LtE Doodlings – This stands as well today as it did back in 2006

by Skip May 16, 2018

I’m trying to find some information in the second level basement of my emails – with well over 10GB of emails, there’s a lot of sub-basements to look through.  I stumbled across this Letter to the Editor and unfortunately, it rings as true today as it did back in 2006 (reformatted): Doug Lambert’s column pointed […]

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Oh, that pacifist Religion of Peace – such a fine institution of tolerance!

by Skip July 18, 2017

That is, only tolerance for itself and not for others.  Especially, it seems, when seeking asylum in a foreign land. Dogwalker Hospitalised After Attack By Somalian Migrant Who Said ‘Dogs are Unclean’ A middle aged woman had to be hospitalised in Vienna following a brutal beating in broad daylight by a veiled Somali asylum seeker […]

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Data Point: How’s that multi-cultural assimilation going?

by Skip May 7, 2017

The UK’s most popular baby names have been revealed in a new survey, with Muhammed and Amelia topping the charts for the capital. Research carried out in every city in the country has shown how long-time favourites such as Emily, Sophie, Jack and Oliver are still going strong in 2017. At the same time, the Arabic […]

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Muslim Values and Assimilation

by Don April 29, 2017

It’s often said, “Islam is a religion of peace.”  However, the relevant question related to American, especially immigration and refugee, policies is:  Are Muslim (leaders and followers) beliefs, values, goals, and behaviors compatible with American society or do they jeopardize the peace, prosperity, freedoms, and even lives of American citizens?                Millions of Muslim refugees […]

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“I am Syrian. You have to treat me kindly. Mrs Merkel invited me.”

by Skip January 10, 2016

Steve’s post is talking about the dark underbelly of the “refugee” invasion that Germany’s Prime Minister Angela Merkel both condoned and welcomed – how else was Germany to fill those 1 million jobs for which there were no Germans to fill? It alludes to both the self-deception that the EU is experiencing as well as […]

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Observation on notion of unregulated and Illegal Immigration – “our future rulers”

by Skip July 29, 2014

I’ve been blogging about Dover, NH and the concerns and eventual outcomes that injecting (either by resettlement or the later chain migration that will happen) up to 3,000 Congolese refugees into a city with merely 30,000 residents.  An Obama “fundamental transformation” to be sure.  I caught this over at Instapundit who quoted Eugene Volokh (law […]

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Notable Quote: Theodore Roosevelt On Immigrants

by Mike July 8, 2013

“In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here does in good faith become an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with every one else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed or birthplace or […]

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Your Tax Dollars Hard At Work!

by Rick Olson July 28, 2011

“It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the public to be the most anxious for its welfare.” ~Edmund Burke And when older people are yelling, “Don’t cut my Social Security!” Do you think they know about this community in Tacoma Washington? SO here you have it….Obama pimping the old people to keep […]

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When Homeland Security Becomes Racist

by Rick Olson June 15, 2011

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NH Democrats New Talking Point: Subservience To The Crown

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2011

New Hampshire democrats are exposing their own hypocrisy again. Doesn’t take much, but this time it is over HCR 19 which reaffirms our states sovereign duty to nullify actions by the general government in defense of its residents.

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The No Labels Lie Starts Today

by Steve MacDonald December 13, 2010

The New Hampshire Sleeper Cell of No Labels woke up and puts it’s cloven hooves on the ground today, as did all the other franchises nationwide. The group, founded by a trio of democrat national political consultants, has had plenty of ink at GraniteGrok already (11/17/10 and 12/1/10) because it is imperative that we understand who they are and why they should be avoided.

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Public School Propoganda So Obvious It’s Absurd.

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2010

Have you heard of Upfront Magazine?  It’s a product of the New York Times, delivered through Scholastic, to public schools and then public school students, and it is not much different from the actual New York Times.  For example, the September 6th 2010 issue has articles that promote workers rights in China (promoting Unions), seek […]

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Two Of A Kind

by Steve MacDonald July 15, 2010

John Lynch has a lot in common with governor Chet Culver of Ohio.  Chet said he would protect marriage as between a man and a woman and then Chet got all squishy.  Then he stood by and let the courts define marriage for him. Want to know some other interesting coincidences?  Chet was receiving money from […]

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ONE! Singular Deception…

by Steve MacDonald July 7, 2010

The ONE campaign is back in New Hampshire and looking for fresh souls to trap in its twisted web of deception.  While liberals are always ripe for a sob story ONE is always looking for unsuspecting so-called conservatives and republicans to call friend.  And the GOP is easy pray.  After years of being framed by […]

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Friday Humor. Well, not really…

by Doug November 13, 2009

  You have two families: "Joe Legal" and "Jose Illegal". Both families have two parents, two children, and live in California . Joe Legal works in construction, has a Social Security Number and makes $25.00 per hour with taxes deducted. Jose Illegal also works in construction, has NO Social Security Number, and gets paid $15.00 […]

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Guest Post: “I don’t think, I have faith; therefore I am an automaton”

by Doug August 12, 2008

.. . I think about the 9/11 hijackers. Why? I ponder the Iranian revolution of 1979 and the "hostage crisis." Why? What did we do? The images of the several more famous (and videotaped) beheadings remain seared in my memory. How is this even possible? Several nights ago, I watched a Fox News report that […]

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Sorry – in America, speak English

by Skip December 3, 2007

A common language – that’s what many of us want – along with a shared history and a shared sense of belonging that aids in what helps to glue us all together.  Of course, the Multiculturalism folks are all against that – seemingly believing that all cultures are exactly equal (except for our own, at […]

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The bill has come due….the free ride is over

by Skip October 13, 2006

Perhaps the slumbering bear is starting to awaken?  We have seen the uproar of the Muslims over the Mohammed Cartoons in Europe.  We’ve see the resulting parades / riots with Muslims carrying signs threatening violence to those that "insult Islam".  We’ve see the reports of the extremists imams on their Friday sermons exhorting their members […]

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America: A Melting Pot No More

by Doug August 16, 2006

According to a USA Today news article, the foreign-born population of NH grew 45% from the years 2000- 2005- putting us in the top five states. Nationally, the average shows the growth at 16%. Taken on its face, I have no problem with newcomers to our great land. I have a great friend from Columbia who […]

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Good Question…

by Doug August 4, 2006

One of my employees posed an interesting question this morning… Living in a touristy area like we do here in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, we have lots of service jobs- restaurants, hotels, etc. Many of the local businesses need to augment their workforce during the summer season. For whatever reason, they can’t find […]

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English – Press what?

by Skip August 1, 2006

I received this from a friend of mine and while many may roll their eyes, others get mad, and others chuckle, it does raise a point.  FINALLY!! An answer to the  de-Americanizing crap that has been suffocating our  country.  A short, concise message  that makes sense. Every business should be required to install this message […]

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