Day: May 4, 2017

17 NH School Districts Have Embraced “Transgender” Movement. Who’s Next?

On May 2nd, there was a House Party in Sandwich hosted by Freedom New Hampshire (not the town, the non-profit) “to grow support for statewide non-discrimination protections.” That’s a generic way of saying, advance the LGBT agenda through a so-called transgender rights movement. Two things you ought to know. First, transgenders already have non-discrimination protection under …

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Political vs Private Marketplaces

From Big Government is this piece from US Rep Ted Budd (R-NC) on the recognition of what I alluded to in my previous post – the subsuming, by Government, of organizations and industries by mere dint of its size and spending.  I’ve written for years of how organizations formerly known as charities (now calling themselves …

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Blogline of the Day – Whine much?

“I love your sarcasm, but in all seriousness, I am sick unto Heaven of this talking point. At this stage in the game, the Bonapartists and the Nazis combined haven’t blamed ‘the verdammt Russians’ as much as Hillary and the Democrats have!” Would this be breaking Godwin’s Law or just a reflection of actual history? …

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Like “charities” before it, is the Govt subsuming of healthcare insurance done?

“Here’s a nugget that encapsulates the health insurance industry, despite all the noise surrounding the future of the Affordable Care Act: In the first quarter of this year, Aetna collected more premium revenue from government programs (namely Medicare and Medicaid) than it did from commercial insurance for the first time ever. Why this matters: Most …

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