Day: February 11, 2018

Even Sasquatch Leaves Tracks

I was at the US Civil Rights Commission hearing in Raleigh, North Carolina recently and sat through hours of testimony, by what amounted to race hustlers spinning tales of minority disenfranchisement. The hallway outside the hearing was my “safe space” when it got too bad. When you hear someone say “We need to have a …

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Podcast: Townhall Review

Here’s another decent podcast for conservatarians to consider. Lots of audio from names you know on topics that matter. Kimberly Strassel, Dennis Prager, Larry Kudlow, Michael Medved and more. It’s 39 minutes loaded with a lot of information.

Disturbing UNH Campus Climate Report Never Mentions Free Speech

Last September, the University System of New Hampshire released a preliminary report on Campus Climate. Its purpose was to institutionalize the bunching of panties after students wearing sombreros and fake mustaches at a Cinco de Mayo party on campus rustled some social justice jimmies. The report began the long process of navel-gazing over Kampus Klimate and the Komplexities of what …

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In New Hampshire, Only the Illusion of GOP Control of State Government

By Ed Mosca On paper, the GOP controls every branch of State government in New Hampshire except the judiciary. But the reality is that in the aggregate the State has moved leftward despite nominal GOP control of the political branches. I discussed how Governor Sununu has moved the State leftward in this post, but there is …

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HB 628: Coos County Reps Vote to Tax Your Income.

By Kevin Craig I am dismayed that the entire Coös County delegation, both Democrat, and Republican, voted for an income tax on all non-public employees, via House Bill 628, the “Family Medical Leave Insurance” bill. The only exceptions were Robert Theberge, who voted nay, Bing Judd, who didn’t vote, and Edith Tucker, who was excused. …

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Before 2018 Becomes the “Newest” Warmest Year Ever…

Spring is coming, followed by another summer, a time when it will probably be the hottest…it has been all year. And with that “heat” the hyperbolic declarations on Mann-Made warming–which is not to be confused with the Mann-Made cooling, bitter cold, and snow.