Thursday, August 24, 2017

You won’t like what comes after Trump, morons

by Skip August 24, 2017

Kurt Schlichter has a piece at Townhall that I thinks speaks to a lot of the Republican base, especially those from the TEA Party movement, on the GOPe (Establishment GOP and NeverTrumpers).  While he rails against mostly the latter (but plenty for the former), this caught my eye: …Oh yeah, we’ll repeal Obamacare. Oh yeah, […]

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Yet I keep hearing that Govt workers are more educated and more worthy than the private sector

by Skip August 24, 2017

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small,but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.” – President Obama, Inauguration (2009) And then we get this: IRS Rehires Hundreds of Employees Fired for […]

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Notable Quote – Chris Coyne

by Skip August 24, 2017

The notion of the “art of association” can be traced back to Tocqueville, who noted America’s robust civil society that consists of an array of social associations and networks.  These associations and networks were not the result of government design or legislation, but instead evolved through the ingenuity of self-reliant citizens acting entrepreneurially.  Associations stand […]

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Dartmouth Professor Advocates Preemptive Violence by Left-Wing Thugs

by Steve MacDonald August 24, 2017

Dartmouth College professor, Mark Bray was on Meet the Press where he advocated for preemptive violence by groups like AntiFA. Bray argued that violence is necessary to stop white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups from getting too normalized or powerful, framing the issue as one of self-defense. “A lot of people are under attack,” Bray said, “and […]

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Thoughts on a Torn Poster

by Ellen Kolb August 24, 2017

I heard anecdotes about a man with a pro-life sign being assailed during the recent Boston demonstration/counterdemonstration, and then found that an Esquire writer tweeted a short video of the incident. (Language alert.) The guy was carrying a poster with photos of preborn human beings on the upper half of the poster, visible in the […]

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Judicial Watch: Voter Fraud–The Untold Story

by Steve MacDonald August 24, 2017

“In this week’s installment of “Inside Judicial Watch,” Carter Clews sits down with Robert Popper, Director of JW’s Election Integrity Project, to discuss what no one else is telling the American public about voter fraud and election integrity.” Judicial Watch

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Feds Put a Boot on the Neck of a NH Planning Commission and I Don’t Think They Like It

by Steve MacDonald August 24, 2017

Planning Commissions are not known for their concern about property rights, but here we have the Coos Commissioners wondering about the injustice of losing zoning authority over projects within the county developed on Federal Lands. The Coos planners already regulate zoning on the county’s 23 unincorporated areas, such as Millsfield, because they have no governmental […]

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SEACOAST REPUBLICAN WOMEN 18th ANNUAL CHILI FEST

by Steve MacDonald August 24, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Seacoast Republican Women will host their 18th annual Chili Fest on Saturday, September 9th from 3 – 5 p.m. at the Scamman Farm, 69 Portsmouth Avenue, Stratham, NH. The event is a great opportunity for the community to meet and talk to many of the Republican candidates.  All candidates are welcomed to […]

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