Wednesday, May 22, 2013

TEA Party starting to return to protesting? Here in NH, a re-start. DHS Police take notice?

by Skip May 22, 2013

With the recent news that the IRS was using its bureaucratic muscle to muzzle TEA Party groups ahead of the last Presidential election (hmm, the Press kept harping that the TEA Party disappeared – now we know, in part, why), is this now going to be a Rick Santelli type moment, Version 2.0?  They started […]

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Well, given the performance of the former NH Congressmen, can’t say I blame him

by Skip May 22, 2013

By that, we supposedly put two Republican mens’ butts into US House Representatives chairs with one and only one main major mission – cut the spending.  Each time a Continuing Resolution showed up that could have stopped the national madness that has been adding to the National debt, they folded on their promises and folded […]

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Ahem, how come these Fifths are different, IRS vs citizens?

by Skip May 22, 2013

(H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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The tolerance of cultural Marxism in the Academy? Does not go far, it seems

by Skip May 22, 2013

Institutions of higher learning, at least when I was there 30 40 years ago, they were hotbeds of discourse, ideas, and ideologies.  You had a stand – you took it, you said it, and you defended it.  Others did the same.  At the time, even if they didn’t listen, they at least gave you the […]

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IRS Scandal: TEA Party, Constitutionalists, 9/12ers, Romney donors – but they added this group to the audit list?

by Skip May 22, 2013

Over the last couple of weeks, we have seen a litany of the groups that have been targeted by the IRS simply because they are opposed to: Obama’s policies and Presidency a large governmental bureaucracy that continues to insert itself into more and more simply by dint of regulation (in addition to “enabling” legislation) The […]

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A “minefield of mischief!”

by Susan Olsen May 22, 2013

A reader commented on my “Drainfields of Dreams” earlier today quoting me and then saying “AHA so we who were subject to HB 572 of 2005 were not dreaming !!! Wow!!! I guess we’ll have to retire our tin foil hats.”

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You Can’t Have Your Apple And Eat It Too.

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2013

Senator Rand Paul has some words for his committee, the hearing, and congress, with regard to their Apple Executives show-trial, brought on by a large, successful employer, who already pays more in taxes than almost anyone, following the tax code to its own shareholders benefit. In the minds of the you-didn’t-built-that-progressive-government-firsters all the money is theirs to begin with so shame on […]

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Just a Quick Note To The Democrat Enablers…

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2013

There are more than a few people making excuses for the recent scandals involving the Benghazi cover up, the AP phone scandal and the IRS.  Without laboring the point these are just the latest of those we know about.   The point I want to make is this:  Are the people excusing or dismissing this behavior because […]

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If A Picture is Worth 1000 Words…

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2013

If a picture is worth 1000 words how many words can we expect from the screeching left-wing enviro-harpies who are already climbing on the graves of dead children  in Oklahoma to make a case for Tornadoes, Temperature, and Global Warming. Preface: Once again the “weather” is our fault.  And while the average amount of Tornado activity has been  lower […]

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Benghazi scandal: Massive coverup collapsing?

by Tim Condon May 22, 2013

If so…well…this is breaking today from PJMedia: According to two former U.S. diplomats…pressure was put on General Carter Ham—then in command of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) and therefore responsible for Libya—not to act to protect jeopardized U.S. personnel in Benghazi….Military contacts of the diplomats tell them that AFRICOM had Special Ops “assets in place that […]

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Enabling for me but not for thee!

by Susan Olsen May 22, 2013

Senator Stiles says about SB 11 (scheduled for a vote today in the House): “Instead of drafting legislation for one/two particular towns I made it ENABLING legislation for any community that saw a need. NO mandate to do anything”.  House and Senate Dems, Progressives and RINOs dig it. Senator Bradley said in SB 102 In “…cities, […]

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Response to Questions about Guns

by Don May 22, 2013

Questions were asked of me in two letters to the editor that I didn’t see until there was a third letter on May 18th.  My response below has been submitted to the Laconia Daily Sun (http://issuu.com/dailysun) which carried the original letters and all can be reviewed at the link above. To the Editor: Dear Bernadette Loesch, Apparently […]

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Guest Post by Ken Eyring – a conversation on SB11

by Skip May 22, 2013

[Emphasis mine – Skip] I wanted to share the conversation that I had with Rep. Abrami via email over the past few days regarding SB-11. I am concerned about some of the unintended consequences in the language of the Bill. These concerns are listed below.  If you agree with me, please share your concerns with […]

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