Saturday, March 22, 2014

Given that we talked about Benghazi this morning on GrokTALK!

by Skip March 22, 2014

This is appropriate.  Four heros and one zero. (H/T: Bill)

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One does wonder if they can really see themselves

by Skip March 22, 2014

Neil Cavuto is not everyone’s cup of tea (I like him, TMEW does not); even though he is known as a biz reporter, he has to be up on the politics as Government has put itself into all aspects of pretty much all businesses (after all, we individuals can’t deal with companies on our own […]

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Gun Grabber version of the Second Amendment

by Skip March 22, 2014

Do I break Godwin’s Law right off the bat when I say “we have the children”?  I rail all the time that a lot of the problems here in the US are due to our bad educational system and the huge lack knowledge by Americans, especially those in school, about how our style of Government […]

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“Livid” and “berserk”

by Skip March 22, 2014

However strange it may be, I am on Steve Vaillancourt’s email list.  Like any distro list, a lot go unread, some get glanced at, and a few are interesting.  This was both amusing and alarming as he describes the mental state of NH State Speaker of the House Terri Norelli.  The two words above did […]

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Guest Post by Radical Moderate: “Obamacare is a direct attack against the middle class.”

by Skip March 22, 2014

Obamacare is a direct attack against the middle class. The ‘poor’ receive free healthcare. The level of those considered ‘poor’ has just risen dramatically here in New Hampshire thanks to Medicaid expansion and with no limitation on Medicaid eligible people relocating to New Hampshire causing the level to only rise higher. The ‘wealthy’ can afford to pay for healthcare. Wealthy defined […]

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GrokTALK! 3/22/14 w/Kerpen, Milanesi, and ‘DaTechGuy’ – the video

by Skip March 22, 2014

Well, perhaps not all that much going on in studio this week as our three guests were via phone.  But nonetheless, we do, we show, for you.  And if you want to just listen or download, Steve has the audio for you here. Pre-Show (short) Segment 1 – 4 after the jump:

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GrokTALK! March 22nd, 2014 with Phil Kerpen, Lou Milanesi, and Pete ‘DaTechGuy’ Ingemi

by Steve MacDonald March 22, 2014
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This week our guests are author and Fox News Contributor, Phil Kerpen – President of American Commitment. Lou Milanesi give us an update on Benghazi and the Benghazi vigil.  And Radio host Pete Ingemi will give us his take from inside last weeks Northeast Republican Leadership Conference. We’ve also got the evolution of the left’s […]

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Benghazi Vigil Today: StateHouse 1pm

by Mike March 22, 2014

HEROES AND VILLAINS… Many citizens all across America are still furious about the way this Administration willfully abandoned our heroes on Benghazi on 9/11/2012, and in addition to keeping up the pressure on Congress to uncover and prosecute the offenders, hold vigils like toady’s in order to keep the flame alive, and the issue in […]

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GrokTALK! Live Streaming March 22nd, 2014

by Steve MacDonald March 22, 2014
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This week our guests are Author, Fox News Contributor, Phil Kerpen – President of American Commitment.  Lou Milanesi will be here to give us an update on Benghazi and the Benghazi vigil.  And Radio host Pete Ingemi will give us his take from inside last weeks Northeast Republican Leadership Conference. Live broadcast by Ustream

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Notable Quote – Randy Barnett

by Susan Olsen March 22, 2014

“The distinction between ‘economic’ and ‘personal’ liberty was devised by progressives to justify the pervasive regulation of the economy, while attempting to preserve some domain of judicially protected liberty. Reading that distinction into the text of the Constitution protecting ‘the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States’ is an act of judicial creativity, […]

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