Friday, August 30, 2013

Making sport of Obama: Who knew that Syrian Dictator’s 11 year old son read Alinksy?

by Skip August 30, 2013

This is absolutely rich – the Most Powerful Man in the World is ridiculed by an 11 year old boy whose Dad happens to be Syria’s Bashar Assad’s son, Hafez al-Assad.  Worse, he taunts O’Bam by saying “Yo, Emperor, where’s your clothes?” After all, how bad can it get when Obama’s indecision and mishandling gets […]

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Notable Quote – Heather Mac Donald

by Skip August 30, 2013

The New Racism whose name cannot be mentioned (emphasis mine): Children on Chicago’s South Side are escorted to school through a phalanx of “security workers in neon vests, police officers on patrol, an idling city fire truck and, briefly, a police helicopter hovering above.” Similar school escort programs exist in other cities. It’s no longer […]

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A question to ponder

by Skip August 30, 2013

Don Boudreax, Professor of economics and blogger at Cafe Hayek flips a standard question on its head and pulls it inside-out sideways: Last night and this morning your news anchors introduced your report on D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray’s ambivalence toward the pending “living-wage” bill with this question: “Will the District force large retailers to pay […]

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Data Point – Who pays Federal Income Taxes?

by Skip August 30, 2013

Fair Share?  I keep wondering about that “skin in the game” phrase…. (H/T: CNN)

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Threat Levels

by Skip August 30, 2013

The US has its terrorism threat levels with which we are all familiar; other governments have other ways of putting it: The English are feeling the pinch in relation to recent events in Syria and have therefore raised their security level from “Miffed” to “Peeved.” Soon, though, security levels may be raised yet again to […]

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Liberal Logic – “Obama Malaise Overload Syndrome

by Ed Naile August 30, 2013

Suddenly we need to get involved with the war in Syria to save the children – like the Clintons did at Waco, Texas – by killing them all with an intentionally set fire designed to destroy the evidence. But at this point, what does it matter? Back to Syria and a current look at Liberal […]

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Meet Melissa Shohet – OFA Ballot Box Stuffer and Transient Voter

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2013
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You might not be at all surprised to learn that Daniel Barluschke was registered and voted (as a Democrat) from New Hampshire Democrat Mille Knudson’s home on 93 Noons Quarry Road in Milford, NH in the 2008 general election.  [Knudson (D-Milford) was actually running for the NH House while Daniel was voting from her home. […]

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Data Point – there a reason why unemployment is so low – and it ain’t a good one

by Skip August 30, 2013

“a 34 year low” – the ONLY way that the 7.4% unemployment rate exists is because of the way it is computed.  It is this low because the unemployed, underemployed, and “have just given up” are not in this particular measure that Government normally touts.  The important number, the REALLY important one, is how many […]

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Oh Look! A Cooling Trend

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2013
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This was compiled using global satellite data.  No heat islands.  Best gauge of global temperature trends over long periods of time.  The longest trend (purple) is flat.  The last full decade (green) flat with a slight drop near 2010.  The last ten consecutive years (blue) are in decline.   And it is no coincidence that this […]

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And Jennifer Horn Should Apologize?

by Ed Naile August 30, 2013

And here comes the inevitable story from the old NH media (SeacoastOnline).  Now that liberal Democrat Martha Fuller Clark, who harbored out of state Obama campaign voters who have since asked to be taken off our NH checklist – as some were registered in several states, her “exoneration” by the NH AG is trotted out.  […]

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I’m Gonna Back Jen Horn on This One

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2013
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I’m no party hack, that is certain.  But as the left ponders the idea of a full out assault on NH-GOP Chair Jennifer Horn, after the NH-AG voter fraud division “cleared” Martha Fuller Clark’s home–in the historic vote-fraud district of Portsmouth–of any “wrongdoing,” one very simple fact remains.  While we’d like to say we helped […]

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I Guess We’re not Hiding Weapons in Syria Then?

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2013
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We couldn’t launch a strike in Benghazi.  No one could go in and rescue anyone.  The White House didn’t want more camel noses under the Benghazi Annex tent.  So they let those people burn. But we can send strikes into Syria.  So it follows naturally that we must not be collecting or smuggling weapons or […]

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