Sunday, August 14, 2016

Sigourney Weaver is “Not In Kansas Anymore” or Ever, Apparently…

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2016
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Posted above we have a map of precipitation for the entire US from 2014-2016. Two years of data. Compare that to Sigourney Weaver (can we call her ‘SIG’ for short?) at the Democrat National convention crying drought…

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Millennial Journalist on College Loan Crack

by Ed Naile August 14, 2016

Not long ago Hillary Clinton had an episode that to several onlookers seemed very disturbing. She responded to a question by reporters by doing a bobblehead impression that lacked any meaning other than OMG! I know she likes to practically pop her eyes out of her head, laugh uncontrollably at nothing, and give a giant […]

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If your home is invaded, should you have a howitzer aimed at the front door (from the inside)?

by Skip August 14, 2016

“Let me ask you a simple question: If you’re at home and someone kicks in your door and tries to murder you and your family, should you have the right to defend yourself with a firearm?” The Progressives would say no because: Only the State should have the monopoly on Force It gives the homeowner […]

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Remember – Science is NEVER settled

by Skip August 14, 2016

Researchers orbit a muon around an atom, confirm physics is broken. “This ‘proton radius puzzle’ suggests there may be something fundamentally wrong with our physics models. And the researchers who discovered it have now moved on to put a muon in orbit around deuterium, a heavier isotope of hydrogen. They confirm that the problem still […]

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The GOP again gives us a reason for “not a dime’s worth of difference”

by Skip August 14, 2016

Or, why do we think there there is only a Fusion Party?  Because they act no differently than the Democrats when they don’t think we’re looking.  Take the appropriations for the Office of Civil Affairs and its meddling over transgenderism by its own re-manufacturing of law and definition replacing the meaning of what was passed […]

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Pokemon?

by Skip August 14, 2016

(H/T: Powerline)

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Andru Volinsky – certainly not my values nor of traditional NH ones

by Skip August 14, 2016

Andru Volinsky has an Op-Ed (full piece after the jump) that is about “shared values”.  Unfortunately, he’s not honest enough to say “these are Progressive values” and instead tries to hide them as “commonsense New Hampshire values” trying to make readers think “well, how COULD you argue with these?” as they cock their heads to […]

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New Solar Science Unsettles Al Gore’s Settled Scientists

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2016
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Solar Physics has a breakthrough. The settled-scientific community wants it retracted. Why? Recent research by Professor Valentina Zharkova (Northumbria University) and colleagues has shed new light on the inner workings of the Sun. If correct, this new discovery means that future solar cycles and variations in the Sun’s activity can be predicted more accurately.

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Hillary Should Have Named Her Daughter Charity

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2016
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If you had not heard, the Clintons released their tax returns. The first, most remarkable thing about them is their charitable giving. Ninety-six percent of all donations went to…the Clintons. (DC) Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill deducted $1,042,000 in charitable contributions last year — $1 million of which went to their own family non-profit, the […]

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Guest Post – “FREE DOG IN AMERICA”

by Skip August 14, 2016

Guest post by a good friend of the ‘Grok: FREE DOG IN AMERICA No, not giving our dog away. Rather sharing some thoughts on dogs. We have Goldens and have had for quite a few years. The dog fits us to a “T”. Sure she sheds. The pickup truck, dog’s truck, is full of swirling […]

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The Republic of Phelps is in 39th Place for Most Gold Medals Won by a Country, All-Time, Summer and Winter Combined

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2016
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(NPR) Phelps went out on top Saturday night, winning one last gold in the 4×100-meter medley relay in his final race in Rio, and according to him, his final competitive race ever. Of course, that’s what he said after the 2012 Olympics. That was his 23rd career gold medal and would place the Republic of Phelps […]

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Object Orbiting Sun Has ‘Scientists’ Rethinking Theories About Our Solar System

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2016
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The solar system “officially” has a new object. Niku circles our sun outside the orbit of Neptune, at 110 degrees to the plane of the solar system, in the opposite direction of everything else. The discovery is forcing this scientific community to rethink its theories about our outer solar system and what else might be […]

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