Friday, October 6, 2017

Quick Thought – So Schumer talks with the dead?

by Skip October 6, 2017

Schumer referenced inaction on gun control in his exhortation, saying, “[Those people] who were killed and are now in heaven, they would say, ‘do something.’ They wouldn’t say, ‘Let’ wait.’” 1) Talking with dead people is a wee bit creepy, isn’t it? 2) Obama is famous for establishing red lines and then ignoring them. Schumer […]

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Breaking: Carol Shea Porter Will Retire After this Term (And there was much rejoicing…)

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2017

New Hampshire Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter will stop running for Congress at the end of this term. Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, the first woman elected to Congress from New Hampshire, said Friday she’s retiring at the end of her term. Shea-Porter, 64, said in a statement that “the time has come in my life to pause and […]

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Slide Fires and Slippery Slopes

by Rick Olson October 6, 2017

“Legislation can neither be wise nor just which seeks the welfare of a single interest at the expense and to the injury of many and varied interests.”  -Andrew Johnson Slide Fires and Slippery Slopes. And, the slippery slope is  at our door once again. About 96 hours ago, yet another maniac shot up a public […]

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Trump Rolls Back Obama Contraceptive Mandate

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2017

The Trump Administration has just eliminated the ObamaCare contraceptive mandate. The Trump administration said Friday it will let a vast universe of employers duck Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate by claiming a religious or moral objection, a long-awaited move that will enthuse pro-life conservatives and enrage advocates who say women’s rights to birth control are being threatened.

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Wolves Against Central Planning

by Scott Morales October 6, 2017

Wolves make the case against central planning, that is against Socialism and pretty much all the -isms that leave Leftist priapistic. As is usually the case when the government, or anyone really, gets involved in something in which it has no business, but is arrogantly confident of its positive affects on things, the unforeseen and […]

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Data Point – headed south

by Skip October 6, 2017

Mexico, which takes in more remittances than any other Latin American country by a wide margin, will likely receive $30.5 billion from the Mexican diaspora living abroad — 6.5 percent more than it did in 2016. About 95 percent of Mexico’s annual remittance haul comes from the U.S., according to Mexican bank BBVA Bancomer. Build that […]

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