John Andrews obviously doesn’t want people to have any control of their tax burden

by Skip July 20, 2016

Ah yes, yet another missive from the Left complaining that the amount raised by property taxes here in NH should be paid by anyone other than by themselves.  While the original is after the jump, this Letter to the Concord Monitor quickly sums up their argument (reformatted, emphasis mine): The writer cites a $250,000 house […]

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Eric Estevez for Congress – the “Estevez for the Restevus” campaign contest – Part 8

by Skip July 20, 2016

We may forget, but never these folks! (H/T: K C) Previous Restevus Campaign Contest posts after the jump:

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Washington Post Data: Cops Shoot Whites Nearly Twice as Often as Blacks

by Steve MacDonald July 19, 2016
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It’s from data provided by the Washington Post so…

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Ayotte is Awful on the Environment

by Steve MacDonald July 19, 2016
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One of the more frequent concerns I hear from conservatarian voters about Kelly Ayotte’s primary opponent Jim Rubens regards past remarks about global warming, energy, and the environment. If you believe that Ayotte should get your Primary vote because “she is better on the environment” than Rubens you may want to rethink that.  Kelly Ayotte is […]

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Data Point – It is “settled” with Law Enforcement head Honchos

by Skip July 19, 2016

The 28th Annual National Survey of Police Chiefs shows that “76 percent” of respondents believe armed citizens reduce violent crime. An even higher percentage–nearly 88–stated their conviction that “any vetted citizen” should be able to purchase a gun “for sport or self-defense.” According to the survey, nearly “87 percent” of police chiefs support national reciprocity […]

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Obama – says one thing, acts another (but he really doesn’t care WHAT you believe)

by Skip July 19, 2016

“Let us honor the conscience of those who disagree with abortion and draft a sensible conscience clause.” President Obama (2009), Notre Dame Commencement.  Hmm, so the Congress decided to do exactly that – from LifeSite: House passes bill to stop govt from forcing people to participate in abortion WASHINGTON, D.C., July 13, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – […]

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Eric Estevez for Congress – the “Estevez for the Restevus” campaign contest – Part 7

by Skip July 19, 2016

The Candidates edition! Is Eric Estevez, of the “Estevez for Congress” and “Estevez for the Restevus” playing footloose and fancy free with his campaign donations?  Making them seem to be larger than actual?  Is this why these other candidates, fearing a blowout by him (heh! In more ways than one?) and are deciding “on other […]

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Oh, speaking of Betty Tamposi…..Laws are for the Little People?

by Skip July 19, 2016

With my posts on Betty Tamposi, a reader just had to email this in (reformatted): Skip When you quoted Tamposi about stepping on the accelerator I (almost) lost it. Last summer I was on the DW highway in Nashua. As I was just coming up on exit 7-N.. In heavy traffic. A vehicle passed me at a […]

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Words for Betty Tamposi to mull over – Part 2

by Skip July 19, 2016

“…Clinton and her liberal supporters believe the First Amendment to the Constitution must be curtailed to eliminate protections on certain speech.” This is what Betty Tamposi now believes in.  Curtailment of one of the bedrock freedoms we have here in America.  This is the price she is willing to bear for defeating Trump?  Once again, […]

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Cuccinelli on how to make people almost come out & vote

by Ellen Kolb July 18, 2016

I  have other things to do than watch the GOP convention, so I just caught up with the day’s festivities via social media. I gather that Ken Cuccinelli of Virginia threw down his credentials at one point. (Annoyed with the GOP? What a concept!) When I read that, I recalled something Cuccinelli said in 2005, […]

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Hillary Acknowledges Govs Won’t Share Information with U.S., Guess Why?

by Scott Morales July 18, 2016

Former Secretary Above-the-Law verifies that countries are reluctant in sharing information with the United States.  Hmmm. I wonder why.  Maybe this is a consequence of keeping an unprotected, unsecured server containing classified information in a bathroom?  From an interview on July 14, 2016,  O’Reilly factor (emphasis mine): CLINTON: … We still do not have enough […]

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Socialism Makes People Selfish

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2016
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It does.

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CNN’s Don Lemon gets ‘Both Barrels’ from Sheriff David Clarke on BLM

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2016
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PJ Media

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Congressional Candidate Eric Estevez is becoming unhinged

by Kimberly Morin July 18, 2016

For a guy who wants to be the next congressman from New Hampshire’s 2nd district, you’d think he’d be smart enough to know when to stop hammering nails in his own campaign coffin. 

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Western officials – morons all, it seems.

by Skip July 18, 2016

Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit oft says that we have the worst political class ever; I agree.  Unfortunately, it isn’t just limited to here in the States – Germany seems to be overrun with cluelessness as well.  From a post lamenting why Germany can’t deport those economic migrants that should be there (of COURSE, let’s ignore […]

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Quick thought: “Truck Rams Crowd in Nice, 70 Dead”

by Skip July 18, 2016

UPDATE: Boosted from 7/14/16 – I forgot to pat myself on the back for this one.  This post (and a few others) remind me that the driver WAS named Mohammed.  Yes, I win, but we all really lose as our Political Correctness Class crazies just can’t seem to want to stomach that reality, eh? ***** […]

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A Corrupt Republican Supports Hillary Clinton: NH Democrats get all Excited

by Kimberly Morin July 18, 2016

This morning a letter to the editor was published by Republican Elizabeth Tamposi who claimed Hillary Clinton “is the only choice for Republicans.” Well, sure, if you like corruption like Clinton.

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Words for Betty Tamposi to mull over

by Skip July 18, 2016

JUST came across this piece (H/T: Instapundit) and thought that Betty Tamposi (and the rest of “YOU PEOPLE” of the same ilk) should ponder the rightness of the underlying theme: Brooks is, of course, horrified at Trump and his supporters, whom he finds childish, thuggish and contemptuous of the things that David Brooks likes about […]

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Quick Thought – Betty Tamposi is dead wrong

by Skip July 18, 2016

Betty Tamposi, beloved of the Establishment Republicans, has a piece in the Concord Monitor where declares that Republicans must resist Donald Trump – he’s the Barbarian at the Gate of Republicans so we MUST go out and embrace the Goths, Vandals, and Visi-Goths. Together, reaching across the aisle, Republicans, Democrats and independents can choose the candidate […]

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Eric Estevez for Congress – the “Estevez for the Restevus” campaign contest – Part 6

by Skip July 18, 2016

Man, am I backed up on putting this up!  Our readers are GREAT and I have a whole slew of images to post.  I’m afraid that both the creative juices are overflowing and that the Eric Estavez for Congress campaign ain’t gonna like them – after all, we are now hitting the first page of […]

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NH Helps America Crawl Toward Single-Payer Health Care

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2016
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We discuss the dishonest campaign antics of Eric Estevez, then get into Medicaid Expansion with regards to Gubernatorial candidates Gatsas and Forrester, not soon enough to be former State Senator Nancy Stiles, and how it all ties into ObamaCare and their complicity in the left’s journey to single-payer Health Care. Download this segment | Listen […]

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Hillary Clinton got Snapchat and it’s Frightening

by Kimberly Morin July 17, 2016

 

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Hillary Promises To Try to Ban Political speech She Opposes in First 30 Days as President

by Steve MacDonald July 17, 2016
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Hillary wants a constitutional amendment to “address” Citizens United. Hillary Clinton proposes constitutional amendment to tackle Citizens United https://t.co/sHrV1pzOXE — CBS News Politics (@CBSPolitics) July 16, 2016 Citizens United is a case about whether the Federal Elections Commission could ban the showing of a movie about Hillary Clinton during her 2008 Presidential campaign. #Hillary not a […]

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Eric Estevez for Congress – the “Estevez for the Restevus” campaign contest – Part 5

by Skip July 17, 2016

Ah yes, the core supporter Identity Politics Group for Eric Estevez for Congress – Dumb and Dumber all in for Estevez! (H/T: K C)  Gosh, and neither of them look Latino (given that Eric Estevez for Congress campaign seems to be all about using the Democrat Identity group politics (e.g., @HispanicCaucus @RNCLatinos). Skin-deep thinking, I […]

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Myron Magnet – “I Nominate Barack Obama, the Anti-Lincoln”

by Steve MacDonald July 17, 2016
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Undoing 50 years of race relations because Obama can’t help himself. Anytime a non-black man killed an African-American, Obama cried racism and said it could have been him or his son, if he’d had one. Every time a cop, white or black, killed a black American, Obama’s reflexive instinct was to blame the cop. About […]

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US Government to Defend Individual Religious Beliefs…

by Steve MacDonald July 16, 2016
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US Government is finally standing up for the individual religious beliefs…of a Rastafarian. The Obama administration is spending taxpayer dollars to sue a private business for not allowing a male employee to have long, matted and knotted hair required to practice an “Afrocentric” religion in which followers also smoke marijuana (“the spiritual use of cannabis”). Known as […]

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“Job Opportunity” for Self-Starter in Sweden…

by Steve MacDonald July 16, 2016
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We have great fun doing the podcast each week. Sadly, there aren’t enough hours to excerpt all the best bits into bite-size snippets, but sometimes I have to make time to do it. Take this 40-second bite for example. Get the entire program here or catch the podcast on Spreaker, Stitcher, iTunes, TuneIn, or iHeartRadio […]

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Eric Estevez for Congress – the “Estevez for the Restevus” campaign contest – Part 4

by Skip July 16, 2016

UPDATE: That cash prize for the best submission?  $100 (Image: Eric Estevez for Congress Twitter Account – he RUNS!) Gee, talking about running with Estevez but man, it better not real not (for obvious reasons) real hot with these kinds of runs…Eric Estevez must be feeling great – he won the Outhouse Identity Group voters! […]

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GrokTALK! July 16th, 2016

by Steve MacDonald July 16, 2016
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Skip and Mike join me for show #152 as we sift through the Gubernatorial Debate, Terrorism in Nice, The Notorious RBG, Trump’s choice of VP (and reaction to it), the failed coup in Turkey, the Ray Buckley School of Driving, Estevez for the Resetevus, ObamaCare implosion and expansion, and other local and national news from […]

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2016 NH Governor Primary – am I the only one thinking Ted Gatsas is highly misleading on this?

by Skip July 15, 2016

Where “this” would be Medicaid Expansion here in NH (or as Steve points out, a step to “a single-payer system.”).  Here’s what current Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas said at the Windham GOP Gubernatorial Debate (emphasis mine, reformatted): However, the candidates differed on a few key issues, including whether to continue Medicaid expansion and whether they support […]

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