Tuesday, April 11, 2017

How individual precincts have changed from Blue to Red over the last 3 Prez elections

by Skip April 11, 2017

Or as the original title said “Democrats should be scared, Very Scared” (H/T: IJR)

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“NOW You’re Worried About Executive Power? “

by Skip April 11, 2017

“Recently, many left-leaning people have become (randomly) concerned about reigning in executive power, a mass event not seen since the beginning years of the Bush presidency. This concern manifests itself in suddenly questioning the ability of the president to unilaterally order military action, including drone strikes, air strikes, special forces, etc. It also comes across […]

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Notable Quote – Prof. Walter E. Williams

by Skip April 11, 2017

Excerpts from his address upon receiving the 2017 Bradley Prize: Now for most of human history, mankind has been subject to arbitrary abuse and control by others, It’s personal liberty that’s the rare state of affairs, and enjoyed by only a tiny part of mankind mostly in the western world, and for only a tiny […]

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Heartburn for the illegal immigrant apologists – guess what Sessions is now making a FELONY!!! Yee Hah!

by Skip April 11, 2017

I am so tired of hearing the “let them break our immigration law” musty heads mantra on “it is not illegal to be here, it’s only illegal to enter without documentation”.  Well GUESS WHAT!  New US Attorney General Jeff Session has been making that into the dust it always deserved – and now is doubling, […]

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Trump – keeping promises to shrink the reach and intrusiveness of the Federal Government

by Skip April 11, 2017

“The way the progressive left runs is that if they can’t get it passed, they’re just going to put it in some sort of regulation in an agency. That’s all going to be deconstructed.” – Trump’s strategist, Steve Bannon My senior US Senator Jeanne Shaheen, is mad as a hornet over this as she sees […]

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Obligatory mention – United Airlines, frequent flier, and “how United turned a PR crises into a total disaster”

by Skip April 11, 2017

As I have said in the past, I’ve flown over 500,000 miles for business and most of those on United.  In the past, I was a Premier Exec level frequent flier for multiple sequential years in the past.  Most of the employees I came into contact with were always cordial and polite (even if getting […]

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The obligatory mention of questioning Lindsey Graham’s manliness – well, is “Notorious RBG” right?

by Skip April 11, 2017

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the late Justice Antonin Scalia were honored with Allegheny College’s Prize for Civility in Public Life in Washington Monday. During her remarks at the ceremony, Ginsburg pointed to her and Scalia’s confirmation to the court, adding she hopes “members of Congress… and others of goodwill will lead the way in restoring […]

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Notable Quote – Ludwig von Mises

by Skip April 11, 2017

Smith’s books did not lay the foundation stone, but the keystone, of a marvelous system of ideas.  Their eminence is to be seen precisely in the fact that they integrated the main body of these ideas into a systematic whole.  They presented the essence of the ideology of freedom, individualism, and prosperity, with admirable clarity […]

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Why does the GOP keep avoiding its base’s priorities?

by Skip April 11, 2017

SHOT: Report: GOP Leaders May Exclude Border Wall Funds In Next Years Budget The creation of a border wall along our southern border continues to be something president Trump really wants to make happen. However, a new report indicates that federal funds for Trump’s border wall may not be included in the House GOP’s budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018. The […]

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What Happened to the UNH Enrichment Legislation?

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2017

Senator Dan Innis (R-UNH) sponsored SB41 to recruit STEM candidates to New Hampshire Schools. As originally written it would have given $5,000.00 in taxpayer debt forgiveness to STEM students for showing up but not graduating or sticking around to thank taxpayers; by putting that knowledge to use in the Granite State. This prompted me to […]

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