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Christopher Maidment

Conservatarian political activist, board member Hillsborough County Republicans and Get Involved PAC. Amateur Chicken Rancher. Not a free stater, but wish I was (if only I knew about it sooner!)

$50 Billion in Waste: Tunisian Democracy, Abandoned Mental Hospitals, and the Pakistani Film Industry

Dr. Rand Paul, Senator from Kentucky, is slightly famous for his routine “Waste Reports” he publishes.  The reports highlight gross misuse of federal tax dollars.  Generally, Senator Paul highlights the most absurd, random, and wasteful uses of your tax money.  His 2019 Summer Edition of The Waste Report just came out! Panamanian Frog Mating Calls …

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NH Recalls 15 Year Old ‘PB4WEGO’ License Plate

UPDATE: Sununu Steps In, ‘PB4WEGO’ Can Stay! Wendy Auger has had her vanity license plate for 15 years, according to Fosters. But, she just received a letter from the State telling her to turn it in.  Excretory acts aren’t permitted on license plates, the letter says. Her license plate reads “PB4WEGO.”  Something every parent has …

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End Citizens United PAC Spends BIG to get ‘Big Money’ Out of Politics

A political action committee known as End Citizens United has spent a lot of big money in order to get big money out of our elections.  Typical hypocrisy from first-amendment hating democrats. In 2016 they reportedly spent $2.1 million to defeat Sen. Ayotte, and spent $32 million in the total 2018 election cycle.   Citizens United …

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San Fran: Don’t Call them Felons!

San Francisco is at it again, this time issuing new guidelines on what to call felons, parolees, addicts, and juvenile delinquents.  The property crime capital of the US is again more interested in protecting feelings than solving problems.

You Don’t Vote for the President – And Probably Never Will

Yesterday, the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a suit over whether states have the authority to force their electors to vote for the winner of the popular vote.  It turns out, according to the opinion, the states do not have that authority under the Constitution.  At least in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Kansas, …

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