Quick Thought: A little slow on the uptake there, Redstate

by Skip February 20, 2017

Susan Wright has a piece “REPORT: Russia Setting Up A Psychological Dossier On Trump” that kinda breathlessly let’s us know that Russia is compiling info on Trump. Not so (the “starting to” part).  It’s already there and probably has been for years.  Every country large enough to have the resources does it not only for […]

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Palate Cleanser – I think this is called “Comeuppance”

by Skip February 20, 2017

After years of studying and practicing Tae Kwon Do, I do like the mashup of styles known as MMA (Mixes Martial Arts – boxing, wrestling, karate, ju-jitsue, judo, and pretty much anything else thrown it  It’s the “what works for you”). That said, no matter what style you like, we call all agree: this ain’t […]

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It’s the “Moms Demand Action Reality Distortion Field”

by Skip February 20, 2017

A bubble that is BEGGING for a pin (any pin, any size, from anywhere, to pop these windbag harpies). SHOT (heh!): “When somebody says a (good) guy with a gun can stop a (bad) guy with a gun, we remind them that’s there’s absolutely no evidence that supports that theory and that all of the […]

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Iwo Jima – how would our Precious Snowflakes endure this “safe space”?

by Skip February 20, 2017

The battle of Iwo Jima started 72 years ago today. Remember Iwo Jima with this rare footage. pic.twitter.com/uesvj6hExB — U.S. Marines (@USMC) February 19, 2017 No, there WAS no “safe space” or in those other landings as the US Military commenced its island hopping campaign. Remember, most of those Marines were 18-21 years old – […]

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Did Binnie Jump, Or Was He Pushed?

by Mike February 20, 2017

FCC Runs Reverse ‘Incentive’ Auction, AKA “We’ll Make You An Offer You Can’t Refuse!” Much ink has been spilled this week over big profits and job losses as WBIN-TV sold its UHF channel 35 TV broadcast spectrum to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for almost 8 times what Bill Binnie paid to acquire the rights […]

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NH House Considers Discriminatory Legislation That Could Also Silence Free Speech

by Steve MacDonald February 20, 2017

Last year, HB1661 attempted to make this a punishable offense. If your child (anyone under the age of 18) has wondered whether or not they are, in fact, heterosexual it could be illegal under HB 1661 for any “professional” to counsel them in any way that would encourage that–for lack of a better word–journey to their […]

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NH Civil Liberties Union – No Voter Fraud in NH in 15 Years

by Ed Naile February 19, 2017

Let’s put the NH Attorney General’s Office on trial for voter fraud – denial. In 2015 the NH Civil Liberties Union sent a legal RSA 91-A Right to Know request to the NH AG asking for all documents regarding vote fraud investigations conducted by the office from 2000 – 2015. That would be my area […]

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50 Million Climate Refugees by 2010

by Steve MacDonald February 19, 2017

  Fifty million climate refugees by 2010. Today we find a world of asymmetric development, unsustainable natural resource use, and continued rural and urban poverty. There is general agreement about the current global environmental and development crisis. It is also known that the consequences of these global changes have the most devastating impacts on the […]

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Voter Fraud, Texas style

by Skip February 19, 2017

It just seems that for this issue, if you aren’t willing to look for it, you’re not going to find it.  Methinks that this story out of Texas mirrors that what we’ve seen here in NH (re: how many affidavits are piled up in boxes in the NH AG’s office, just sitting there?).  As a […]

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A Tale Of Two Young Republicans (on RTW)

by Mike February 19, 2017

A Feisty Conservative Activist vs A Nice Guy Who Wants To ‘Help People’ Your Grok has interwiewed and promoted Yvonne Dean-Bailey on several occasions – she holds down a full time job, has a seat in the State Legislature, and has been involved in national campaigns, IE for Carly Fiorina. It won’t surprise you to […]

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Desperate Democrats Tap Sally Yates to be the Next Wendy Davis

by Steve MacDonald February 19, 2017

Have you heard of Sally Yates? If you are a devout Democrat or read one of those creepy political bloggers, you probably know the name. If you are the rest of America, she’s on the familiarity spectrum between Pepsi AM and the Facts of Life ‘Lost Episodes.’ If George Soros were re-re-re-making the Progressive version […]

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NYC Continues War on Small Business Owners

by Steve MacDonald February 18, 2017

From City Journal “…imagine how galling it must be to hear elected officials take credit for something that, after all, they are strong-arming other people to do. When progressives expand the regulatory framework in which businesses operate, they claim credit for taking bold steps to fix social ills—but they also create consequences that they will […]

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Bill Gates Has a Tax Vision But Leaves Himself Out of It.

by Steve MacDonald February 18, 2017

Here’s an interesting idea. First, you use government to drive up the cost of labor. Then, when a business decides to automate in response to that force, tax the automation to fund government programs for workers displaced by its meddling. Who had this great idea? The richest human on the planet. Bill Gates. “Right now, […]

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What Senate Bill 12 REALLY does, despite the lies of a NH Police Chief

by Kimberly Morin February 18, 2017

Mitch Kopacz, President of Gun Owners of New Hampshire, wrote such a brilliant response to the incompetent Tuftonburo Chief of Police Andrew Shagoury that it bears repeating here.

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GT Flashback – February 22, 2014 (Judicial Hell holes)

by Steve MacDonald February 18, 2017

Listen to “GT Flashback – February 22, 2014 (Judicial Hellholes)” on Spreaker. We welcome Darren McKinney from Americans for Tort Reform to discuss States that are Judicial Hellholes. We’ve also got voter fraud revelations tied to Joe Biden’s niece Alana and author Warren Ray joins us to discuss his book, ‘Shadow Patriots.’ original broadcast page

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Temperature Tampering 1999 vs 2011

by Steve MacDonald February 18, 2017

It’s not how it looks. The climate folks who are trying to get more money to encourage more tampering “research” promise us they didn’t fudge the numbers. They are “adjusted.” That’s the scientific term, you knuckle-dragging commoner. The fact that the ‘adjustment’ was necessary to justify continued alarmism, and that it also excuses bigger budgets, more spending, and […]

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Fake News? Just making sport of the MSM? Or a

by Skip February 17, 2017

disinformation plot to find leakers? BREAKING: Trump administration considers mobilizing as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants. — The Associated Press (@AP) February 17, 2017 Who the heck knows but certainly the Associated Press looks like a fool: AP Exclusive: DHS weighed Nat Guard for immigration roundups Sidenote: it is obvious […]

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Canadian Healthcare being super-duper? Realistically, more of a pooper

by Skip February 17, 2017

That’s all we’ve heard since Obamacare started the wind up to become legislation: “look at Canada’s medical system – it’s socialized!”.  Nitwits all – they kept on ignoring the more than anecdotal evidence that many Canadians came here for care (including a government Minister who took advantage of our cardiac expertise).  Thus, I’m not surprised […]

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Decisions have consequences – especially $15/hour Minimum Wage ones

by Skip February 17, 2017

As Governments continue the socialist redistributionist policies that the SEIU and its mob-advocates have been screaming over, that $15/hr minimum wage is going to have consequences: After looking at those prices it is clear that I’m not going to frequent the fast food places (and those with families, much less).  Why bother – some of […]

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Heh! On #DayWithoutImmigrants, look who decide to put out a Want ad?

by Skip February 17, 2017

Chuckle worthy! “Unsurprisingly, the world kept turning, and the American economy was unaffected by the meaningless boycott. Although boycott organizers somehow still thought that a boycott that ended in just one day would have some kind of effect. “The goal for today is for the president to notice how important immigrants are for the country […]

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Hey N.O.W.? Did you just have an Oopsies boycott moment?

by Skip February 17, 2017

This is just great!  I saw this earlier that the National Organization for Nags Women decided that Wegmans (a grocery store chain) had to be taught a lesson because (horrors!) they gave consumers choices when it came to wines – including Trump Wine (reformatted emphasis mine): Wegmans grocery stores in Virginia selling Trump Winery products became […]

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Cleaner America (not that Obama’s regulations had much to do with it)

by Skip February 17, 2017

The Environmental Protection Agency still exists—though House Republicans have introduced a bill that would seek to change that, and President Trump is reportedly ready to sign executive orders to hamstring the agency’s climate change-related efforts—and it just released its annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions report. The published information only runs through 2015, owing to the […]

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Data Point – Total debt by type by Americans

by Skip February 17, 2017

(H/T: Business Insider)

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Cleaning House at the US State Department

by Steve MacDonald February 17, 2017

This should serve as a warning to every bureaucrat and political class flunky. Mr. Trump’s Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, is cleaning house. (CBS) Much of seventh-floor staff, who work for the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources and the Counselor offices, were told today that their services were no longer needed.  This […]

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She’s very confused, this one.

by Skip February 16, 2017

And I have a question for Anonymous (just the fact this person can’t leave their real name says something) that just left this comment at Kimberly’s post: Women’s March: I’m EMBARRASSED for my Gender Anonymous It’s just too bad that you don’t have respectable women reading your blog, because they would have already called you out […]

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“Day of No Immigrants” – did anyone really notice much?

by Skip February 16, 2017

Frankly, it didn’t affect me at all.  In fact, if I hadn’t read about it, I wouldn’t have known about it. Today was supposed to be the “Day of No Immigrants” – the usual assortment of illegal immigrant marches and rallies, businesses closing in “solidarity”.  Yep, once again, Progressives and the Left just snotting all […]

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Honorable? She isn’t – nor is the priest

by Skip February 16, 2017

“One of them showed him a Roman coin, and he asked them whose head and inscription were on it. They answered, “Caesar’s,” and he responded: “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s”.  Matt 22:20 [Jeanette] Vizguerra pleaded guilty to using a fake ID in order […]

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US House H.R. 861 – I like bills this short

by Skip February 16, 2017

In my mind, bills that run more than 10 pages (max) are just the Devil’s Workshop.  Too much can be “hidden” in too much verbiage or cross-links to other legislature.  This is clear, concise, and pretty much plain-speaking: H. R. 861 To terminate the Environmental Protection Agency. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES February 3, 2017 […]

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Another Stupid Bloomberg Anti-Gun Bill Dies in the NH House – See How Your Rep. Voted

by Steve MacDonald February 16, 2017

Yesterday it was HB350. Today HB 201, AN ACT requiring background checks for commercial firearms sales. To quote Representative John Burt, Through this conflated language, this bill would shut down firearm sales and training in New Hampshire by making the process so complicated and expensive that none could comply.  That was the point of the legislation!

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The Press Dogs Trump – Trump Dogs Them Back

by Ed Naile February 16, 2017

Now the mainstream opposition media is whining about the way President Trump chooses who he will call on at press conferences. Maybe there should be a Congressional investigation and a re-write of the rules for choosing you own destruction-by-fake-story. I am sure Lindsey Graham and that McCain guy will be glad to add another plank […]

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