Tuesday, August 27, 2013

No One Messes With Joe..

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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Biden makes it clear that Executive military action without congressional approval is grounds for impeachement…of some other president?

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Farmers Almanac – well, here is some supporting data

by Skip August 27, 2013

No, the Farmers Almanac prediction for this winter (which is lent more than a little credence in these parts) is not using sophisticated sensors, sats in space, or high level math to have declared that we all ought to have our woolies cleaned and ready.  Watts Up With That? is one of the heaviest trafficed […]

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I Wonder Where He Got This Idea From?

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013

It has been a busy week for stories about race hoaxing (here and here) most of them occuring on college and university campuses.  Makes you wonder where they get the idea that this kind of thing is OK?  And haven’t they ever heard of “The boy who cried wolf?” Well here comes another one. A […]

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Martha’s Motel Still not Out Of The Woods

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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Democrat Senator Martha Fuller Clark is NOT off the hook and the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office, under the ever watchful eye of another New Hampshire Democrat, can make all the consoling statements it wants, Fuller-Clark facilitated the ability of out of state entities to erase your vote. Consider… Bryan Gregory Griffith lives in Arkansas […]

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Notable Quote – F.A. Hayek

by Skip August 27, 2013

Liberty not only means that the individual has both the opportunity and the burden of choice; it also means that he must bear the consequences of his actions and will receive praise or blame for them.  Liberty and responsibility are inseparable. – F.A. Hayek

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Hmm, might we all be wishing for some Global Warming this winter?

by Skip August 27, 2013

Farmers Almanac 2014 Winter Prediction After the unusually warm and snowless winter of 2011–2012, many people questioned if winter could make a comeback. Well it did. Last winter was cold and especially snowy. So, what’s in store for this winter? The “Days of Shivery” are back! ?For 2013–2014, we are forecasting a winter that will […]

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Lenco BEARCAT is up for discussion in Concord again

by Tom August 27, 2013

Activism is increasing, leading up to the Concord City Council BEARCAT vote on Mon Sept 9th. You may be thinking, “this is Concord, what do I care?” – but this is more than just about Concord – this is about the type of New Hampshire we want to preserve for our children and a chance […]

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Scott Brown – problem?

by Skip August 27, 2013

I think a lot of Northeast Republicans were fairly happy when Scott Brown won the special election from “Marsha” Coakley  in MA to fill the Senatorial seat left empty upon the death of Ted “The Swimmer” Kennedy a few years ago now.  Occupying “the Peoples’ Seat” (as opposed to the “Kennedy Family Seat”), he pretty […]

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Mom: Daughter, don’t screw up and be a Miley Cyrus!

by Skip August 27, 2013

Over at The Blaze is a post about a Mom who watched the MTV VMA show – and saw it for what it was.  She has penned a letter (“penned” sounds so much better than “keyboarded”) and posted it on her blog. In essence, she is drawing a line in the sand for her daughter […]

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Well, since the Newspapers have to be PC in “describing” perps….

by Skip August 27, 2013

The LightBringer brought this one upon himself…..that would be Rule #5. (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Notable Quote – H.L. Mencken

by Skip August 27, 2013

“The bureaucrat begins, perhaps, by doing only what he conceives to be his sworn duty, but unless there are very efficient four-wheel brakes upon him he soon adds a multitude of inventions of his own, all of them born of his professional virtuosity and designed to lather and caress his sense of power.” – H.L […]

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Public Hearing on Medicaid Expansion In NH Today – What You Need to Know

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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New Hampshire should not expand Medicaid. Hospitals will lose hundreds of millions of dollars and Taxpayers will be burdened with billions in unfunded mandates.  At least that is what the results of the NH Department of Health and Human Services own study determined. …an analysis from the Lewin Group, a prominent health care consulting firm, […]

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Too Good Not to Post – “Last Thursday I Lied”

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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Found and shared by Susan.  Great read. Here’s a snippet.  Digest this then go read it all… Words mean things. At least they used to. They’re currently debased and euphemized until nobody knows nothin’ about nuthin’ by reading the newspaper. “Homeschooling” has been freighted with meaning, and it’s not the meaning I want it to […]

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About The Looming Government Shutdown…

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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When the deficit was 9.x trillion, and we were spending a lot less than a trillion per year on the budget (back in the less than halcyon days when we not only had a budgt but had to have a budget), Democrats were whining about expensive wars and the burden we were putting on working […]

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TV Show Idea

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2013
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When the entertainment idea-people run out of ideas you should expect the worst.  Continuity goes out the window.  Back-story and history are re-translated to fit the new world order–is that suspension of suspension of disbelief?  Some examples of this in the cartoon world include  Muppet Babies, The Flintstones Kids, Baby Looney Tunes, and other “little […]

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