Friday, August 9, 2013

Where’s The Gold? The Risk To The Dollar From The Shift

by Mike August 9, 2013

GrokTalk! This week – I’ll cover the strange conundrums of the gold and currency markets, such as:

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The “ME!” generation on steroids – but on the individual level? Another LGBT mish-mash about to go badly

by Skip August 9, 2013

Yeah, I’m an old fogey, but this story out of California has trouble written all over it.  I look at this akin to the practice of “mainstreaming” of students except this is about sex instead of ability (or, really, what seemingly can be the ping-pong of gender identity today vs tomorrow vs yesterday – a […]

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Data Point – Well, I guess AOL at least had 1/2 the good data to start Patch

by Skip August 9, 2013

And that was how fast ad revenue was failing for the dead wood newspaper marketplace (and thus, an opportunity?): Me?  Certainly the Internet is a good part of the reason.  I think another is the rise of the segmentalization of the news – as in WHY would I want to watch MSNBC or read the […]

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NH Patch – is it here or is it gone?

by Skip August 9, 2013

Mathematics, Scientific Hypothesis, the written word, the wheel, fire, electricity, the light bulb, the transistor, the theory of relativity; the Internet is one of those (and there are certainly a lot more) things that can be described as “disruptive technology”.  From those, many industries have been spawned.  AOL (America OnLine) was one such attempt to […]

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Answering the question that WMUR’s Pindell asks – Part II

by Skip August 9, 2013

Heh!  This one’s easy (again from today’sWMUR  Political Standing: Remember when then-NHGOP chair Fergus Cullen pulled the party’s sponsorship of a 2008 Fox News presidential debate and the candidates showed up anyway? (Well, minus Ron Paul who wasn’t invited.) Not really, but the better question is:  “They didn’t pay attention to him then – has […]

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Answering the question that WMUR’s Pindell asks: As if Conservatives don’t already know the answer?

by Skip August 9, 2013

From today’s Political Standing: Why haven’t conservatives suggested the closing of local supermarket chains have some something to do with Obamacare? (Even if there is no evidence of it.)? Betcha that took a long time of contemplation. Leave it to WMUR to ask a question, intimating that Conservatives should manufacturing a cloud of dust about […]

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Coming Up This Week on GrokTALK! – August 10th, 2013

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

This week on GrokTALK! our guests will be… Di Lothorp,  to discuss the Nashua Steak Out and Featured Speaker Col. Allen West; Mike Rogers on what happened to the price of gold and why, and then we spend an hour with attorney Evan Nappen, one of the foremost authorities on firearms and weapons law, about […]

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About that “Sustainable Development Programs ARE a Part of Implementing the UN Agenda 21” thing…

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

Yeah, that’s like, totally true.  It’s right in the Federal Register… Federal Register / Vol. 63, No. 163 / Monday, August 24, 1998 / Notices    45157 (link) The Sustainable Development Challenge Grant program is consistent with other community-based efforts EPA has introduced, such as the Brownfields Initiative, Environmental Justice Small Grants Program, Project XL, the […]

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PJTV’s Trifecta – Al Qaeda is on the Run? (Part I)

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

In the run up to the 2012 election, President Obama said Al Qaeda was on the run. Now, American embassies have closed throughout the Middle East. What is President Obama’s stance on Syria, Libya, Israel, Egypt, etc. Click to find out from Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Steve Green.

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Tales From Martha’s Motel – The Mysteries of ‘Intent’ and Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark still claims she had no idea what the intent was of those whom she allowed to “live’ in her home for voting purposes.  You know kids these days… So how does that work?  Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn, for example, just shows up at her door in September  2012 and just […]

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Orwell’s Pigs Are Alive And Well – On THEIR ObamaCare, At OUR Expense!

by Mike August 9, 2013

John Goodman at the National Center for Policy Analysis writes: Is this Obama’s Nixon moment? In 2014, members of Congress and their staff will receive their health insurance through the health insurance exchanges created by ObamaCare. Lucky for them, it was recently announced that the federal government will make tax-free contributions toward the employee’s insurance […]

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Death And Taxes Are Inevitable, Too

by Mike August 9, 2013

Elephanticide? Definitely, if they keep acting like gerbils! If you won’t stand for something, then you’ll fall for anything, and the GOP party “leaders” keep acting the same way toward their voters as Democrats do to minorities – whatever it takes to keep us on “Uncle Sam’s Plantation” a little longer.

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Republican Gerbils and Amnesty

by Susan Olsen August 9, 2013

This would be funny if it weren’t so terribly true.  Via Ace: “…they are determined to do this. It’s like I say about gerbils. Gerbils will always get out of their cages because all they do is plot 14 hours per day how to get out of the cage. They have no other thoughts. They […]

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