Hey, JHo, stop lying – Your “we need a conversation” has been going on since the 60s

by Skip May 17, 2018

You and Eric Holder (he of the “I believe, continue to be, in too many ways, a nation of cowards” slam against the US) are of the same ilk.  Really, do you really think you own the moral high-horse to be telling the rest of us we have to have a conversation (or else!) like […]

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Gun Control, Mental Health, And …

by Op-Ed March 1, 2018

By NH House Rep. Josh Moore We all felt the pain of the families who lost their loved ones in that horrific event in Parkland, FL on Valentine’s Day. I think we can all agree that we never wanted that to happen and we want to do all we can to make sure it never […]

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The Schumer Shutdown of government is about Democrats putting illegals over American Citizens…

by Skip January 20, 2018

How times have changed, how times have changed.  Remember come November, New Hampshirites, that our entire Democrat Congressional coven voted illegal immigrants over American Citizens.  You see, they just showed us that they were willing to take away healthcare for over 9 million poor kids simply to keep illegals into the country.  They showed us that […]

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So, what will the NFL say in defense of taking a knee in “unity” with Colin

by Skip September 30, 2017

 Colin Kaepernick donated $25,000 to group named after convicted cop killer and former Black Liberation Army member Assata Shakur who broke out of jail and fled to Cuba. So Colin so hates the police that he affirms the killer of an innocent policeman?  Is this the “unity” that the NFL and its owners, coaches, and […]

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Notable Quote – Derek Hunter

by Skip September 17, 2017

On Rights and The Federal Government’s Ambassador to New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen’s belief that Government CAN and should “bestow” a new Right upon its subjects citizens: Did you realize you have a right to not be offended? That you have a right to other people’s property and their labor? Were you unaware that you, as […]

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Dad Teaches Son a Valuable Lesson About Hard Work

by Scott Morales April 21, 2017

Watch: Surprised with @Cubs tickets for working hard at school, on the farm, and on the baseball field ?? He may or may not be their biggest fan! — Hannah Himes (@HannahHimes) April 16, 2017 Man, that’s beautiful … there’s something in my eye.

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This is both good news and AWFUL news

by Skip February 11, 2017

The Good News:  A number of Sanctuary Cities are starting to see the error of their ways and have decided to return to The Rule of Law The AWFUL News:  Money is more powerful than their Principles. Heh!  This is good news in that these towns, cities and counties are no longer decide that all […]

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Kellogg’s Values Now Include Cop Killing?

by Steve MacDonald December 1, 2016

Kellogg got some more explaining to do. “The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, which maintains strong financial ties to the Kellogg Company, has provided at least $930,000 in support of the controversial work of the Black Lives Matter organization.” Kellogg Inc. is uncomfortable advertising on Conservative Websites because they don’t align with their values. Values that include […]

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“I am convinced that in the long run, giving up some freedom of action… enhances our security”

by Skip September 29, 2016

I try hard not to be a conspiracy hound (although a couple of our Progressive commenters, bless their hearts, keep rolling rocks on ‘Grok grounds so that the phrase “looking under rocks to find a conspiracy” could be used) so a lot of times I’ll pass on posting something up simply because, well, “first info” […]

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“The Flight 93 Election”

by Susan Olsen September 5, 2016

“2016 is the Flight 93 election: charge the cockpit or you die. You may die anyway. You—or the leader of your party—may make it into the cockpit and not know how to fly or land the plane. There are no guarantees. Except one: if you don’t try, death is certain. To compound the metaphor: a […]

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A story about “manning up”

by Skip June 6, 2016

This story parallels that of former Congressman and LTC Allen West (retired) after violating rules of engagement by firing a pistol next to an enemy combatant trying to get info about an impending ambush of his troops – getting the information he needed but then immediately turned himself into his superior officer and suffered the […]

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The problem is NOT with an inanimate object – it IS about what’s in the Human Heart

by Skip April 1, 2016

(H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Yes, Obama fits under the “write in” category for Gun Restrictions

by Skip December 7, 2015

If anything were to prove Obama’s deep ideological bias and hatred towards the American right to self-defense via the Second Amendment, it was last night when he tried conflating Islamic Jihad terrorist (and the risible lessening of such there of) by a citizen’s decreased right to own and bear arms by the use of a purely […]

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Welcome To Moonbat U.

by Ed Naile July 31, 2015

Welcome to the University of New Hampshire – Please do as we say or you will be set upon by the warriors of political correctness. Here is how we describe our plan for how you will behave after brain washing posing as an education: Statement of Diversity Diversity is a community value at the University […]

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2016 Presidential Primary: Carly Fiorina laying the smackdown on Hillary over baby organ harvesting

by Skip July 22, 2015

From an interview at CNN with Jake Tapper (emphasis mine, reformatted): Let’s talk about the legislation that’s sitting on the senate floor right now, which does allow for [exceptions for rape and incest]. Let’s also talk about Hillary Clinton’s position. Let’s talk about what extreme is. “It’s not a life until it leaves the hospital.” […]

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I’ve thought this all along….

by Susan Olsen July 11, 2015

“Now a major portion of the left has stopped even pretending that they value work. Hence the growing support for a guaranteed minimum income, a lifetime handout large enough to provide everyone with a comfortable existence. The goal, according to one supporter of this idea, is precisely to allow people not to work. [But] the […]

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Lesson #2 for Ed Mosca – Principles matter more than just a “win”

by Skip October 20, 2014

Changing the Paradigm: not just for a “win” but as an extremely valuable part of Speech concerning one’s values Winning is merely a precursor; it is what is done afterwards that is most important How often, as we stroll through life, are we insistent that things be “just barely good enough” or are willing to settle […]

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Being Constitutional is everybody’s business and concern – not just the Judiciary

by Skip June 27, 2014

NH State Rep. Sandra Keans (R, now D): “I don’t try to justify anything by the Constitution, it’s not my job and I don’t want to do it”. NH State Rep. Susan Almy (D): “Well, you don’t get to decide what is Constitutional and I don’t get to decide what is Constitutional, the judiciary decides […]

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Democrat values: Pets are worth more than unborn babies

by Skip March 21, 2014

First this: the Democrats in the House are all about protecting dogs (emphasis mine, reformatted): The New Hampshire House passed a bill to include household pets in orders protecting victims of domestic violence.  The bill expands the orders to include pets in cases involving stalking and domestic violence. The bill would allow judges to grant […]

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Three Questions: For Anyone who Supports Obama, Man-Made Global Warming, or Abortion.

by Steve MacDonald February 21, 2014
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1) Does President Obama represent your values? 2) Is there anything that could disprove global warming and if so what? 3) If your mother had aborted you immediately after conception (or any point thereafter), you would have been denied every day from that day to this; how is that not “a life?”

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I grow weary of this….

by Skip January 15, 2014

(H/T: Mediaite, reformatted, emphasis mine): Jimmy LaSalvia, the founder of the conservative gay advocacy group GOProud, has officially announced his departure from the Republican Party. “Today, I joined the ranks of unaffiliated voters. I am every bit as conservative as I’ve always been, but I just can’t bring myself to carry the Republican label any […]

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Or better put “I used to be your base – now I’ll be someone else’s”

by Skip September 24, 2013

This is one of those few times that I will reprint an entire post.  Yet, I am hearing similar things more and more: “why should I fight and support a Party that more and more is Democrat-like versus Freedom and Constitution loving?  Why should my time, my valuable time, be spent defending a Platform that […]

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Kinda distills it all, dontchathink?

by Susan Olsen September 13, 2013
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Re: Take it back or burn it down

by Susan Olsen April 12, 2013

“Fire upon it, my dear Marquis, and never spare a particle of my property so long as it affords a comfort or a shelter to the enemies of my country. – Virginia Governor Thomas Nelson, when asked by Marquis de Lafayette, who was commanding the artillery barrage of Yorktown in the American War of Independence, […]

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Drinkin’ his own booze

by Susan Olsen January 18, 2013

Back in my coal mining days in southern Appalachia, there was a saying folks had: “He’s drinkin’ his own booze” and it was not a compliment.  In those days, good stuff could generally be defined as spirits that wouldn’t make you go blind and the way to tell was by putting a dibby dab in a […]

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Democrat Values Vs. TEA Party Values

by Steve MacDonald September 30, 2012

The Entire New Hampshire Democrat party is running against the TEA Party.  They claim that they stand for New Hampshire values, not TEA Party values.  Well I can see why Democrats would object to TEA Party values but are they sure they can lay claim to New Hampshire Values? For the novices in the audience […]

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New Hampshire “Democrat” Values

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2012

Michelle Obama was in New Hampshire recently, talking about how Barack will win here because they have “New Hampshire Values.”  I realize that what she meant was New Hampshire Democrat party values, which are more like ‘Chicago Values,’ than actual ‘New Hampshire values.’ You know the values she means; big spending, more taxes and fees, […]

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Liberal Religion – valuing birds over babies

by Skip July 19, 2012

(H/T: Liberal Logic)

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Noteable Quote: Russell Kirk

by Steve MacDonald February 20, 2012

All Values are not the same, nor all impulses, nor all men.  A Natural gradation teaches men to hold some sentiments dear and others cheap.  Leveling radicalism endeavors to put all emotions and sensations on the same level of mediocrity, and so to erase the moral imagination which sets men apart from beasts. -Russell Kirk […]

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David Brooks – strong American values are leading to “incredibly backward-looking campaign”

by Skip January 19, 2012

David Brooks is “the conservative columnist” for the New York Time (“NYT”); the adjective “Conservative” would never be used as a modifier to his name here in NH – and am most assuredly positive that my sentiment would be replicated  with many others in other states.  But even as he opines as a New Yorker, […]

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