reality

GrokBite: Bill Clinton demands that we all pay the cost of a higher minimum wage

by Skip June 29, 2014

Once again, I can rely on Meet The Press to throw up some blog fodder from Socialistic Communitarians that believe that there should never be Liberty in action – you WILL be made to care (as Erick Erickson from RedState puts it) and contribute.  Former President Bill Clinton on the idea of raising the minimum […]

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Just because you can model it doesn’t mean it models reality

by Skip March 19, 2014

Today we get the news that the Obama Administration is going all out (double down) on climate change (as if the globe has never seen change before – but I guess He’s teed off that “…and our planet began to heal…” is late).  Problem is, all of this is just more hoo-hah from the Watermelon […]

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GrokTV: Belknap County Republican meeting – I’m a Republican but don’t tell anyone!

by Skip January 12, 2014

So, how’s that Brand working out fer ya, eh?  Not only what appears on the recording from last Wed night, but mostly what was said after I shut it down.  And yes, you will not see the person who didn’t want to be recorded nor hear their words; you see, I keep my word: There […]

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Obama In Wonderland

by Steve MacDonald October 16, 2013
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When you can’t find time to write, you share. Ed Lasky has a piece at American Thinker that points out what should seem obvious.   Obama Inc. is either completely out of touch or being malicious in its insistence that what happens as a result of their policies never really happened. We have heard President Obama […]

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Kevin Sorbo again! Smart actors vs. low-information statists…

by Tim Condon March 6, 2013

Well, well! There’s a hostile remark to my blog post the other day about Kevin “Hercules” Sorbo (a rare movie star who isn’t an economic and political ignoramus). See, I said Sorbo was spot-on when he observed that “everything government touches they destroy” (you can see that blog post HERE; his observation about harmful and pernicious […]

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Response to Nancy Parsons Questions about Objections to Obama’s Gun Control Policies

by Don January 23, 2013

Perhaps other people wonder about the questions in Nancy Parson’s letter of January 18, 2013 in the Laconia Daily Sun.  (See:  http://issuu.com/dailysun/docs/lds1-18-13 ) My beliefs are based on the following: True safety requires consideration of reality not wishes. If anyone is hurt during a crime, it should be the criminal not the intended victim.  Criminals will ignore […]

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Ignoring Threats Invites Aggression and Raises the Death Toll

by Don December 12, 2012

Without warning, Japan attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor seventy-one years ago.  Because of this sneak attack, President Roosevelt said that December 7, 1941 would be remembered as a “day of infamy”.      December 7th revealed our naivety and our lack of preparedness that unnecessarily caused many tens of thousands of American war […]

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As the culture turns: What is cool? (Hint: It ain’t liberals and modern liberalism….)

by Tim Condon June 21, 2012

This from Roger Simon at PJ Media, who collars those who still think modern liberalism (aka statism) is cool. It’s not, and hasn’t been for some time. Everyone with the proverbial IQ above room temperature has come to the same conclusion. While that’s interesting, what is far more interesting is the political cohort that Simon fingers as […]

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Has Obama lost touch with reality?

by Don April 5, 2012

Has President Obama lost touch with reality? Even for a consummate liar, President Obama’s statement that Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) was “passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress” is stunning. Obamacare was so unpopular that deals (the Louisiana Purchase, the Cornhusker Kickback, etc) were required to get enough Democrat senator support for […]

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