Data Point – Marriage rate per 1K Unmarried Women

by Skip March 19, 2015

“But the problem, the 800-pound gorilla sitting calmly in the corner, eating Doritos, and throwing the bags in Putnam’s face is not named. It is the destruction of the traditional two-parent family. Instead of dozens of charts, Putnam needed only one“ And it all stems from that.  I grew up in a broken home and […]

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Obamacare – and is STILL not working

by Skip November 30, 2014

The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.” -President Barack Obama, inauguration, 1/20/09 So, not only are Obamacare high deductible costs making people […]

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The best of hands…

by Susan Olsen August 27, 2014

I found this edition of the Hooksett Banner in the Hooksett Town Clerk’s office Monday when I went to register as an observer for the September 9 primary election. The guys filming David Boutin’s rant at the Asian Breeze restaurant didn’t seem to believe he was a sitting NH State Senator; it would appear that the editors […]

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Data Point: What was promised, didn’t

by Skip March 27, 2014

The questions is: will the American Public hold him responsible for the riches promised but not delivered?  Who will be held accountable?  What was promised, enjoying a robust rip-roaring economy if we just followed Obama’s proscriptions and policies, have delivered less than half than “better future to come”. Remember, he and his accomplicies decided that […]

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This advice should ring true to ALL Republicans – not just to NH State Senator Jeanie Forrester

by Skip March 23, 2014

Permission granted to post (and follows along with the words I just wrote: Jeanie, I’ve heard that the NH Senate – and quite a few senators – are thinking of voting in favor of SB 244. I was wondering if you’ve made up your mind and if you’ve had any discussions with other senators about […]

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Why do Progressive Politicans keep yammering about “promises made”?

by Skip January 5, 2014

Once again, from Obama’s Weekly Address: We make this promise to one another because it makes a difference to in continuing his points about extending unemployment insurance benefit. Sidenote: after 5 years, we have no one to blame except for him and the Democrats from the poor results of their economic policies.  So if Obama […]

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Some observations on Obamacare from VodkaPundit

by Skip December 13, 2013

Simply, Bright and Shiny Objects become lost in the Memory Hole…and one wonders why President Obama is now the 2013 recipient of Politifact’s “Lie of the Year”? (emphasis mine): Still, what are we getting for our money? In 2008, the promise was to save each family of four an average of $2,500. In 2009, the […]

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Promises, Promises…

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2013

It’s time for another Obama Inauguration speech and if he keeps promises made in this one as well as he did the last….well, at least this time there is an actual shelf-life on the Obama Presidency as well. H/T Reason.TV, c/o Hot Air  

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