Day: February 14, 2018

Data Point – Main Street is LOVING the difference from what Obama to what Trump is doing now

While Wall Street decided to throw itself into the gutter, Main Street is doing very well, thank you very much, and is very much looking forward to good time thanks to Trump’s changing Government’s view of capitalism and making it easier to do business by getting Government out of the way and letting people keep …

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Equity, Equality, Social Justice, and Speech Policing at Dartmouth College

A young man applied for a role on the Dartmouth Trips Directorate and was rejected. The Directorate is 15-4 women to men. So he wrote an opinion piece to the Campus paper (The Dartmouth) offering his opinion about the leadership’s response to his rejection and their priorities. This year, the Trips directors’ obsession with diversity verges …

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Special Presentation: Combating the Islamist Radicalization of American Youth

I had the honor and privilege of speaking with Raheel Raza from the Clarion Project about their campaign to prevent the spread of radical Islamic ideology and violence among American children and youth. A Pakistani living as a Canadian Citizen, Raheel Raza travels the world to talk about the dangers of Radical Islam and how …

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Chairman Resigns from Merrimack County Republican Committee

Principles mean more than a political majority The NH GOP membership is constantly reminded that the primary focus of the party is to elect someone who identifies as a Republican.  We are assured that anyone who is 80% Republican is better than the Democrat. But it is evident through the actions of the top leadership …

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Cleaning up Firearms Language in State Statute

Susan Olsen joins me to discuss the introduction of SB500, Senator Kevin Avard’s Bill to clean up firearms terminology in State Statute. We talk about the proposed changes, testimony, support and opposition to the legislation. Also Available on Google Play

Notable Quote – The Chinese version of the Pilgrims’ first Thanksgiving?

I always try to remind myself to post the story of the Pilgrims’ first Thanksgiving – made possible from the radical shift from Socialism (which is how the Colony started as an economic system) to Capitalism.  Seems like Capitalism, regardless of what the Chinese Communist Party may wish to have admitted, just always beats Socialism …

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Data Point – Feds take in more income tax than ever before

(reformatted, emphasis mine): The federal government this January ran a surplus while collecting record total tax revenues for that month of the year, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement released today. During January, the Treasury collected approximately $361,038,000,000 in total tax revenues and spent a total of approximately $311,802,000,000 to run a surplus of approximately $49,236,000,000. January was the first …

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Unrequited Love: CNN vs The Norks

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, CNN’s looove for the Norks gets them no Satisfaction We start with CNN fawning over dictatress and Propaganda Minister, Kim Yo Jong: Kim Jong Un's sister is stealing the show at the Winter Olympics https://t.co/1EenqF8pi7 pic.twitter.com/KULtJBtTEz — CNN (@CNN) February 10, 2018 But the Norks were less than impressed …

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