Saturday, September 10, 2016

Why not, I did the vast majority of my business travel in coach?

by Skip September 10, 2016

“It is tough to ask a guy to travel coach…” So why should a political hack or flack get first class handling?  There mere statement of that line should tell us plenty about those that would spend other peoples’ money.  Seriously, what is the thinking that a public servant shouldn’t ride with the commoners who pay […]

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Hillary says…oh heck, I can’t follow this logic that really doesn’t exist

by Skip September 10, 2016

(H/T: Powerline)

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Notable Quote – F.A. Hayek

by Skip September 10, 2016

That we can never know all that the people know whose actions determine the formation of prices and the methods and direction of production is, of course, of decisive importance not only for theory. It has also the greatest significance for political action. The fact that much more knowledge contributes to form the order of […]

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Humor: well, at least the fonts are readable

by Skip September 10, 2016

(H/T: Imgur)

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Podcast #158 Primary Candidate-Palooza

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2016
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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?

by Skip September 10, 2016

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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