Monday, January 29, 2018

Blogline of the Day – On the news that MLB told the Cleveland Indians to drop their logo, Chief Wahoo

by Skip January 29, 2018

“Trump’s going to suggest Elizabeth Warren be the new Cleveland mascot isn’t he?” Frankly, if I had to choose between Fauxcahauntus and Wahoo, I’d go with the latter. To the other point, how many customers does the MLB (“that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred pressured Indians chair Paul Dolan into making the change“) think it will […]

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Like I’ve been sayin’ – Progressives LOVE to redefine our common language

by Skip January 29, 2018

It’s like we’re from two different worlds… H/T: Powerline)

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HB 628: You Can Opt-In (to Pay the Tax) Any Time You Like (But if You Didn’t Opt-Out) You Can Never Leave

by Op-Ed January 29, 2018

By Chip Spangler Currently, HB 628 sits in the House Commerce and Consumer Affairs committee. This bill claims to be a government-run Family and Medical Leave insurance bill, but it is actually an income tax bill. The bill places a 0.5% tax on income for those who do not opt-out. The opt-out provision is deceptive at best, […]

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Whereupon NH State Senator Jeff Woodburn does a double

by Skip January 29, 2018

A double error, in my eyes. In a piece about banning bump stocks (SB 492-FN), the Senate Minority Leader shows two things; can you guess what they are from this snippet” Sen. Jeff Woodburn, a Democrat from Whitefield, sponsored the bill in response to the mass shooting in Las Vegas in October, when a man […]

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Of Property Tax exemptions…

by Skip January 29, 2018

One of the warrants that will be brought up at my hamlet’s Deliberative Session this week is one that would extend the property tax break given to honorably discharged veterans – a snippet from the Laconia Daily Sun: Veterans exemption The warrant has a mixed 2-1 recommendation on expanding the veterans’ property tax exemption “to […]

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Reminder: These New Hampshire House Republicans Voted for An Income Tax

by Steve MacDonald January 29, 2018

HB 628 (An Act that would institute a New Hampshire Income tax) passed the NH House 183 to 151 on January 9th, 2017. The bill has another hearing this week followed by another vote. Here is a reminder about the 33 Republicans whose vote for an Income Tax in New Hampshire are the only reason it is […]

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Pine Tree Ramblings – Vol 4

by Tom January 29, 2018

The feminization of males is on the top of people’s minds these days.  Liberals, with their strong senses of emotion and relativism, are advocating it, saying gender should be neutral and men should assimilate to better understand oppressed women.  Conservatives, with their strong traits of logic and rationalism, scorn the crossing of inherent gender boundaries […]

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