Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Firearms and the Media… Red Faced Again

by Scott Morales September 17, 2013
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With the soot of exploding cigars still powdery on the reddening faces of gun control pouncers like good ol’ Piers the-living-skidmark Morgan, Dianne torch-the-constitution-it-hurts-my-head Feinstein, and a myriad of others in the media that prematurely wet themselves in anticipation of yet another anti-gun debate trundling its way into public with fresh evidence of an “assault […]

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Notable Quote – Ted McAllister

by Susan Olsen September 17, 2013

“The Neo-Progressive story is finally one of equality rather than liberty, of power rather than authority, of desire rather than reason.” The Tyrannical Declaration of Independence.      

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Democrats Set New Record

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013
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Here’s a feather for your cap, Democrat Party.  Party of the middle-class.  The compassionate party of Hard Working American Families™.  You guys, having had a majority control of congress for almost five years now, two of them with total control, are the first President and party in US History to preside over gas prices in […]

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Cornerstone Forum on Common Core Standards

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013

What: Common Core Forum When: TONIGHT @ 7:00pm (Tuesday Sept. 17th) Where: New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College (100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester, NH) What are Common Core Standards? How do the Common Core Standards impact public education? Why are so many parents, teachers and legislators now questioning and opposing Common Core Standards? How will […]

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Another Tragic Shooting – Solution? Ban Democrats

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013
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Nut job breaks the law, steals guns, carries guns into a place where everyone knows no one else is allowed to carry a gun.  Law breaker shoots unarmed victims.  Shooting and death continues until law abiding people who are allowed to have guns show up. Law abiding guns end shooting, deaths, and wounding stops. Democrat […]

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The ‘tell’ of the climateers…

by Susan Olsen September 17, 2013

Pulling the old ‘precautionary principle’ card from their sleeves.. Via Powerline: “Let’s say that science, some decades from now, said ‘we were wrong, it was not about climate’, would it not in any case have been good to do many of things you have to do in order to combat climate change?” Photo credit: http://lifebetweenframes.blogspot.com/2012/12/casino-royale-2006.html

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Election Today in Manchester…

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013

There is a Special Election Today in Manchester.  You know what would make it really special?  If the Republicans just show up and vote. That would be very impressive. Manchester, Ward 7.   The Democrat Majority in the House is not that big.  You can make it a bit smaller.  

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Carol Shea-Porter’s Little Elf

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013
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From Seacoast Online – Letter to the Editor Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter’s op-ed last week left me incredulous that someone who has been in Congress four out of the last six years would point out deficiencies in today’s America as though it was not a reflection on her and her party. The Democrat Party has held […]

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QOTD: The Economist On Barry’s Fed Debacle

by Mike September 17, 2013

After lamenting the hash Obama made of promoting Larry Summers as the best man for the job, The Economist (which leans left toward stimulus) opined that the Fed would be fine in the end(!) but: “Mr Obama’s second term may be another matter. He had called the selection of the Fed chairman one of the […]

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Speaking of ‘Presence’

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013
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If a campaign worker can come to New Hampshire, live in a Senior Assistant Attorney General’s home, (Martha Fuller Clark’s Motel, Cindy Rosenwald’s vote-fraud flop-house), vote and then leave–because they’ve “established a presence,” even though they were only here for a few weeks or months, why don’t Carol Shea Porter and Ann Kuster vote in […]

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