Saturday, June 29, 2013

“Who” Read Tamerlan Tzarnaev’s Name?

by Rick Olson June 29, 2013

“No psychologist should pretend to understand what he does not understand… Only fools and charlatans know everything and understand nothing.”   —Anton Chekhov People keep asking, “Who read Tamerlan Tzarnaev’s name when ‘No More Names’ came to Concord?”   ANSWER: A duly elected member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Several anti-gun State Representatives stepped […]

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New Jersey Nanny Cam Home Invader Arrested

by Rick Olson June 29, 2013

42-year-old Shawn Custis was arrested Friday in Manhattan.  Custis will face charges of attempted murder, robbery, burglary and child endangerment. Custis was caught on a Nanny Cam last Friday bursting into the home, punching and kicking the woman and then throwing her down the basement stairs while her 3-year-old daughter sat frozen in fear on […]

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When gods walked the earth, playing guitars…

by Tim Condon June 29, 2013

From Gerard Van der Leun’s American Digest:

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GrokTALK! Rewind Weekend – June 29th 2013

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2013

This week on GrokTALK! we took the week off.  So here are four guest segments form previous programs that are well worth listening to again. Greg Moore, the state director for AFP-NH talks about Medicaid and the New Hampshire budget, the failure of Medicaid in general, UNH sabbaticals, Lobbying,  funding, conferences, and more. Bill O’Brien, […]

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Barack’s Pair of Brunswick 16’s

by Scott Morales June 29, 2013

Now and then I find myself astonished by our President. His ability to move from one part of a room to another fluidly, gracefully, and without the least bit of a stammer, stumble, or trip in his gait is quite remarkable. I marvel watching him playing basketball and skirting around the court seemingly unencumbered by […]

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When Exaggeration Hurts Us

by Rick Olson June 29, 2013

“Exaggeration is truth that has lost its temper.”   —Khalil Gibran On May 27, 1999 a month after the Columbine Massacre, Father of student Rachel Joy Scott, lost to the Columbine Massacre,  Daryl Scott presented this statement to the House Judiciary Committees’ sub-committee on crime.  This statement is over fourteen years old. Remarkably though,  so […]

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When is someone going to sue the state of Connecticut?

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2013

When is someone going to sue the state of Connecticut for public endangerment and as an accomplice to murder? Children are dead because of a policy agenda, sold to the people as a better guarantee of safety, enforced by the police state, that intentionally disarmed its citizens, and clearly identified the places where they would […]

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