GrokPoll Results – Will You Vote for Gov. Sununu…?

by Steve MacDonald June 11, 2018

On June 8th we asked, “Will You Vote for Gov. Sununu After He Advanced The Radical Democrat Agenda?” Sixty-Nine percent of respondents said no, they wouldn’t. You can view the original post and the results at the link. Check out our next poll question here: Grok Poll – Would You Vote Republican In Nov. to […]

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Michelle Obama is having a sad because we decided her school lunch program were bad

by Skip May 14, 2017

Compare this: @MichelleObama my school lunch while eating with my daughter. Only other choice was a scoop of salad. This is sad! — Megan Howell (@Howelady) March 14, 2014 with this as the Trump Administration is relaxing the overbearing rules set by Michelle’s “you will eat what I tell you to eat” school lunch […]

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Blogline of the Day – foregone opportunity ahead for the GOP?

by Skip May 10, 2017

Remorse after The Day of Reckoning (Nov 8, 2018)? Unless things change, the GOP is going to look back on 2017-2019 as a wasted opportunity, which is exactly opposite of how Democrats remember 2009-2011. Sure, there have been a bunch of GOP sponsored bills passed on eliminating

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We should just send all our students to private schools for this price!

by Skip January 15, 2017

‘CADILLAC PRICES FOR YUGO RESULTS’ The more things don’t change…I said similar things during my time on my hamlet’s Budget Committee while evaluating our School District’s budget – it was always a case of that old joke “Go ahead, find the boots”*.  I’ve been off the BudComm for a few years now but nothing has […]

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Precient, she was (just had it backwards)

by Skip November 20, 2016

Yeah, projection much? Sad, you say?  Boy, I’d hate to see them in “all riled up” mode as we have been seeing – in all these long-term Democrat / Progressive cities.  Hey, when was the last time that the Republicans said that they were going to disrupt a Democrat inauguration?(H/T: Powerline)

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Media Bias question of the Day

by Skip August 20, 2016

THE HILL: A tale of two Louisiana disasters and media bias. “A very simple question, if George W. Bush was president right now and playing golf with celebrities in one of the richest zip codes in the country, would the headlines again be everywhere that portray him as insensitive, out-of-touch, even a racist president be […]

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Brexit Vote Results

by Steve MacDonald June 24, 2016
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Mike’s picture is certainly better (One post down if you please), but I thought I’d add the vote for those interested. Congratulations to British voters for freeing themselves from at least one oppressive unresponsive bureaucracy. Map Added:

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[Updated] Cruz 36 Delegates, Trump 6

by Steve MacDonald April 6, 2016
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Updated delegate counts with 100% of precincts reporting   Bernie ended up with 47 Delegates to Hillary’s 41

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2016 NH FITN: Fox News

by Skip February 10, 2016

  Updated at 95% reported.  

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Speaking of the national debt, how about Kelly Ayotte and that End Government Shutdowns Act?

by Skip October 21, 2015

Yep, National Debt Ceiling time again and we’ve seen this movie already.  Kelly Ayotte has a new bill (2/15) and Kim had a post on it here; US Senate sponsors are: “Mr. Portman (for himself, Ms. Ayotte, Mr. Barrasso, Mr. Enzi, Mr. Grassley, Mr. Isakson, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Lee, Mr. Rubio, and Mr. Toomey)”.  By setting […]

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The $15 min wage spawns automated restaurant

by Skip September 13, 2015

We’ve written a lot about raising the minimum wage by Government fiat is unwise, silly, and an appropriation of private citizens’ private property.  By arbitrarily demanding that shopkeepers and small biz owners give low skilled workers something close to a “living wage” is nothing more than: Ignoring  basic economic law (like the Law of Gravity) […]

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Another Republican willing to walk away – if the Republicans show, AGAIN, they won’t honor their words

by Skip July 29, 2015

More and more I am hearing things like the following.  And yes, I am getting to that point as well – I no longer will listen to Republicans yammer their pie holes and expect me to believe in that yellow rain.  Trust – built over time, gone in an instant.  A lot of the base […]

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Milton Friedman on politicians

by Skip February 5, 2015

We all here at the ‘Grok wish we had more time and more resources to watch all of our elected Representatives and see what they DO after all that they have TALKED about.  Further, I really wish that what they INTENDED to happen would then be the cause of their next action when the RESULT […]

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Early Results on NH Primary Night 2014

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2014
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From WMUR Governor    249 of 301 Precincts Reporting    WMUR just called the race for Havenstein Havenstein   56% Hemingway     37% US Senate Race   249 of 301 Precincts Reporting   WMUR has just called the race for Brown Brown      50% Rubens       23% Smith         22% NH CD-1   91 of 113 Precincts Reporting UR has just called the race for Guinta Guinta    49% Innis         41% Kelly           8% […]

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