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Unearthing a Culture of Death

Imagine some future archaeologist finding in the remains of a lost civilization the following remnants of an email from a remarkably well-preserved hard drive: What: 36th Roe v. Wade Anniversary GalaWhen: January 27, 2009, 5:30 – 8:00 pmWhere: Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord, New Hampshire Come join us in celebrating the ground-breaking Supreme Court decision …

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Follow the law, or avoid a real mess? Left and Right Bloggers weigh in on seating Burris

Regarding the ongoing controversy surrounding Harry Reid’s refusal to seat Illinois Gov. Blago’s Senate pick, check out the latest  National Journal poll of left and right bloggers. It’s rather interesting that a larger percentage of those identified as "right-leaning" answered "yes" to the question Should the Senate seat Roland Burris? One particpating "right-leaner" you might recognize …

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Not everyone is happy with this week’s death penalty verdict here in the Granite State. Are you?

NowHampshire.com is reporting that not everybody is happy about this week’s death penalty verdict for cop-killer Michael "Stix" Addison. Briggs family members and law enforcement officials cheered when Michael Addison was sentenced to death on Thursday. But many in New Hampshire’s Roman Catholic community see things differently. Catholics at all levels are chiming in on the …

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Who killed the electric car?

GM EV-1 So our friend Jorge sent us an email: Guys, I’ve just seen this movie “Who Killed the electric Car?”   I was familiar with part of the story but did not have all the information presented here.  It covers the period 1970 to 2005 and surveys the status of batteries, hydrogen, fuel cells, solar …

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Clueless in America– Obama Voters Regurgitate What They Have Been Fed by our Vaunted Media “Watchdogs”

Just as I was about to set up a post built around the Obama-voter "man on the street" interview video going viral on the ‘Net, our friend Jane Aitken sent this note saving me the trouble of writing my thoughts, as hers mirrored mine: How many of you think Obama was elected because of knowledge …

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The Constitution is not just “a body of suggestions that can be disregarded when expedient.”

  “If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” George Washington I am not going to talk about how Mr. Obama stole the nomination from Hillary Clinton. I am not going to talk about widespread voter fraud involving Acorn in the Obama …

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Gay Bishop claims to have hosted secret “gay retreat” for Catholic priests.

I guess there are times when doing the Lord’s work must be done behind closed doors. There was a time when they used to call it confession. I don’t know what you call this, or how the Bible says they can do what they are doing, which is destroying their church. Today’s Laconia Daily Sun …

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More proof the libs can’t take the heat… and have a REAL discussion about the issues they so greatly care about.

Bishop & Nate… Afraid to debate? As noted in this previous post, I linked to Dartmouth senior Nathan’s piece at the Wayward Episcopalian blog where he’s put forth the call for suggestions of what he should ask NH’s openly gay Episcopal bishop Eugene Robinson in an interview he’s conducting with him later this week. Earlier this morning, I …

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“Little Murders”

This speech given by Archbishop Charles Chaput Friday evening at a dinner sponsored by ENDOW (Educating on the Nature and Dignity of Women) contains some of the best words I’ve heard uttered by an American Catholic leader in a long time. It’s fitting it makes the news cycle rounds today, as I walked out of my …

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