Sunday, March 9, 2014

Write-In Dave Sticht for Meredith Selectman

by Don March 9, 2014

Meredith needs an experienced, knowledgeable Selectman to help our town deal with the challenges of years of economic stress for our town and our citizens.  In the Selectman area of your March 11 ballot, please write in and vote for  David Sticht. David Sticht has been a Selectman, he is up to speed on the […]

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Notable Quote – Jim DeMint on government crowding-out

by Skip March 9, 2014

What is happening to our country is enough to frustrate and depress even the most optimistic Americans. Many have simply checked out of the public debate altogether, and who can blame them? “Politics,” supposedly the art of achieving the highest common good for our Republic, has become a bludgeon to replace little platoons and individual […]

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“60% of the Republicans are ready And willing to leave their Party immediately for a better alternative”

by Skip March 9, 2014

CPAC 2014: Is it really bad for the Republican Party PR when a Democrat pollster (Pat Caddell) sounds more like a TEA Partier in call the Establishment wimps?  That they have lost their patriotism and principles? See Cadell’s remarks on the jump – Video Auto starts.

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Blogline of the Day: Dinesh D’Souza on Obama

by Skip March 9, 2014

“I am a third world guy who has embraced America, and, as I see it, he is an American-born guy who has adopted a third world ideology.” (H/T: Big Hollywood) Would it be fair for me to paraphrase that 60s song to say “You just don’t know what you got until he makes it gone”?

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Emoting vs Accountability

by Skip March 9, 2014

The Conventional Wisdom is that the Left loves to think with their hearts while Conservatives’ hearts are with their thinking.  Emotion vs reasoning.  As I said here, however, it seems that while the Democrats may have a show of caring and start lots of Government or Government reliant programs, they don’t want those self-same programs […]

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The poor

by Skip March 9, 2014

From Meet the Press with David Gregory was this exchange concerning a slight from a hard Left Democrat and a hard Right Democrat over the poor.  It was clear that the Democrat has a “sniffling” attitude that perpetuates the meme that Conservatives (and Republicans) hate the poor in a backhand slap against the just ended […]

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But should it BE that way? Is it too late to change it?

by Skip March 9, 2014

From This Week With George Stephanopolous about Obama’s latest unilateral Unitary President proclamation changing Obamacare saying that if you have a plan you can now keep it for another two years Sidenote: (to be repeated as often as the MSM brings up old news as well) You know, Bill Clinton’s wonderkid who now masquerades as […]

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192 Knee-Jerk ,Cell-Phone Banning Nannies

by Steve MacDonald March 9, 2014
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HB1360 (Relative to using certain electronic devices while driving) is HB1117’s cell phone ban twin, and 192 New Hampshire House reps voted in favor of it last week, even though there is no evidence it would make any difference–unless inconveniencing everyone, all the time, was the difference they were hoping to make. NHTSA – Most […]

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WMUR CloseUP – some thoughts

by Skip March 9, 2014

There’s almost always something just to make a comment about and this week is no different as the first segment had NH State Senator John Reagan, Josiah Bartlett Public Policy Center’s Exec. Dir. Charlie Arlinghouse, and Republican political operative Jim Merrill.  Each had something that evoked a quick comment. Reagan: Morse’s attempt was to extract […]

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Data Point – The welfare cliff

by Skip March 9, 2014

or: How the Government send the message to stay in the hammock instead of finding work Presented with little comment aside to note that when ‘work is punished‘ the demise of ‘opportunity’ will continue… The painful reality in America: for increasingly more it is now more lucrative – in the form of actual disposable income […]

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Paid The $5,000 Didn’t Admit Violation

by Ed Naile March 9, 2014

I thought the Democrat Party would be rejoicing over the NH State Supreme Court decision last week? Former Speaker Bill O’Brien filed a very easy to understand suit against Democrat Chair, Big Money Buckley, over primary election robo-calls Big Money Buckley starred in back in September of 2010. The calls were classic Big Money Buckley, […]

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