Day: September 17, 2017

Ben Shapiro: Do Not Blame the Freest Most Civil Society in the History of Planet Earth…

Ben Shapiro spoke at Berkeley without incident probably because of the massive police presence with engagement orders to pepper spray and arrest anyone who got out of hand. You’ll find plenty of snippet videos online and I’ve linked the entire thing below but I wanted to share this bit (c/o LI) where Mr. Shaprio explains Alt-Right …

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Data Point – How much is in YOUR wallet?

Here’s the percentage of the 8,000 survey respondents who have: $0 saved: 39 percent Less than $1,000 saved: 18 percent $1,000 to $4,999 saved: 12 percent $5,000 to $9,999 saved: 6 percent $10,000 or more saved: 25 percent (H/T: CNBC)

Palate Cleanser – this is magnificent!

I love watching these Rube Goldberg machine setups in action.  However, there is SO much going on, you have to hit the gear (lower right corner of the video) and slow the video down.  Even at 75% speed, there’s an awful lot going on. (H/T: Sploid)

Data Point – Record taxes through August 2017

Running Government beyond our means?  The kicker: “At the same time that the federal government was collecting a record $2,966,172,000,000 in tax revenues, it was spending $3,639,882,000,000—and, thus, running a deficit of $673,711,000,000.” Yet, a deal was made last week to put no limit on the Debt Ceiling – the first day after the bill was …

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Notable Quote – Derek Hunter

On Rights and The Federal Government’s Ambassador to New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen’s belief that Government CAN and should “bestow” a new Right upon its subjects citizens: Did you realize you have a right to not be offended? That you have a right to other people’s property and their labor? Were you unaware that you, as …

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Time to Ask Your Legislators to Protect Free Speech in the UNH System

The recently released UNH Interim Report Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate is not about the weather, but it does involve snowflakes. Let me drop one on your tongue so you can get a taste. “UNH must develop a sustainable inclusive campus climate and make diversity and inclusion integral to a 21st-century education where we …

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Special Education 101: Mysteries Unraveled for Elected School District Officials

On October 7th, 2017m the School District Governance Association of New Hampshire (SDGA NH) is holding an event at Nackey Loeb School of Communications on Special Education. As an elected school district official, do you feel at a loss about the mysteries of Special Education in your District Would you like to know what is required, how …

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