Friday, June 7, 2013

Brokeback Barry And The Rise Of China

by Mike June 7, 2013

A very provocative cover from The Economist this week is sure to turn a few heads in Washington at the suggestion of a strange kind of courtship. The premise of The Economist’s story is that China is determine to rise in the world, and worries about Thucydides’ argument that it was the Spartans’ fear of […]

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And His Face, At First Just Ghostly, Turned A Whiter Shade Of Pale: Barack Obama and The Protocol Harlem

by Mike June 7, 2013

We all know Barack Obama attended Columbia University: It must be true because his biographies told us so, and it’s where he hung out with Pakistani revolutionaries and his composite girlfriend. So, Wayne Allen Root, who graduated from Columbia in the same class as Obama, thought it might be fun while attending his 30th reunion […]

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It’s actually not funny.

by Susan Olsen June 7, 2013

Via CarpetBaggery:

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A Democrat Who Wouldn’t Know Sincere If He Heard It

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2013

New Hampshire Democrat Party Spokes-kid Harrell ‘Jersey Shore’ Kirstein, in response to State Senator Andy Sanborn apologizing for mistyping Governor Hassan’s name in a tweet, has questioned whether Senator Sanborn’s apology was sincere. (Hippo Press) (Sanborn Typed Haggie instead of Maggie.) Interesting tack for the Democrats if you consider that the Republican Sanborn’s Democrat opponent, […]

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Groktionary

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2013

We were having some fun this morning–actually I was having some fun–putting the Grok prefix to a host of suffixes for my own amusement.  The catalyst for this was a request from Skip to all the Groksters for some guidance regarding something Grok related that we’ve been working on for a while, that he will […]

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Coming Up On The Next Edition Of GrokTALK!

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2013

This week when we assemble in Concord, New Hampshire to record the next edition of GrokTALK! out guests will be… Di Lothrop from Nashua joins us to talk about the NRCC event coming up on Friday June 14th (evening) with guest speaker Dr Betsy McCaughey. Ashley Pratte, Executive Director at Cornerstone Policy Research will be […]

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The Enabling Effect of Government Agencies on…New Hampshire Fisherman

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2013

Senator Kelly Ayotte was on WGIR with Jack Heath the other morning (per-recorded interview if I’m not mistaken) to talk about the effects of a recent decision affecting the local Fishing industry. She is trying to overcome the arbitrary observations of a local regional board, that have resulted in a decision with the force of […]

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Chatsworth Osborne, Jr.

by Susan Olsen June 7, 2013

Heh.

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Potato, Potemkin….

by Susan Olsen June 7, 2013

Something’s rotten in Northern Ireland. Via Instapundit:    

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Please, Anthony Weiner, don’t

by Skip June 7, 2013

“Lean forward” That’s the watchword for MSNBC (you know, the cable news channel that finally admitted that being on its knees for the Obama agenda is not really “covering news”).  “Forward” was the watchword for Obama’s 2012 campaign.  It’s also the word used by Socialists and Communists all over to cover up which direction they […]

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