So which is it, Jeb? And yes, it IS a BFD!

by Skip March 17, 2015

When Jeb Bush was just leaving the Governorship of Florida as we were just getting the ‘Grok off the ground.  What we learned, in that still early stage of the blogosphere, was that many older pols just didn’t get the Internet – and that what they said was never, EVAH going to be forgotten.  Not […]

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Project Veritas: Alison Lundergan Grimes lies to her constituents about her support for coal

by Skip October 6, 2014

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” (John Adams, October 11, 1798.) Last time I knew, moral and religious people do not lie – and should not countenance those that do.  It is clear that we, as a people, are no longer […]

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Feminism vs. Truth

by Steve MacDonald September 22, 2014
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  Prager U  

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Finally, the truth from Hillary Clinton

by Skip June 29, 2014

(H/T: Powerline)  

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Obama’s Progressive Administration finally tells the truth – they are out to kill off fossil fuels of all types

by Skip June 17, 2014

Bill Maher: “Some people called it a war on coal. I hope it is a war on coal. Is it?” Gina McCarthy: “That’s exactly what this is.” For some perspective, a Heritage Foundation analysis of anti-coal policies found that they will destroy more than 500,000 jobs, slash the income of a typical family of four more […]

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The Democrat Party War on Truth

by Steve MacDonald April 16, 2014
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Just wanted to remind everyone that as the IRS scandal begins to unravel some more–Lerner, Cummings, OFA, etc–we need to remember the lefts admonition early on about “a few rouge IRS agents in Cincinnati.” They lied about that, just like they lied about left-wing groups being targeted. They lie a lot, those Democrats in leadership, […]

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Voting a majority of the time with Senate Democrats doesn’t make you the “Anti-Shaheen”, Scott Brown!

by Skip April 2, 2014

Funny, I don’t remember Scott Brown saying this at our meeting:  “I was the most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate.” (Scott Brown on Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 in a meeting with Republicans in Portsmouth, N.H.).  Remember these numbers: 22%, 46%, 62%. Shaheen votes 99% with the Democrats, Brown votes 62% of the time […]

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Blog Truth of the Day – It was exactly as we thought

by Skip March 13, 2014

One of the key architects of the law, Ezekiel Emanuel, has been starting to dish the inside scoop on how ObamaCare was put together, because he has a book to flog. Usually, this sort of thing is supposed to happen only years after the law takes effect, but that might be “never,” given the administration’s […]

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Notable Quote – Vaclav Havel

by Susan Olsen November 15, 2013

“Because the regime is captive to its own lies, it must falsify everything. It falsifies the past. It falsifies the present,and it falsifies the future. It falsifies statistics … It pretends to fear nothing. It pretends to pretend nothing.” – 1979 H/T Ol’ Remus via Jim Rawles  

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Jake Tapper – how many OTHER MSMers are willing to call Obama and Bloomie idiots?

by Skip April 5, 2013

Since Aurora and Sandy Hook, we who like to shoot and support the Right that the Second Amendment enshrines have just about had it in listening to all kinds of folks who believe that they know best for society with respect to “gun violence”. Sidenote: and we all know that this phrase is a made […]

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Guest Post by NH State Rep. Jane Cormier – Honor is the Only Way Out of This Mess!

by Skip February 3, 2013

Since becoming involved in Republican politics back after the 2006 elections where the Republicans first got mauled (for not understanding and standing up for what they used to say they were), I have said, over and over again, that elected Republicans needed to stay engaged with the local media outlets – write the guest columns, […]

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