Monday, January 9, 2017

Republicans: THE Year of No Excuses – Part 2

by Skip January 9, 2017

From The Corner: Historic GOP Victory in Kentucky Leads to Flurry of Conservative Legislation After taking the state house of representative for the first time in 95 years, Kentucky Republicans have passed a series of conservative reforms poised to rollback decades of Democratic economic meddling, as well as protect the unborn. So what did they […]

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Obamacare – killing off rural hospitals

by Skip January 9, 2017

SHOT: Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell on Republicans repealing Obamacare: She added that some rural or community hospitals will “have to shrink or even shut down if they can’t count on funding through Medicaid,” which was expanded under the law. CHASER: Ummm, I guess she doesn’t know history: Since 2010, rural hospitals have been […]

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Blogline of the Day – a bunch!

by Skip January 9, 2017

“The media parrots Democratic Party talking points without embarrassment, which helped elect Obama president. But as those talking points corroded the credibility of the press, the parroting helped elect President Trump.” (H/T: Don Surber via Instapundit) Hypocrites: Gun-Controlled Hollywood Surrounds Golden Globes with Good Guys with Guns (H/T: Breitbart) If environmentalism is the left’s religion, […]

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Viking vs Precious campus Snowflakes – how’s that gonna go?

by Skip January 9, 2017

(H/T: Powerline)

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A Guitar and a Shotgun, A Gotgun or a Shotgar?

by Scott Morales January 9, 2017

Call it what you like, but one word comes to mind: Fun!    

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Permanent California Drought Ends Unexpectedly

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2017

Fake Climate News promised us lots of things including permanent drought in California and they were wrong again. “Right now we are on pace to have the wettest water year on record,” said forecaster Mike Kochasic with the National Weather Service in Sacramento, referencing conditions in Northern California. “The wettest was 1982-1983, and we’re on pace […]

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By Jan. 9th, 2013 – Cynthia Chase Didn’t Feel Safe

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2017

Back on January, 9th, 2013, I remarked on a report by WMUR News 9 about an online poll. Why? Because, when the comments got nasty, the largest television media outlet in the state at the time chose, of all people, New Hampshire Democrat House Rep Cynthia Chase for her thoughts. Chase became known nationally just […]

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