Friday, January 16, 2015

Blog Headline of the Day: Not bread and circuses – use crack instead

by Skip January 16, 2015

Obama’s State of the Union in Five Words: #I’llGiveYouFreeStuff Newest free stuff: free benefits to illegal aliens, more free Obamaphone, more free Internet, , more free healthcare (Medicaid).  Now he wants free Community College, free paid sick leave, free family leave.  Alinsky was adamant and Obama is certainly following in his footsteps – take from […]

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Data Point – Electricity cost just hit a record

by Skip January 16, 2015

We’ve talked about this before:  In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama told the San Francisco Chronicle that his cap-and-trade proposal to control greenhouse gas emissions would mean higher energy prices for Americans.  “Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket,” Obama said. CNSNews: “Even as gasoline prices plummeted and the overall energy […]

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Whereby NH Rebellion misses the obvious answer to their question

by Skip January 16, 2015

THE LONG MARCH CONTINUES. The NH Rebellion walk to draw attention to the role of big money in politics has four routes this year: Dixville Notch, Keene, Nashua and Portsmouth. The finish line is at the State House on Jan. 21 — in celebration of the late Doris “Granny D” Haddock’s birthday — but the […]

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Free Government Stuff In One Picture!

by Mike January 16, 2015
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Tomorrow on GrokTALK! Jan 17th, 2015

by Steve MacDonald January 16, 2015

Our guests this week on GrokTALK! … Ed Naile  with a vote fraud update. Dr. Jason Fodeman, M.D. from Heritage.org on Obamcare Treatment Protocols. Guy Comtois is back with the Weekly Legislative Update. Max Abramson for Justice in New Hampshire. Ken Eyring – vs. Windham School Board vs. No Bid Contracts.   Tune in here […]

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Minimum Wage Workers Not in Poverty According to Feds

by Steve MacDonald January 16, 2015
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What of them that there are… (Human Events) At the federal level alone, full-time minimum wage workers with any number of children are eligible for both the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)—$496 in 2014—and the Child Tax Credit (CTC), which combined with the federal minimum wage of $7.25 equals or exceeds the poverty level for all […]

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UNH Pres Wants Another 100 Mil or Else

by Steve MacDonald January 16, 2015
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The President of UNH is on a mission.  His goal is to not raise in-state tuition.  In a free market you’d talk to suppliers, look at internal operations, streamline your offerings, modify compensation, or optimize productivity.  You’d get rid of what doesn’t work and focus on what does work. I’m not sure UNH knows how […]

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