Demagogues

The Shrill Kathy On Fame And Infamy

by Rick Olson March 19, 2013

“Let your family, staff, and friends know that you’re still the same person, despite all the publicity and notoriety that accompanies your position.” —Donald Rumsfeld  Kathy Sullivan, in an opposite editorial yesterday asked in the Union Leader, “Is Bill O’Brien really better known than Franklin Pierce? Naturally, this was yet another hit piece on Bill […]

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CT State Officials: Only Handguns Were Used in Newtown

by Rick Olson January 24, 2013

“History is a set of lies agreed upon.” —Napoleon Bonaparte NO AR-15, WAS USED IN THE NEWTOWN MASSACRE,  CT Officials are now reporting. Adam Lanza weeks earlier attempted to purchase a rifle but was turned away, however in the background check.  Fact is, Lanza  did kill his Mother to steal her rifle. There were initial reports, […]

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HB 135: Legal Eagles Will Second Guess

by Rick Olson January 22, 2013

“It’s hard to know exactly how people develop the characters they do. There could be people from humble beginnings that turn into jerks. Some characteristics are just part of that special soul of that human being.”   —David Maraniss  House Bill 135 today in Concord. Ann M. Rice is the Deputy Attorney General for the State of […]

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Shrill

by Rick Olson December 23, 2012

   ”While Obama, the olive-branch poseur, has called for a restoration of ‘civility’ in Washington and liberal elites whine and whinny about the need for ‘no labels,’ class-warfare demagoguery has metastasized unchecked…”    —Michelle Malkin  Shrill. The word of this week. Instead of a movie theater or university campus, the Massacre was visited upon a […]

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The Class Warfare Of Blue Hampshire

by Rick Olson July 4, 2011

Caitlin fails to do an effective case study on wealth and liberalism while she waves a finger at Bill O’Brien because if she looked hard enough around the Granite State she would see the utter rank hypocrisy of leftists and their verbal articulation of progressive policies, while pursuing within their own personal lives a hard-core capitalist modus operandi that would make even Milton Friedman blush.

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THE VETO OF HB 474: “RIGHT TO WORK? NOT SO MUCH…

by Rick Olson May 11, 2011

CONTINUE READING, THE VETO OF HB 474: “RIGHT TO WORK? NOT SO MUCH…

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