Tuesday, February 14, 2017

THE SEX OFFENDER and CHILD CONCEALED CARRY BILL

by Susan Olsen February 14, 2017

Update: May 12, 2017…seems to girls over at the NH Association of Chiefs of Police don’t like taxpayers using photos paid for by taxpayers, so I’ll use this one instead.   In case you don’t “Facebook”, this so-called “News Release” appeared on the Facebook page of the NH Association of Chiefs of Police yesterday: “NEWS […]

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Ok, one “bad” story about voter fraud deserves another

by Skip February 14, 2017

Methinks our Progressive commenters, Bruce and Herb, are going to have headaches before we’re done.  This is number four in a series and is about identity theft to register in another State (and not so coincidently, get the guy whose identity was stolen in hot water; reformatted, emphasis mine): Consider this note from our friend […]

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Drivers licenses – on ramp for illegal aliens and their illegal votes?

by Skip February 14, 2017

Buh-buh-buh-but illegal aliens NEVER vote and never engage in voter fraud! Really?  How now, brown cow (reformatted, emphasis mine)? Noncitizen Faces Deportation for Illegal Voting After Getting Driver’s License A Peruvian woman originally hoping to become a naturalized citizen in Illinois now faces deportation after her record of illegal voter registration and casting ballots for federal […]

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Gov. Moonbeam spends billions on a train to nowhere; now Oroville Dam people have nowhere to go

by Skip February 14, 2017

“Nearly 200,000 remain under evacuation orders Tuesday as California authorities work to repair an emergency spillway at the nation’s tallest dam before more rain arrives on Thursday.“ (H/T: RightWingNews)

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Is SB 41 UNH Enrichment Legislation?

by Steve MacDonald February 14, 2017

New Hampshire Senate Bill 41 would pour $4 million dollars into a 2-year program that funds “scholarships” to students pursuing STEM degrees. From the Union Leader, Senate Bill 41 would allot a total of $4 million to the skilled technology worker recruiting fund to pay for scholarships for fiscal years ending in 2018 and 2019. With […]

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