Homeschooling German Family Can Stay In US

by Steve MacDonald March 5, 2014
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The Federal government has granted Uwe and Hannelore Romeike indefinite deferred status, allowing them and their children to stay in the US.  We reported on the Romeike’s a year ago, and their pursuit of asylum.  The family fled Germany because they chose to homeschool their children, which is prohibited in Germany by law. (I covered […]

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Lesbian Boss Accused of Firing Subordinate Because of His Traditional Values

by Steve MacDonald December 19, 2013
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White male, married with three kids.  Long time employee at the Trinity School, a very expensive private K-12 in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.  Fired by his lesbian boss and replaced with… another lesbian. DC A gym teacher in New York City has filed a lawsuit claiming that his lesbian boss at a posh private school […]

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I am a Gun Owner – Skip

by Skip October 31, 2013

I am the son of immigrants who valued the risk of America’s Freedom above the safety and security of their homelands – they answered Freedom’s beckon.

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Progressivism: a perfect example of its Selfishness

by Skip October 30, 2013

Progressives are nothing but Socialists, and Socialism is nothing more than an exercise in greedy enviousness: what can I get for nothing?  And how can I get more from Government – after all, in a Socialist State, that’s “from whom all blessings flow”.   And since Government is responsible for handing out “the spoils”, it […]

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GrokTALK! Guest Segment – SNHU Sociology Professor Kevin Kervick

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2013
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Author and SNHU Professor Kevin Kervick joins us in segment three to talk about problems with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and why he is leaving that group after decades, being called a Free Stater, the culture within the professional Therapy and social worker community, how that community and the culture […]

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GrokTALK! September 14th 2013

by Steve MacDonald September 14, 2013
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This week on GrokTALK! our guests are Ashley Pratte, Executive Director of Cornerstone Policy Research, author and SNHU Professor Kevin Kervick, and New Hampshire House Rep Jane Cormier, and of course Skip and Steve co-host. The Topics, in no particular order…  Gene Simmons and Tim Tebow, NH Listens, Parental Notification, Screwing with the Delphi Technique, […]

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Drinkin’ his own booze

by Susan Olsen January 18, 2013

Back in my coal mining days in southern Appalachia, there was a saying folks had: “He’s drinkin’ his own booze” and it was not a compliment.  In those days, good stuff could generally be defined as spirits that wouldn’t make you go blind and the way to tell was by putting a dibby dab in a […]

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Thanksgiving – a re-acquainting and a reality check

by Skip November 22, 2012

Yes, as those in the mental health field say, I am still processing Mom’s passing – it may take a while and I’m sure that there will be some rough edges that will catch me when I’m least likely to think so – it will continue to hurt until it subsides into a low-level throb.  […]

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