Thursday, January 1, 2015

Calculated Misery – what a way to view your customers

by Skip January 1, 2015

And I thought I had a problem with FairPoint?  As a former frequent flier, I am SO glad my longest biz trip lately is from the kitchen to my home office and that airports are not in my immediate future as they used to be (a weekly affair): Over at The New Yorker, Tim Wu identifies the two […]

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At what point do Obama’s Regulatory State raise the bar – and we all fall?

by Skip January 1, 2015

(Cartoon H/T: Liberty Unyielding)   And here’s some proof that Obama’s Progressive agenda (translation: we WILL tell you how to do everything and anything) is making life more and more difficult for everyone).  Each and everyone of these reduces Freedom (and you can’t tell me that even the majority of this is “for my own good”): […]

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Humor – With respect to Jeff Foxworthy…you may be a Liberal

by Skip January 1, 2015

Heh! 1. If you believe that early snow and cold weather is a sign of Global Warming™…you may be a Liberal. 2. If you believe that conservatives who support Ben Carson do so because conservatives hate blacks….you may be a Liberal. 3. If you believe that Americans shouldn’t own guns, but think it’s okay to run guns […]

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So Democrat appointed Speaker Shawn Jasper wins at Scrabble?

by Skip January 1, 2015

Sent in from a NH House Rep about Democrat appointed Speaker Shawn Jasper  

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James Pindell Lands at the Boston Globe

by Steve MacDonald January 1, 2015
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Congrats to James Pindell on his new gig at the Boston Globe. (Dan Kennedy at Media Nation) “…, some other Globe news: veteran New Hampshire political reporter James Pindell is returning to the Globe as “a digital-first political reporter and playing a key role in our effort to augment our coverage of the first-in-the-nation contest,” […]

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So, you want to elect a Racist to be President? Apparently, Hillary Clinton fits the bill

by Skip January 1, 2015

After all, if you are all out praising a Racist for what she’s done, how is that any different for Hillary and Sanger than what we are seeing with the current Scalise and the kerfuffle on speaking at a white supremacist group (or not, as the case is turning out to be), why can’t we […]

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And this Progressive US Congressman sound like WHICH former Progressive US Congressman?

by Skip January 1, 2015

Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., is using alleged police brutality victims to raise money for a re-election campaign he promised not to run. “The historical election of President Obama doesn’t mean the end of racism and injustice in America,” says @cbrangel Rangel, the veteran Harlem congressman, barely eked out an electoral victory this year in part […]

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Concord Monitor bias in abortion reporting? No mention of the Federal Government’s Ambassador to NH Jeanne Shaheen?

by Skip January 1, 2015

Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow; Praise Him, all creatures here below; Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. (Thom­as Ken, 1674)     You betcha – the Concord Monitor (aka “Pravda on the Merrimack” for its support of just about all things Leftist and little on the Right) ran a […]

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The joy of competition: good-bye, FairPoint! Part 2

by Skip January 1, 2015

So, as I described here, I cut the cord with FairPoint – with the sole reason was that I was not going to pay for bad service.  Yesterday was the cut-over day – the cable guy (no, not THAT Cable Guy!) came over, swapped out my modem for theirs, checked the levels, did a couple […]

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Public Perception Of Cops Today

by Rick Olson January 1, 2015

“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” —Aldous Huxley Public perception of the police is constantly challenged. Being a police officer has never been a tougher profession. The Bureau of Justice Statistics is replete with data on police officer divorce, alcoholism and other social problems. […]

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NH Democrats make fools of themselves demanding this Republican resign

by Kimberly Morin January 1, 2015

On Tuesday, the New Hampshire Democrat Party released a statement demanding Representative Frank Guinta call for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) to resign. Why? Apparently 12 years ago, Scalise spoke at a gathering of a group that had ties to a white supremacist group. Scalise admitted he spoke at the gathering but didn’t realize […]

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The Media Are Sheep And Democrats are Still Better Shepherds

by Steve MacDonald January 1, 2015
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What’s the difference between the Steve Scalise Story and The Terry Bean Story? NH Democrat state party Chair Ray Buckley knows accused pederast Terry Bean.  They both serve on the Democrat National Committee.  They have been in the same room with each other more than once, had dinner with the president, and they may even […]

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