Friday, January 2, 2015

One King Trumps Two Captains
Entitleist Scores A-Hole-In-One!

by Mike January 2, 2015

King Barack has, how shall we put it? An addiction. He may not be much good at golf, but he surely can’t resist driving that little white ball, and everyone around it, crazy! Natalie Heimel and Edward Mallue Jr., a pair of captains in the Army, had longstanding plans to wed at the Klipper Golf […]

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Tomorrow On GrokTALK! – January 3rd 2014

by Steve MacDonald January 2, 2015
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Tomorrow morning NH House Rep Max Abarmason joins us.  He’s under pressure to step down from the Justice committee and maybe even from the House altogether.  We’ll ask him about his meeting with Democrat elected speaker Shawn Jasper (happening today).   Brian Demyanovich is NHGOP Chair Jennifer Horn’s pool guy; the guy she tried to […]

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Steve Shurtleff: Champion Of The Second Amendment

by Rick Olson January 2, 2015

“Our intention creates our reality.”  —Wayne Dyer Democrat House Leader Steve Shurtleff engages on the Second Amendment. Shurtleff took to the pages of the Fishwrapper Concord Monitor on New Years Day to Champion the banning of guns in the Statehouse facilities. Shurtleff writes, “The House chamber and visitors’ gallery is not an appropriate or necessary […]

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Judge Dismisses Case Against William Baer

by Steve MacDonald January 2, 2015
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Billy Baer was arrested in May 2014 at a Gilford School board meeting for speaking out about a book the school district gave to his 14 year-old daughter to read for class..  The book was ‘Nineteen Minutes.’  it included sexually explicit and violent content to which Bear rightly objected.  Baer was arrested and charged.  His […]

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“A society of emasculated liars…” – Theodore Dalrymple

by Susan Olsen January 2, 2015

“Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small. In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, nor to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they […]

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