Day: September 10, 2016

Podcast #158 Primary Candidate-Palooza

This week we chat with Republican candidates in New Hampshire primaries including, Andy Kohlhofer, John Washburn, Joe Duarte, Steve Kenda, and Dave McCray. The topics range from support for constitutional carry to the broken legal system, health insurance premiums, right to know, domicile and voter fraud, and–most importantly–what voters are saying concerns them most in …

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So Ersatz Republicans Shawn Jasper and Dick Hinch want to change the NH GOP Platform?

And in the process, run the NH GOP FASTER towards that gorge named Democrat-Lite? A few thoughts on Steve’s post: Will it make any difference?  The NH GOP Leadership, both in the Party and elected politicians, don’t pay much attention to the Platform as it is.  Listen to their words, watch their actions – how …

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Wrong question – ask the right one correctly

After reading the latest report where three female Islamic terrorists, who were caught ready to blow up the Notre Dame cathedral by using a car loaded with gas cylinders, the correct question must be asked correctly.  And it isn’t about accommodation by the West: SHOT: FRANCOIS HOLLANDE – French Republic must make room for Islam. In a speech …

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Outflight from Progressive / Democrat states: people tired of being taxed & regulated to death

“Overall, many of the most affluent states are the ones hemorrhaging high-income earners the most rapidly. As in overall migration, New York sets the standard, with the highest outmigration of high income earners (defined as annual income over $200,000) relative to in-migrants (attraction ratio: 53). New York is followed closely by Illinois, the District of …

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