Month: September 2017

Blogline of the Day – this is what happens when you can’t do math

Or even simple arithmetic baffles you.  Before you read the line, remember that the top 1% pay almost 39% of income taxes. NEW YORK TIMES FINDS A FLAW IN TRUMP’S TAX-REFORM PLAN: “The plan would not benefit lower-income households that do not pay federal income taxes.” Sigh.  Well, given that the NYT has been running a …

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So much for the Left’s vaunted ideal of “inclusiveness”, eh?

That’s all we seem to hear about from Progressives that they want and desire a more “inclusive” society. As you can see, at least on this campus, “inclusive” really means exclusive – we will include anyone that is just like us but exclude “The Others”.  Once again, we see the hypocrisy of the Left and …

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The Socialist Big Lie – “incrementalling” itself all over the US

In a post over at The American Thinker labeled The Free Lunch Slide into Socialism, we see the Great Lie of proto-Socialism once again: New York City’s Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina recently announced the new “Free School Lunch for All” for the big Apple’s public schools. This means that the entire public-school population, some 1.1 million students, …

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Legacy of Hugh Hefner: the destruction of faithfulness, responsibility, fidelity and holding to sacred vows…

Hugh Hefner, the massively influential publisher and leader of the 1960s sexual revolution, died of natural causes Sept. 27 at age 91. He is survived by his wife Crystal Harris, ex-wife Mildred Harris, partner Anna Sophia Berglund, partner Jenna Bentley, partner Kristina Shannon, girlfriend Holly Madison, girlfriend Kendra Wilkinson, girlfriend Bridget Marquardt, partner Brande Roderick, …

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Remember Those ‘Climate Mayors’ Who Swore to Uphold the Paris Agreement?

Earlier this year a group of mayors clung together in the name of the Paris Climate Accord. They insisted, wrongly, that the “treaty” was necessary and they intended to take action locally to support its goals. Some 379 municipal leaders signed on to Climate Mayors.org, which was all most of them ever intended. As a group, they …

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They Said if We Did Nothing About Global Warming it Would Affect NH Tourism and They Were Right (Again!)

Global Warming Continues to be good for Tourism in New Hampshire. New Hampshire tourism officials are forecasting all-time highs for visitors and spending this fall season, with a good chunk of the travel occurring over Columbus Day Weekend. The New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism is expecting 9.8 million visitors to spend $1.5 billion …

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International Right to Know and The New Hampshire Connection

For several years, The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers has been offering workshops on the Right to Know Law, RSA 91-A, its foundation in our State Constitution and how a taxpayer group can use it in uncovering municipal corruption. Granite Grok filmed one such workshop. So far, CNHT has had attendees from South Korea, the …

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Data Point – kinda puts to bed the lie that Planned Parenthood is “necessary” for “women’s healthcare”

And I put that in quotes because it is a euphemism for “kill that unborn baby” because it sucks come voting time.  At The Blaze, I ran across this: From a Guttmacher Institute study earlier this year: The abortion rate has fallen to its lowest rate since Roe v. Wade. In 2014, there were 14.6 abortions per …

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