Sunday, March 6, 2016

As Jim Bender used to say

by Skip March 6, 2016

“Self-assured incompetents.  This is just another way to say it: (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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The GOPe just doesn’t get it.

by Skip March 6, 2016

They just don’t understand that losing the OTHER way is just a huge a possibility as what they fear will happen if Trump is the nominee: As Trump cements his front-runner status, senior party figures are moving away from the idea of defeating him outright. At this point, they hope to deny him enough delegates […]

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Notable Quote – Edward Stringham

by Skip March 6, 2016

The mechanisms of private governance are potentially limitless. They facilitate cooperation in close-knit groups and among relative strangers. They facilitate cooperation between billions of people across political boundaries and anywhere where the government legal system is not capable of or uninterested in facilitating exchange. Private governance is responsible for cooperation in simple informal markets as […]

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Mitt Romney doubles down on think you’re stupid

by Skip March 6, 2016

Methinks that Ryan Williams (to whom I am still not the Second Coming of thereof) ought to tell the lead tongued one he needs to change his patter when speaking about his speech, the perception that the grassroots has of him, and certainly the perception that he is solid rock core Establishment.  On the Sunday […]

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Playing Shell Games with Taxpayer Money

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2016
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Playing shell games with Federal money has become a state tradition when it comes to Medicaid. Susan Olsen helps us understand the Medicaid reimbursement scam, as we prepare to get scammed again with Medicaid Expansion.

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Ya think! NH Political Operative Mike Dennehy: “You know quite frankly, I think the Republican Party is on the verge of a civil war”

by Skip March 6, 2016

(H/T: WMUR). Heck, I’ve been writing about this for years now – and now he seems to be surprised.  This has been slow rolling since the start of the TEA Party movement 8 years ago.  Anyone inside that movement, who thought about what was happening, thinking about what its principles were (e.g., Free Markets, Fiscal Frugality, […]

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Ted Cruz Won ‘Election Day’ in Louisana, Erased 20 point Gap Almost Overnight

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2016
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Donald Trump won the state of Louisiana but Ted Cruz appears to have gotten more votes on election day, on his way to erasing a 20-point deficit, to come within a few percentage points of The Donald when the dust settled. Early voting showed Trump with at least a 23-point lead. By Saturday night, after […]

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Nothing to See Here – Back to the Revolution

by Ed Naile March 6, 2016

The investigation by Federal Authorities into unlawful campaign donations doesn’t have a lot of meat on its bones from what I can see. If you look at Bernie’s FEC Filings it is apparent a lot of his supporters, probably senior citizens or people unfamiliar with campaign donation limits, were making repeated, small donations which in […]

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Nancy Reagan Dies at the Age of 94

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2016
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Yahoo! News. Former first lady Nancy Reagan, who as an aspiring actress married affable leading man Ronald Reagan and then offered her unfailing support and Hollywood style as his unlikely political career took them to the Sacramento’s governor’s mansion and then all the way to the White House, has died. She was 94. A family spokesperson told CBS […]

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Did The Town of Henniker Try To Suppress Voting on a Town Ballot Question?

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2016
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The Town of Henniker had to remove its sample ballot from the Town Website just days before Town election this coming Tuesday, March 8th. The problem? Warrant article 5 is a citizen petition to clarify and amend the definitions of agriculture and agrotourism. The Planning Board does not recommend article 5 for passage because the […]

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