Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Notable Quote – Prof. Walter E. Williams

by Skip May 30, 2017

…The entire premise behind population control is based on the faulty logic that humans are not valuable resources. The fact of business is that humans are what the late Julian L. Simon called the ultimate resource. That fact becomes apparent by pondering this question: Why is it that Gen. George Washington did not have cellphones […]

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A question for all ‘Grok readers: Freedom to do or requiring Permission

by Skip May 30, 2017

And your answer should be in the context of “Land of the Free”: Should law have as a fundamental organizing principle that persons have a general right to embark on enterprises not specifically prohibited, or that a wide range of activities should require advance permission by official gatekeepers? Sadly, I think that with all of […]

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Talk about foreign influence on American elections

by Skip May 30, 2017

And the Democrats here in NH are all up in arms about NH SecState Gardner asked to serve in President Trump’s task force on voter fraud?  What are they, and national Democrats, scared of? Emphasis mine, reformatted: A new report released shortly after the forming of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity finds that […]

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Notable Quote – Who knew two little words meant so much?

by Skip May 30, 2017

Is it possible that the History of the 20th Century can be explained by simple reference to a change in prepositions?  That is the gist of the epiphany that struck me while watching David M. Kennedy on Booknotes (C-SPAN).  He and Brian Lamb were discussing the fact that this book is part of the Oxford […]

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Do Democrat Women Really Believe the Men in the NH Legislature Are “Misogynistic?

by Susan Olsen May 30, 2017

I just sent this email to all NH state representatives: This Thursday [June 1], a number of Democrat women – and perhaps some men – intend to protest what they aver is widespread and malevolent “misogyny” in the NH legislature. Apparently, these women don’t read books – even bad ones – so one presumes it […]

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