Tuesday, March 4, 2014

War, Dishonor, and Churchill’s Bust vs Obama’s Naiveté

by Mike March 4, 2014

The problem, as I see it, is that Barry and his Choom Gang, are too busy inhaling the hazy visions of sunshine and lollipops of theoretical socialism to have noticed that real life “socialist” regimes are all about supreme leaders, control, and oppression. On the other hand, Putin seems to be trying to recapture the […]

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The Failure of Veteran Senate Republicans

by Tom March 4, 2014

I’m wondering why some of our veteran Senate Republicans are jumping on the easy track to fixing the so-called Medicaid expansion “problem”. Republicans are supposed to lean toward market based, economic oriented solutions and away from entitlement-based fixes, which ultimately our grandchildren, not us, nor the aging Republican Senators (who feel the need to “do something“), will pay for. […]

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GrokTALK! March 1, 2014- Obama Cult, Religious Freedom, And The Gaystapo

by Steve MacDonald March 4, 2014
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It’s segment two and we open with the Obama Cult, then move quickly to the recent outrage over Arizona’s Religious Freedom Bill, the scourge of the Gaystapo and their mission to put people out of business (but who never manage to stumble into a Muslim Bakery, Photographer, florist etc.) Then its on to publicly sanctioned […]

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For Skip: Determined Weakness

by Mike March 4, 2014
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Sir, Can I have Another – Scandal?

by Ed Naile March 4, 2014

Never a town to avoid scandal, Atkinson is at it again. They are holding a “candidates night” for the “public” to get to know the people running for office. One such guy is the thug and former Atkinson part time police chief, Phil Consentino. He is a small time bully who has always abused his […]

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How Challenging Progressive Hypocrisy Equals ‘Childish Gotcha Games’

by Steve MacDonald March 4, 2014
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Most days I will try to sift through the Grok Twitter feed for things to retweet.  Yesterday I retweeted plenty but this one in particular caught the attention of New Hampshire’s own @nhdogmom.  Follow me as we see how a Kool Aid drinking leftist gets mad when you ask them to explain their own words.  […]

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Bedford Bullies Hide Behind The Manchester paper

by Ed Naile March 4, 2014

The Manchester paper has done its best to campaign for the old guard in Bedford, on its front page, with an article by Susan Clark. The headline is: Free Staters make mark in Bedford. And then it goes on to selectively isolate the two Free State members who are running for local office as though […]

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Crimea River: Barack’s Greatest Hits

by Mike March 4, 2014

A perfect fit with our commentary on Saturday about “Crimea River”! H/T American Thinker, original artwork by Oleg Atbashian of The People’s Cube

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Why The NH State Senate Republicans Must Bail on BradleyCare!

by Steve MacDonald March 4, 2014
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Every day there are more people, and more reasons made public for not expanding Medicaid in New Hampshire–what I have dubbed ‘BradleyCare!  But this may be the single most important reason of all. I better preface this first. Do you recall the left’s reaction to the O’Brien Budget?  Do you remember how Democrats responded when […]

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Foreign Policy Based on Fantasy

by Steve MacDonald March 4, 2014
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From Day One… The Washington Post posited today that Obama’s foreign policy is based on a fantasy. I think they’re right, but there’s another fantasy at play, here, too. Obama’s campaign pitch and much of his foreign and domestic policy were always based on the fantasy that his mere presence and his mere words would […]

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