Friday, October 7, 2016

Notable Quote – Hillary Clinton

by Skip October 7, 2016

“My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere”. ~ Hillary Clinton One notable piece of the latest Wikileaks Friday nite dumb of […]

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Repudiate him, now

by Ellen Kolb October 7, 2016

This just in: Trump is a vulgar lout.  Oh, wait. We knew that. But at least he’s not Clinton. Oh, wait – we knew that, too. Every woman inundated with campaign phone calls and palm cards and TV commercials and web ads about how one or the other is better for women ought to be […]

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100 Year Trend – NH’s Getting Wetter Not Drier

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2016

While the media advertises drought and towns take steps to address local water usage we should take a moment to appreciate this chart. Courtesy of the NOAA, the image plots the 24-month average amount of precipitation in New Hampshire for the past 120 years. Notice anything? Notice a few things? First, after ten years of sometimes record-setting […]

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The Principle Behind Wind Power

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2016

H/T TDCSB

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Burgeoning Theme: Bill Clinton is a Rapist

by Scott Morales October 7, 2016

A new theme seems to be popping up at various events around the country.  It is occurring at both political and non-political events.  The new theme that Bill Clinton is a rapist adorns signs and is shouted from protesters. This probably has something to do with  Jaunita Broaddrick not staying quiet about her experience with Bill […]

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Are Courts Helping Law Firms Run a Class Action Lawsuit Racket?

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2016

Lawrence Schonbrun is a Lawyer working to educate people about Class Action Lawsuit abuse and how the courts and politicians are letting law firms milk generational wealth for themselves at the expense of those they claim to be representing. *This is something of a programming change. I am going to try to post interviews the […]

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