Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Funny, isn’t it, that we only hear about “the social COST” of carbon. Like there isn’t any

by Skip June 7, 2017

BENEFIT to the use of carbon?  Sure is, even if you don’t think about it – turn on the lights, heating your home, driving your care, power for making things – but you never hear the Watermelon Environmentalists about how GOOD it can be for society (even if it is just that the planet is […]

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Medicaid Expansion – well THANK YOU (again) Republicans Jeb Bradley, Chuck Morse, and the other…

by Skip June 7, 2017

…cast of known characters that decided, contra the NH GOP Platform, that shoving NH into the Obamacare morass via the Medicaid Expansion (Hey Jeb – thanks for the extra taxes!).  So once again, Govt has decided that it knows economics better than anyone and these self-righteous nitwits went for it.  I’m not waiting for my […]

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GOP, you are STUPIDER than I thought if you think this is a reason why I’d vote for you

by Skip June 7, 2017

Ben Sasse On What The Republican Party Stands For: “I Don’t Know” I hate almost all of the MSM, as any long term ‘Grok reader knows, as over the years I have blogged about specific instances of MSM bias against presenting news stories straight up without insipid (or gratuitous condescension) commentary slapping around half their […]

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The 3 States with the Lowest Violent Crime Rates in the US all Have Constitutional Carry

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2017

The Three states with the lowest violent crime rate in the United States are Vermont (1), Maine (2), and New Hampshire (3). They have something else in common. They all have constitutional carry. If you’re waiting for the anti-gun-cult left’s “blood in the streets” narrative to come true, you’ll be waiting a long time. They […]

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Why Are NH Republicans Voting to Make Electricity More Expensive?

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2017

New Hampshire Senate Bill 129 will make New Hampshire’s already high electric rates higher. So why are a majority of Republicans in the State House and State Senate supporting this bill? Your guess is as good as mine. I get why Democrats support it. It uses government force and taxpayer dollars to prop up expensive […]

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