Sunday, March 2, 2014

Disqus Doodlings: Delingpole, Steyn, The Spectator, and a Lefty Troll

by Mike March 2, 2014

The Spectator, as in the original UK Spectator.   Mark Steyn, as in our NH and national treasure, conservative, author, humorist, and the defendant in a meritless lawsuit brought by the climate change fraud, “Hockeystick” Mann. How meritless? Let’s not ask Steyn – here’s Stephen McIntyre, a highly analytical statistician, on the subject.   James […]

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There’s a new PAC in town

by Skip March 2, 2014

That would be SABERPAC.Org: SaberPAC was created by a group of Republican leaders based in Strafford County, New Hampshire as a way to give amplification to voices banded together by one message and one goal: accountability. SaberPAC was founded by Strafford County GOP Chairman and former State Rep Bill O’Connor, Strafford County GOP vice-chair and […]

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FBI.gov Releases 2014’s Ten Most Dangerous Cities

by Rick Olson March 2, 2014

“I’ll vote for whoever is the Democrat. That’s all I need to know.”  —Seth Rogen As with my previous posts on the topic, FBI.gov tracks crime statistics based on property and violent crimes. For 2013, the numbers are in. We have this year’s list of ten most violent cities in America. They are as follows: […]

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My 2014 Grok Oscar Pre-show Prediction…or Something (Updated)

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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I don’t have time to watch liberal .01 0.001 percenters engage in idol worship but my wife is a big fan of movies and is nearly impossible to beat in any kind of Hollywood trivia game.  She also thinks three hours is a bit much to hand out some statues, but she checks in on […]

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That shows what the members think – but not the Leaders

by Skip March 2, 2014

I had posted a snippet from DiStaso a few days ago (“You’re Dreaming“, reformatted here): “State GOP chair Jennifer Horn told us today, “There is a healthy debate about the Senate’s health care compromise taking place among Republicans. This sort of debate and discussion within a political party is natural and nothing new.As we’ve always […]

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I know that those in politics try to rewrite history all the time…

by Skip March 2, 2014

Grokster Scott had this post about mindless Democrat drones; let me take a snippet from it: …Democrats succeed when people on the ground are empowered with information (we’ll take care of that part) and are mobilized to get that information out to their communities… Er, there can be a price to be paid if one […]

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Blogline of the Day: Obama and how he faced reality

by Skip March 2, 2014

“Obama fires verbs at Russian tanks“ by Neil Munro at the Daily Caller (H/T:  Lucianne)

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Palate Cleanser – harmonies time!

by Skip March 2, 2014

I am a sucker for a good a cappella group and one of my favorite shows on network TV (“The Sing Off”).  Pentatonix won an early season (am hoping it will return) and have a great video out covering “Say Something” by Christine Agularia: (H/T: The Blaze)

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Medicaid Expansion – here’s some ammo for the Republican grassroots Rebellion

by Skip March 2, 2014

Over at the Republican Liberty Caucus of NH was this request for info: Windham GOP is considering their Medicaid resolution on the night Chuck Morse is their guest speaker Senator Chuck Morse, prime sponsor of the medicaid expansion bill, will be at a special Windham Republican Committee meeting this Tuesday, March 4th at 6pm. We’re […]

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Notable Quote – Edmund Phelps

by Skip March 2, 2014

[T]he provision of private benefits to special interest groups leads not simply to some inefficiency but to a culture that undermines the spirit of aspiration and discovery that is required for economic dynamism.  Putting an end to a wanton disregard for the costliness of special interest legislation is likely to be a necessary condition for […]

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Democrats Even Think Democrats are Mindless Drones

by Scott Morales March 2, 2014
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Once again I must admit some embarrassment– and for the second time in just a few short days, no less. As a conservative, I find myself in the strange embarrassing position of finding myself in complete agreement with the left and the Democrats on a view point. If you are like me and think that […]

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ICYMI on GrokTALK! – Is This The Democrat/Progressive Utopia “In Song?”

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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We’ve gotten into the habit of starting the live stream feed a few minutes before we officially start recording GrokTALK! at 9am on Saturday Mornings.  There’s no planning, it just happens when it happens.  We fill it with show prep, sound checks, whatever we happen to be doing.  This week, I had something loaded in […]

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Let’s be Honest About Who Is Suppressing Votes in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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The majority of vote suppression in New Hampshire is caused by Democrats harboring and/or encouraging non-residents to vote here instead of where they actually live, thereby suppressing the electoral voice of actual residents whose votes are erased as a result.  The Democrat’s suppression of your votes is wide-spread, and their commitment to suppressing your will […]

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