A great example by which we see Socialist are wrong about human nature: Greece

by Skip July 23, 2015

We have a similar problem here in NH – I’ve had this bookmarked for a bit but just had to post it after NH Gov Maggie “The Red” Hassan was on the news with her “I demand that everyone does what I tell them to”: “None of us can do this alone,” she said. “It takes […]

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Gosh, these words could have been written by Michael Kitsch (Laconia Daily Sun reporter)

by Skip February 17, 2015

When I read this post about the Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis (a socialist, btw) in his demands that Europe send even more money to Greece (because GREECE!), all I could think of was a screaming match I had one night with Michael Kitsch over the fact that Irefused, as a Budget Committee member, to tax […]

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Quotes worthy of note….

by Tim Condon December 28, 2012

“Michael Tanner of the Cato Institute calculates that Greece owes 875 percent of GDP for unfunded liabilities; the United States owes 911 percent, or almost twice as much as France at 549 percent.”  —Mark Steyn Are we broke?

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The End of the Beginning of the End

by Scott Morales November 8, 2012

When not caused by war, nations decay slowly and gradually (e.g., modern day France, Italy, Spain, Greece etc.). Alas, now, it seems ours is no different. Its exceptionalism is dissolving into the ordinary. It’s a choice made by the people. They fore-go liberty and self subjugate themselves under ruling political and administrative classes of which […]

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Paul Krugman on Greece: It’s Europe’s Fault!

by Rick Olson June 18, 2012

“Blessed are the young for they shall inherit the national debt.”  —Herbert Hoover Paul  Krugman over at the New York Times is an unapologetic Statist, Keynesian and Progressive liberal who does well to technicratically argue for strong centralized governments in the area of economics. Krugman is an ardent advocate for income redistribution through governmental means […]

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Son of Greece?

by Skip June 16, 2012

I guess that would make Illinois a close kissing cousin? (H/T: NetRightDaily)

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Greece To Leave EuroZone June 18

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2012

That’s the headline.   And some folks sound happy to see the freeloaders gone. “The basic question is that a German has to increase working from 65 to 67 and that is to pay for Greeks retiring at 50. The 17th of June is the perfect opportunity to say either ‘we’ll behave’ or ‘we’ll carry on […]

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Maybe the House Got the Message

by Don June 3, 2011

Despite alarmist claims about not raising the debt ceiling, the Secretary of the Treasury can dispense its approximately $2 trillion revenues on a priority basis. Our country need not default on our debt or fail to pay the military, seniors, the poor, or other critical obligations UNLESS OBAMA’s administration CHOOSES NOT TO MAKE THOSE PAYMENTS.

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