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Texas vs. New Hampshire (Vaccine Passports)

THIS: THIS is how a REAL Republican State deals with the issue of “vaccine passports.” An unequivocal NO. And it bears noting that the NO represents a rejection of the libertarian/Kochian pablum that free-market capitalism means that government must let private business dehumanize us and invade our privacy … don’t like showing your proof-of-vaccine at Walmart, …

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How Texas Deals With Local Mask Tyrants (and New Hampshire Could, But Won’t)

So I recently read a post about some local politburo running amok: … an elderly Sunday School teacher Kate Bossi was arrested for refusing to wear a mask when entering the Timberlane School Board meeting where Farah serves as Chairman. …  Here is how Texas is dealing with this manifestation of communism: And this is exactly …

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Texas Has Fallen.

This. Law enforcement in Texas openly supporting Black Lives Matter terrorists blocking a highway. If you don’t believe this is coming to New Hampshire … you are D E L U S I O N A L. If you believe that Sun-King Chris Sununu will support you, and not the BLM terrorists, you are D …

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Well Guess What, Capitalism Is Blameless

CHINA has taunted the United States over the Texas winter storm blackout as a “failure of capitalism” that is affecting “desperate” Americans. An opinion piece in the English-language Chinese newspaper Global Times says a large number of Americans feel that the “current capitalist system” has “serious flaws” and “cannot help them with their concerns.”

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Everything is Big in Texas, Even the Grid Failures

If you’d like a decent look at the real problems with the electric grid in Texas, this is a good investment of your time. It provides some common-sense explanation of the math problem tied to the policy failures and how a Republican Governor who is a big advocate of fossil fuels is responsible.