Thursday, May 2, 2013

Palate Cleanser: Slo-mo Shaolin

by Skip May 2, 2013

(H/T: Gizmodo)

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Reid: “Government is inherently good”. SSA goes after son after they overpay Mom (who is deceased).

by Skip May 2, 2013

Really?  Let’s put aside the continual slur laid upon the TEA Party by Reid as he continues to assault anyone or any group that poses a threat to limit the growth of Government (for if it is good, then more MUST be better, right)?  Problem is, how’s these apples, Harry?   This, is good governance?  That […]

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Carlee87, these polls are for you!

by Skip May 2, 2013

And they don’t exactly help your supposition, do they? Quinnipiac:   NYT / CBS:     Steve’s post (“Did NH Democrats Encourage Erica Lafferty to Crash Kelly Ayotte’s NH Town Hall?“) has a fair number of comments and we acquired a new one calling herself Carlee87.  She keeps insisting that we are all wrong about […]

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Why 10 rounds is not enough

by Skip May 2, 2013

I’ve been shooting for a couple of years now and while I can “game out”a situation like this, I do not know, can’t know, what my reactions really would be.  Would 10 rounds be enough?  Certainly for one intruder, I hope.  Two?  Didn’t work out for that Dad – or his family.  And if Reid […]

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Data Point – Failure to Launch for entrepreneurs? Or just throwing in the towel?

by Skip May 2, 2013

America has always been known as the land of opportunity – you have an idea, you have the drive, you start your own and go for that brass ring.  Unlike most, starting a new biz is not out of the ordinary and in fact, has been well accepted.  I have worked for several startups – […]

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Christian? It’s a private thing. Gay? Tell the whole world! What’s that say about our culture?

by Skip May 2, 2013

Is the culture, led by the MSM and other cultural “elites”, anti-Christian?  Seems to be, when one reviews how denigrated Tebow has become these last couple of years – simply for being a man of faith, giving credit to a higher power than himself, professing a traditional sense of faith, and sticking to set of […]

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Could I “Bee” More Surprised?

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2013

A recent report released by the US department of agriculture and the EPA not only did not blame Global Warming for the colony collapse problem with the Honey bee population in the US. Imagine my surprise.  A collection of ‘experts’ gathered by the government, may have produced a set of conclusions with no immediate political […]

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National Parks Service Still Acquiring New Land Post Sequester

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2013

Ask your congress critter why the National Parks Service and Department of the Interior are crying in their sequester boo-hoo towel while simultaneously spending even more money to expand the system and the costs required to maintain it. Sen. Tom Coburn says there’s “no shortage of potential savings,” pointing out that the department is nevertheless spending millions on […]

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Maybe UNH Could Spend Some Tax Dollars to Solve this ‘Problem’

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2013

Some days posts just fall into each other like drunken wedding guests doing the chicken dance.  Today, those ‘guests’ are prostitutes, possibly having attended a conference on the sex industry at UNH, though they also may have been driven into the sex trade by Global Warming.  Wait for it… A gaggle of Congressional Democrats, led by […]

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The Whores of UNH

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2013

UNH held a conference on women in the sex industry in which it used donations and student organization funds to bring in prostitutes from across the nation.  No one knew that was where the money came from until AFP-NH filed a right to know request with the university asking how the travel and expenses of the prostitutes were paid […]

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