How to End School Bullying

by Ian Underwood July 9, 2018

In Robert Heinlein’s story ‘Friday’, the California Confederacy, noting that Californians with college degrees earn more than those with high school diplomas alone, enacts a law granting all citizens a bachelor’s degree upon graduation from high school.

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Why? Because the Left has redefined the word “tolerance”

by Skip May 3, 2018

…to mean that they only tolerate those that agree with them.  Other people, certainly not so much; they’re vaunted “Anti-Bullying” program goes out the window (isn’t that right Dan Williams, when it comes to Libertarians?).  This LtE (Letter to the Editor) caught my eye this morning: To The Daily Sun, Why do Democrats attack conservative […]

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Ah yes, the bully Progressives are always trying to make themselves…

by Skip April 20, 2018

…the victims.  Race card, Gun card, Bully card, Victim card…where would they be without them? Projection. (H/T: Powerline)

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Second Amendment Foundation Sets Up Hotline for Students Bullied for Pro Gun Stances

by Steve MacDonald March 21, 2018

The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has announced a hotline, “…to help students who have been harassed, intimidated or bullied for resisting peer pressure to join the wave of protests against guns and the right to keep and bear arms.” As Bearing Arms Notes, this is (sadly) necessary,”…because of the actions of some school administrators (National […]

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So, is Zandra Rice-Hawkins of Granite State Progress AND the NH Gun Violence Coalition going to denounce a guilty self-admitted violence perp?

by Skip March 11, 2018

“We have really lax firearms regulations,” says Zandra Rice Hawkins, executive director of Granite State Progress and a coordinator at the NH Gun Violence Coalition. “ No, we have Constitutional Rights there, Zandra.  You know, that pesky thing that keeps getting in your way. Oh, but it’s for the children, it’s for safety, it’s for….oh, never […]

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Al Letizio Jr. and Dennis Senibaldi: Intimidation and Cowardice in Windham

by Kimberly Morin March 28, 2015

As you have probably seen in other posts, I have written extensively over the past few months about the Windham School Board and then added more posts regarding the school board elections. Dennis Senibaldi is a member of the Windham School Board. Al Letizio Jr is a Windham Selectman. Both men are elected officials who […]

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I’m Not Surprised – Anti Bullying Program Appeared to Create More Bullying

by Steve MacDonald October 10, 2013
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I’m not the least bit surprised to hear that a study by criminologist Seokjin Jeong at the University of Texas at Arlington demonstrated that anti-bullying programs in public schools did not reduce bullying.  They increased it. He was amazed.  I wonder if he is a Democrat? He thinks the programs, which show kids how to […]

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Long Island, NY Middle School Bans “Fun.”

by Steve MacDonald October 8, 2013
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Don’t tell the School Bord in Windham NH about this…they might try to resurrect their nanny-state proclivities. As CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Monday, officials at Weber Middle School in Port Washington are worried that students are getting hurt during recess. Thus, they have instituted a ban on footballs, baseballs, lacrosse balls, or anything that […]

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More of That Civility From the Left That We Hear So Much About

by Steve MacDonald May 3, 2013

You know you’ve arrived when people send you emails like this one. Love your posts, hope you and your family get a front row seat at the debut showing of the next Batman Movie. This is actually a pretty good idea.  If I’m in the front row I’ll probaby have a much clearer shot at […]

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Anatomy Of A Bankrupt Party

by Mike April 8, 2013

It’s not that Jennifer Horn is doing a bad job, in fact, she’s been taking the fight to the enemy quite well. It’s the thuggery and criminal behavior among the NHGOP elites who put her in there, and their willingness to throw good Republicans under the bus, which is hurting us. If Jennifer was the […]

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Minnesota Democrats Bullying a Candidate for Practicing Gay Sex?

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

Here’s a real winner from Minnesota.  State party Democrats are trying to convince Legislator Kerry Gauthier not to run for re-election in his reliably Democrat district.  Gauthier, 56, had consensual oral sex with a 17 year old boy at a rest stop in Duluth back in July.   (The age of consent for such matter appears to […]

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How Much Is Enough? (And Other Problems With Left Wing Policy)

by Tim Condon June 27, 2011

Taxation is a legalized theft with no limit; Ask Mark Fernald, the current titular class-warfare mouthpiece of the left in New Hampshire, how much property he needs the state to confiscate to end the class warfare he wages? What are the terms of peace Mark, or are they terms of surrender? Every month you go on and on with your class warfare but tell us, how long and how much? At what point is government large enough to solve all the problems you imagine it must confront?

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Terie ‘Billion Dollar Deficit’ Norelli Does Not Like The NH Budget

by Tim Condon June 21, 2011

I can’t imagine why disgraced former NH house Speaker Terie “Billion Dollar Deficit” Norelli would like the latest State Budget. It lacks all the qualities she advanced as the most math challenged speaker in State history.

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What Changed For State Workers In Wisconsin?

by Steve MacDonald March 11, 2011

If we ignore the change in national perception based on weeks of evidence that public union employees (and democrats) are selfish, angry, violent, children what actually changed when the Wisconsin legislature and Governor Walker succeeded in passing changes to collective bargaining?

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