Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Disqus Doodlings – Treehugger writer believes things should cost more

by Skip April 5, 2017

It’s always a trip to go over to Treehugger because it shows me what and how the other side thinks of issues.  It is clear that they are Progressive in their authors topics and contents and some of their commenter are REAL hardcore. Not only are they hardcore in renewables, recyling, EVs, and their outlook […]

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Blogline of the Day – A law for me but not for thee

by Skip April 5, 2017

“If I ever get in a jam, I ask for no special treatment. Just treat me like Susan Rice.” (H/T: Howie Carr via Instapundit)

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And you still don’t think that Obama didn’t politically weaponize the IRS?

by Skip April 5, 2017

One line is all it takes: The IRS Scandal, Day 1427: 54 Applications For Tax-Exempt Status Were Rejected In 2016; One Conservative Group Has Been Waiting For An Answer Since 2009. I realize that the wheels of Government turn slowly, sometimes imperceptively slowly but seriously -7 years? We’ve seen over the years that the IRS […]

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Settled Science? “I always suspected that kale was based on a vicious lie told by happiness-hating harridans”

by Skip April 5, 2017

Potatoes – love’em!  There is nothing better than a correctly done baked potato smothered in butter (which, by the way, also used to be good, then bad, and now is good again): Why French Fries Are More of a “Superfood” Than Kale. Frankly, the superfood term could use a sensible and scientific makeover. The foods most […]

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Blogline of the Day – Hypocrisy, thy name is Facebook

by Skip April 5, 2017

Facebook Demands That Its Outside Law Firms Meet 33% Diversity Target That Facebook Does Not Meet. But, that’s what the Left is – demanding of others that it cannot meet. (H/T: Instapundit )

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Mark Steyn on Tucker Carlson About the Media and Susan Rice

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2017

Steyn Online

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Did New Hampshire’s Civil Engineers Just Ask for a Sales or Income Tax?

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2017

New Hampshire’s local coven of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE-NH) gave the state a C- on ‘infrastructure.’ The grade was determined by a team of professional engineers from across New Hampshire who assessed 12 categories of infrastructure. And they found that much of the state’s infrastructure requires investment and upgrades to keep up with […]

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Out-Of State Group Behind Portsmouth Bag Ban Will Keep Pushing Their Agenda

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2017

Monday we reported on an attempt by elements in the City of Portsmouth to advance another plastic bag ban. Yesterday, the Portsmouth City Council postponed a vote on the ban pending review by the City Manager. It is unclear what the city manager can do. There is no legislative support or enabling legislation. Correspondent Kimberly Haas from […]

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Fight over School Choice Heats Up

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2017

Someone I know (a liberal Hillary supporter) who must remain anonymous was saying that SB193 would allow some home-schooling family with six kids to take six kids worth of money out of the school district when it wouldn’t cost them that much to home school them. My fist thought was, well, it’s not actually the […]

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