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Harry Reid’s Innocent Victims

They are making hay and BS sandwiches over at Boo-Hoo Hampshire, this time about the latest unemployment benefits stalemate.   Dean Barker–the Boo Hoo Guru–had begun by waxing on the CBS news coverage on the latest unemployment extension debate when he decided to lament (or perhaps invent) 30 years of GOP policy crushing the little guy, …

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“Social justice”: Not the moral philosophy on which the Constitution was fashioned

A response to Kip Allen’s Letter to the Editor in the Daily Sun: To the Editor, Kip Allen in his Letter to the Editor (Daily Sun, P7) wrote: "Social justice and moral obligation are not just words but ideas that a great nation was upon" Methinks you forgot about a couple of words – but …

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Data Point – Like we alREADY didn’t know this?

New Flash from Rasmussen: Politicians want MORE government power and money! When it comes to money and power, politicians want the government to have more of it, while voters want the government to have less. At least that’s what most Americans think. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 62% of Adults nationwide …

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Mr. Krugman, your Nobel is in economics, not politics…

And you are getting schooled by another professor of economics from George Mason University (emphasis mine): Open Letter to Paul Krugman Dear Prof. Krugman: In your May 14 blog-post “Why Libertarianism Doesn’t Work, Part N” you attempt to tar libertarianism as being an ideology that “requires incorruptible politicians.” You’re deeply confused.  One foundation of libertarianism …

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George Soros Loves New Hampshire

George Soros likes to move his money around like he’s playing chess, mostly by supporting organizations or foundations who then support others and at some point that money finds it’s way into issue advocacy or campaign war chests.  Direct contributions are not exactly common for George.  But for some reason he’s quite taken with New Hampshire …

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