Good point – why IS that?

by Skip February 27, 2015

Really – Jonah Goldberg comments on the fact that Judicial Watch was able to pry these email out of the State Deptment…and Congress? But I have an honest and un-sensational question to ask. Is there a good explanation for why Judicial Watch and similar groups routinely seem able to get better information and documents than […]

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Looking For ‘Justice’ (In All The Wrong Places?)

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2015
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We start with #Douchebarrels and so-called Black Justice protesters, pivot to economic freedom vs the #ObamaMoney mentality, then Max Abramson joins us for our legislative justice segment.   You can listen to the entire segment here. Follow us on YouTube, USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter …and take us with you on iTunes, iHeart Radio, Spreaker, TuneIn, […]

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Yeah, tell me how this “rioting and stealing” achieve Justice “to da hood” – a mall train?

by Skip December 2, 2014

What’s the moral of the story of Ferguson thus far? I do think that body cameras would help the police – just like I tell candidates and political activists to use. The Rule of Law is heading the way of the value of American Citizenship – the Left is succeeding in devaluing both concepts and elevating “the […]

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by Steve MacDonald July 16, 2014

What kind of people sell plunder by threat of force as a virtue, label it as an entitlement, and deify the wealthy politicians, immune to their own “justice,” who promote it as a way to create equality? Democrats.

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Guest Post by NH State Rep. Jane Cormier: “Have We Lost All Sanity?”

by Skip March 21, 2014

Have We Lost All Sanity?  I’ll bet you didn’t know NH now offers animals/pets rights to protection under domestic violence. Yes, that is right. PETS now have legislated rights under HB1410. Never mind that cruelty to animals is already a crime on the books. Animals now deserve rights analogous to human beings. Now, speed ahead […]

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ACLU In A Nutshell

by Ed Naile February 27, 2014

I have some fun with students who have had someone send them to prestigious (liberal) schools because they make such easy targets. They are predictable and very limited in their critical thinking skills, a tendency that extends into that special sort of progressive adulthood they live in after college. Then comes the really special needs […]

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by Steve MacDonald December 19, 2013
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This is a great review of Obama’s abuse of the term relentless, and how, frankly–like most else that comes from this Presidents mouth–it doesn’t mean a damn thing, and everyone on the planet except Obama, the Media, and the Obamazombies know it. The article is actually about the lack of enforcement regarding sanctions against Iran, […]

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Zimmerman – Martin: now the travesty goes to overdrive.

by Skip July 15, 2013

When I watched the verdict being declared in the OJ Simpson trial (where a black man was accused of killing a white woman and her friend, and where “if the glove don’t fit, you must acquit” entered the lexicon), I was aghast at how long the trial had gone and how quickly the jury returned […]

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Blogline of the Day – a commentary of “diversity”

by Skip July 14, 2013

From Instapundit: “So a Hispanic shoots a black and is acquitted by women, but it’s still white men’s fault.” Prediction: How much you wanna bet that Eric Holder’s (“U.S. a ‘nation of cowards’ on race discussions”) Department of Justice (who, if you remember, dismissed the New Black Panther voter intimidation that the Feds had all […]

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BREAKING: Jury is coming back to the courtroom in the Martin – Zimmerman case

by Skip July 13, 2013

Update 4: Verdict:                 Not Guilty of all charges Update 3: Verdict is in….waiting for actual reading.  will it be a “manslaughter” conviction or “not guilty” verdict? Update 2: Well, THAT didn’t work out well – Jury want MORE clarification on what “manslaughter” is, even though both Defense […]

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If Barack Obama Had a Son… (ee-eye, ee-eye, ohhh)

by Steve MacDonald July 12, 2013

If Barack Obama had a son…he’d pin a Hispanic man to the ground and punch the crap out of him.  Right?  He’d be just like Trayvon Martin. That’s got to be good for “race relations.” And the politicians wanted to hang George Zimmerman out as race-bait despite the evidence complete with Black Panther hit squads.  […]

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Judge John “Lefty” Lewis Comes Through for Democrats Again [Updated and Bumped]

by Steve MacDonald June 18, 2013

The same judge who signed off on the League of Women Voters language killing sensible domicile requirements weeks before the November election–allowing almost anyone who was in the state to vote here (and they did)–has just done it again.  He’s “decided” that the Education tax credit is unconstitutional. (At least part of it–see update below) […]

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We all know the Preamble…

by Susan Olsen January 30, 2013

…but here’s the rest of the story: ‘…whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely […]

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So, what’s the reaction been to the gun grabbers? Lots! – Part II

by Skip January 2, 2013

Rassmussen is reporting that MORE guns in schools are the right way to go: Fifty-four percent (54%) of American adults would feel safer if their child’s school had an armed security guard. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 26% would feel safer if their child attended a school where no adults […]

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Notable Quote: Harvey Mansfield – On Goodness and Justice

by Steve MacDonald December 3, 2012

“…goodness or justice in our country is not merely the transfer of resources to the poor and vulnerable. We have to take measures to teach the poor and vulnerable to become a little more independent and to prize independence, and not just live for a government check. That means self-government within each self, and where […]

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The Left: if you do not agree with us, WE WILL BEAT YOU UP!

by Skip June 5, 2012

Gee, how often has this been happening in Wisconsin lately?  I caught wind of this from The Blaze: “Man Allegedly Beaten After Removing Democrat Political Signs Placed in His Yard Without Permission”  but my Samsphere blogger friend Jim Hoft over at Gateway Pundit (who The Blaze referenced), has a MUCH better description for the malfeasance: […]

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Brendan Bisbee Begs Bail

by Rick Olson January 11, 2012

  “Some circumstantial evidence is very strong, as when you find a trout in the milk.”  —Henry David Thoreau Brendan Bisbee is a former police officer who now sits in jail, convicted of perjury after he lied to help his girlfriend Kristin Ruggiero lie in order that her ex-husband be thrown in jail, have his […]

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Justice: The obligatory stock clerk / MMA fan clocks out a would be robber – one punch

by Skip December 27, 2011

Saw this on the morning news – I smiled. Those Mixed Martial artist folks – always at the ready! “If he wants money. Get a job. Work, like everybody else in this world.”

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by Rick Olson October 20, 2011

“Liars are always ready to take oaths.” —Vittorio Alfieri Brendan Bisbee, love interest of the infamous shrew Kristin Ruggiero is presently on trial answering to seven counts of Perjury where prosecutors allege he lied for Kristin during her trial. Also under indictment are Elizabeth “Kim” McDonald, Kristin’s mother, Daniel Ruggiero, Chief Petty Officer Jeffrey Ruggiero’s estranged […]

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by Rick Olson October 5, 2011

“Liars are always ready to take oaths.” —Vittorio Alfieri On Wednesday, September 21, The New Hampshire Supreme Court heard from Kristin Ruggiero. Kristin seeks to overturn her convictions arguing that the court should have excluded a photo of her cell phone number, and an intercepted telephone conversation that served as the evidence that brought her […]

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by Rick Olson September 14, 2011

“A moment’s reflection shows that Liberalism is entirely negative. It is not a formative force, but always and only a disintegrating force.” —Francis Parker Yockey The House voted today to override the Governors’ veto of Senate Bill 88 on the heels of the Senate voting to override last week. The vote was 251 to 111. […]

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