Yesterday’s DC Shooter Was a Democrat (Not Unexpectedly)

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2017

A white male with a rifle took a few shots at Republicans yesterday in Virgina. ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A gunman opened fire on Republican members of Congress during a baseball practice near Washington on Wednesday, wounding several people including senior Republican leader Steve Scalise before he was taken into custody, police and witnesses said. Phil Kerpen […]

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Masks Off – Snowflakes!

by Ed Naile February 5, 2017

That’s a whole lotta college loans!! Listed below are the names of the 230 arrested rioters and such who attended the Inauguration in DC. It is entirely possible that liberal courts will make it very hard to convict them. But that is beside the point. Mom and Dad will pay the fines, hire lawyers, and […]

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Great Ideas to FIX Washington DC

by Steve MacDonald January 13, 2017

A commenter over at The Deplorable Climate Science Blog offered a well thought out list of changes for Federal agencies after January 20th. This suggested shakeup would re-focus the responsibilities of many agencies move others under different departments, and eliminate others. It’s so brilliant I’m sharing the entire comment with you. GeologyJim January 11, 2017 at 5:26 […]

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Notable Quote – Ol Remus

by Susan Olsen March 22, 2016

“As for DC, it fell into a panic when the Praetorian Guard failed to notice the barbarian hordes until they were holding tailgate parties just outside the gates.”  

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Trumpmentum Takes A Saturday Off

by Steve MacDonald March 13, 2016
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There were a handful of primaries on Saturday, including Wyoming, Washington DC, and Guam. Mr. Trump did not do well in any of them. (RedState) Wyoming: Ted Cruz won by a huge margin with 66.3% of the vote, followed by Marco Rubio in second place with 19.5%, and Donald Trump in third at 7.2%, with […]

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Yo-Yos Blamed for Drought

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2015
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In January, 1933 Syria’s ‘Moslem Chiefs’ consulted with the Prime minister regarding a sever drought. No rain and cold weather were taking a devastating effect on the cattle and the people of Syria. The solution? Ban yo-yos. Yo-Yos Blamed for Drought

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

by Steve MacDonald August 10, 2015
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This week we opened with a list of possible Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’s for the week including Palin Parts, Lois Lerner, Barack’s Diet, the EPA, Eric Holder’s “shooter,” and the rising bureaucratic tide in DC. And we introduce future recurring guest…Haggie Masson. Want the entire program? Get it here! Follow us on YouTube, USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter […]

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Planned Politicianhood

by Susan Olsen May 21, 2015

Was RNC Committeeman Steve Duprey about to accidentally “abort” GOP candidates from debates? After admitting he “accidentally” attended a Planned Parenthood fundraising event, it seems his idea of cutting things short may, in fact, be instinctive: “I think there’s consensus to cap it [the number of candidates] between nine and 12.” But is Mr. Duprey […]

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Minimum Wage “Did You Know…?” (Washington DC Edition)

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2015
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Among the fifty states and the District of Columbia Washington DC had the highest mandatory minimum wage in 2014 at $9.50 per hour.  It also had the highest percentage of people on Poverty in the US; 20.7%. Over one in five residents live at or below the poverty level in DC. Democrats need to stop […]

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First World Problem Solved: DC Gym for Dogs

by Steve MacDonald August 1, 2014
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Who says there is too much money in Washington DC? In a region filled with dog parks, doggy day care, dog walkers, dog-biscuit bakeries and rooftop dog-washing stations, the canine industrial complex has produced another indulgence: Fido fitness. Frolick bills itself as the Washington area’s first sports club for pets. For $50 a month, dogs […]

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Where I Disagree with Skip, Who Was Only Slightly Disagreeing With Me

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2014
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Skip remarked on my post about Jeanne Shaheen’s Senate vote to keep the gas tax money the feds scoop out of all 50 states in DC, instead of returning it back to the states where it belongs.  In those remarks he says he slightly disagrees over who is pulling whose strings…. Where I slightly disagree […]

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GrokTALK! Januray 25th, 2014 with Senator Bob Smith

by Steve MacDonald January 27, 2014
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New Hampshire Senator Bob Smith has entered the Republican Primary to challenge Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.  See what Bob has to say about the race, the party, DC,  Senator Shaheen, term limits and the problem with DC staffers, why he’s the guy for NH in 2014, and what he thinks is important for New Hampshire. Segment […]

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Registration Absurdity – Democrat Operative Caitlin Legacki Registered In Three State’s At One Time

by Steve MacDonald January 27, 2014
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Our vote-fraud Rosetta Stone, sorry Caitlin I know you said you didn’t vote in New Hampshire, but I’m also sorry to say that you did because… …you are registered to vote in at least three states now for certain and someone knew you were not here in NH and stole someone’s vote using your name…. […]

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Here’s Income Inequality for You!

by Steve MacDonald December 16, 2013
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Show me the Money!?  Here it is.  DC to real world “Income inequality” since Democrats took control of Congress in 2006; and then add Obama and Boom!  (and all during the worst recession in US history?  Isn’t that what the Democrats called it?)  No recession in DC.  It’s good times! At least now you know…they […]

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Don’t all those 23,000 workers-to-be know they are wrong? And Walmart is EVIL?

by Skip December 4, 2013

At every turn, I keep hearing from the community organizer and unionista types that working at Wally World – how can those folks let Walmart DO those evil things like pay them poorly and unable to support themselves without Government assistance?  Never knowing their hours, moved around like cattle, no room for advancement (scratching head […]

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And who did you think said them?

by Skip November 16, 2013

“Sometimes people look at what’s taking place in Washington and they say, not enough is getting done that helps me with my life.” “My goal is to make Washington as inconsequential to your daily life as possible”

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What the DC Establishment Republicans Will Probably Do Next…

by Steve MacDonald October 10, 2013
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Obama’s numbers are tumbling, Democrat strategy is failing, the shutdown optics are horrible for Democrats, and in a matter of days the Republicans could salvage some of your children’s future by stopping the unsustainable debt train that has steamrolled over us since 2009.  They might not get all that they want but they might get […]

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Remove Just 4 Democrat Cities And The US Global Ranking for Murder Drops to 4th lowest on the Planet?

by Steve MacDonald September 25, 2013
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Interesting… The United States is currently 3rd in murders throughout the world. But if you take out Chicago, Detroit, (cont) http://t.co/JEMjSK8Fqy — IrritatedWoman™ (@irritatedwoman) September 25, 2013 Here’s the entire thing. The United States is currently 3rd in murders throughout the world. But if you take out Chicago, Detroit, Washington DC and New Orleans, the […]

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Speaking of ‘Presence’

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013
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If a campaign worker can come to New Hampshire, live in a Senior Assistant Attorney General’s home, (Martha Fuller Clark’s Motel, Cindy Rosenwald’s vote-fraud flop-house), vote and then leave–because they’ve “established a presence,” even though they were only here for a few weeks or months, why don’t Carol Shea Porter and Ann Kuster vote in […]

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An excellent example of “rent-seeking” and “Crony Unionism”

by Skip September 12, 2013

Rent-Seeking: The expenditure of resources in order to bring about an uncompensated transfer of goods or services from another person or persons to one’s self as the result of a “favorable” decision on some public policy….Examples of rent-seeking behavior would include all of the various ways by which individuals or groups lobby government for taxing, […]

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I dream of Jeannie Shaheen too – and Carol Shea-Porter, Annie Kuster, and Kelly Ayotte and it’s still a nightmare.

by Skip August 11, 2013

Ladies (you who now belong to the DC Ruling Political Class), I bet you all are so relieved – that you and your staffers have all been relieved of the burden of sharing in the “shared sacrifice / responsibility” (as a President of oft to say) of Obamacare and joining with the rest of us […]

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Tales From Martha’s Motel – The Mysteries of ‘Intent’ and Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark still claims she had no idea what the intent was of those whom she allowed to “live’ in her home for voting purposes.  You know kids these days… So how does that work?  Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn, for example, just shows up at her door in September  2012 and just […]

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Facebook Needs to Add Another Detail to Their ‘About’ Feature

by Steve MacDonald July 27, 2013

This is from the Facebook page of one of the “young people” (she’s 26) that was staying at Martha’s Motel in Portsmouth; the congressional staffer who was paid by her Congressman while she voted in New Hampshire and claimed to live in Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s home, but whose commitment to New Hampshire […]

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Can’t Keep Up…

by Steve MacDonald May 14, 2013

IRS Intimidation forced at least One TEA Party group to shut down EPA grants waivers to left wing groups that it denies to right leaning ones. HHS’ Sibelius to be investigated for trying to shakedown insurers. Obama Administration gives Wind farms a pass on deaths of Eagles, prosecutes oil companies. The IRS scandal now leads to Washington […]

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This is the first time I’ve heard this….

by Tim Condon January 23, 2013

…and in contradistinction to most times in our lives, this is a chance to commemorate it: The “DC” in Washington, DC stands for “District of Corruption.” Is it not apt? Is it not true? You tell me.

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