 31, 2013

You NEVAH know when you might have to charge out of bed to defend one’s own and property and find oneself living one of those weird dreams that percolate up from time to time (“Where’s my clothes!”).  Betcha this guy wishes a robe had been as close as his sidearm (reformatted, emphasis mine): Eric Martin […]

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OK, not quite religious Easter material….but slo-mo can always be good dealing with Easter Eggs and Peeps!

by Skip March 31, 2013

Heh!  Slo-mo is always fun to watch! (H/T: The Blaze)

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He “IS” Risen! Happy Easter!

by Rick Olson March 31, 2013

  “God gives all; God asks all.” -Elizabeth Elliot  

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Google, is this a form of “evil”? Or is elevation of the political over religion “not evil”?

by Skip March 31, 2013

Update:  Sometimes we do clash on topics (great minds and all that); Grokster Steve posted on this as well – PLEASE read his post as well! Today is Easter, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Google is well known for celebrating certain days with their “doodle art” when you go to their home page – and […]

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Cesar Chavez…More Important than Easter?

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2013

Today is Easter Sunday.  Whether you are into the religious significance or not, it is a long celebrated holiday by a large number of people on the planet.  The Eggs and bunny thing is certainly a feature of the modern holiday and a noted aspect throughout Europe for centuries, with or without Jesus.  So why […]

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He has risen, indeed

by Skip March 31, 2013

Today is Easter – in my mind, the most solemn, yet joyous day in the Christian calender. It is the culmination of the Old and New Testament – God’s love for us.  In His absolute holiness, our sin (from the free expression of will) is anathema – holiness cannot accept any blemish of that holiness. […]

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What else COULD you say?

by Skip March 31, 2013

(H/T: Powerline)

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