Sunday, December 3, 2017

Tales from the BudComm: we don’t need no stinkin’ private sector

by Skip December 3, 2017

Cemeteries.  Usually a very small part of any town or city’s budget but it is there.  It seems that every town has at least one within its boundaries; mine, due to historical reasons, has a bunch of them.  Many of them were old family plots started well over a hundred years ago and over time, […]

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Meanwhile, As A Special Prosecutor Tries To Nullify An Election, Democrats Are Being Democrats

by Ed Naile December 3, 2017

The NH Democrats held a meeting to discuss their crooked superdelegate mess which was exposed when a candidate, not even in their party, was marginalized by having the superdelegates pledge support for his crooked opponent – before he announced his well-known intention to run as a Democrat. As if that isn’t “Democrat” enough, there was […]

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Fake Russia Collusion News Trap Snaps

by Steve MacDonald December 3, 2017

Fake News backfires on ABC as the Russian Collusion Trap Snaps on its first victim. ABC News announced Saturday that Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross had been suspended for four weeks without pay over a botched “exclusive” about former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Ross’ suspension is effective immediately. ABC News spokeswoman Heather Riley would not […]

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