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“Three Graphs and Two Jokes” – Ian Underwood’s Testimony on HB356

Well, at least the Committee chuckled at Ian’s jokes – most of the audience, with sour pusses on their collective visage, was not amused. Why? Given that one was Laurie Melanson (Superintendent SAU 23/Haverhill and with whom I had a light “jousting match” before the meeting). SideNote: She made it clear that she felt that …

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Another datum supporting the idea that Climate Change is all about the $$ and not “degrees”

Who knew that there was a Bangkok climate change conference, not to talk about climate change, but to talk about our Benjamins? It seems this whole thing is about “your money becoming our money, you greedy developed nations!”. So who is really surprised at this….at all? Meet fails to agree climate change rules …Espinosa [UNFCCC …

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Corporations are ‘People’ Too!

The left works hard on their corporate speech, corporations aren’t people, campaign finance reform song and dance narratives. But here’s a quick and easy way to explain to friends and family why it’s all just a bunch of left-wing hooey. Are corporations – which are just a bunch of people working collectively toward a shared interest- subject …

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“Free” College and Health Care Starting Cost: $42 Trillion Dollars

“Nothing’s Free” is not a phrase in the budgetary lexicon of progressive liberal Democrats. We know this because they are constantly talking about Government-run programs to provide “social infrastructure” to the masses. The latest “free” goodies to hit the narrative mill are Free College and Medicare for all. Medicare for all is single-payer healthcare. College …

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One More Reason Why Ann Kuster Has To Go

Democrats squeal like greased pigs about money in politics, but this chart makes them smile. Democrat congressional incumbent Ann(ie) Kuster has nearly three million cash on hand. And she’ll have more. Her competitors have nothing by comparison. And no, this is not a new development. Democrat Incumbent Kuster has always had exponentially more cash to …

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Out-of-State Progressives Trying to Buy State Senate District 8

Democrat Jenn Alford-Teaster, a first-time candidate who is running for State Senate District 8, recently reported over $63,000.00 in campaign contributions.  The seat is currently held by Republican Ruth Ward, who raised less than $15.000.00 over the same period. Alford-Teaster’s massive haul piqued my curiosity, so I reviewed her filing.  It’s really interesting.

Add another log to the fire that is “Get Money Out of Politics” Group Silent After PAC Commits 23 Million to One Dem Senator”

Yeah, Democrats are all about getting money out of politics – until they aren’t.  From billionaire Tom Steyer in Steve’s post to this one: All In: Mike Bloomberg To Dump $80 Million To Try To Buy The House For Democrats Michael R. Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, has decided to throw …

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It’s all about the money, er, children.

If alleged gun violence is what really  makes her tick, why isn’t/hasn’t Mizz  Hawkins taken up the fight on behalf of murdered children in Chicago? Might lead a skeptic to wonder whose parents make larger contributions…