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Why I'm Not a Socialist

Why I’m Not A Socialist

Recently, Senator Jeanne Dietsch wrote an article about how she isn’t a libertarian (her voting record already let us know that). Her first thought is that libertarian is bad because it was responsible for slavery. I think we need to back up and explain to Senator Dietsch what a traditional libertarian might mean. Foremost, it …

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Amash turns Donkey

The Chinks In Justin’s Armor

Justin Amash (RINO, Michigan) was a TEA Party darling when first elected to Congress, with libertarian leanings. He had earned backing by the Koch Network for his support for free trade at any cost, which might not please all his constituents, but that’s not the worst of it…. With a strong anti-israel bias already demonstrated …

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Wayne Allyn Root

Libertarian author, speaker, and former vice presidential candidate, Wayne Allyn Root talks to us about Obama and Columbia University, Donald Trump’s disruptive effect on the election, what happened with Scott Walker, and why you always want to be on offense.  

So what did Union Leader’s Ted Seifer wish to accomplish with this line?

Filling a vacancy on any Supreme Court–be it the US Supremes or the NH Supremes–is a big deal, so it is no surprise that people are talking and reporting on it (as we have here, here, and here).  So did the Union Leader;  Ted Seifer interviewed Tim, asking him about the NHLRF‘s position on Gov. …

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Jesus and the Democrat

JESUS AND THE DEMOCRAT A Republican, in a wheelchair, entered a restaurant one afternoon and asked the waitress for a cup of coffee. The Republican looked across the restaurant and asked, “Is that Jesus sitting over there?” The waitress nodded “yes,” so the Republican requested that she give Jesus a cup of coffee, on him. …

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Honey Puterbaugh for State Rep

Honey is a solid small government candidate who will do her best to keep the state off your back and out of your face. She will support realistic revenue projections, budgets that address real world needs instead of ideological wants. And as a homeschooler, she supports real choice in education.