Daily Archives: December 15, 2017

SpaceX has credible competition rocketing its way

SpaceX is Elon Musk’s rocket firm that is now known for having the first rocket that has now landed successfully and then reused for another mission.  However, creeping up its tail is Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin.

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Women Bribed By Lawyer in Exchange for Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against Trump

I bet she owns a pussyhat “A well-known women’s rights lawyer sought to arrange compensation from donors and tabloid media outlets for women who made or considered making sexual misconduct allegations against Donald Trump …

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Blogline of the Day – Not if you have a job

“Society has decided that honest opinions should only come from retired people.” Because those that get offended, pretend they’re offended, or those that want to get you politically will otherwise try to ruin your life and if you are retired, … Continue reading

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11 Items to ask on a Conservative first date

Love Kurt Schlichter – he writes like Mark Steyn and Steve Mac Donald!  Anyways, there was this third wave “intersectional” feminist, Lara Witt, that put out a list of questions that ANY self-respecting feminist must ask of her beta male … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality Freaking Out the Dumb and Ignorant

So most of the dumb and ignorant are freaking out because Net Neutrality was demolished by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. I say these people are dumb because most of them, if not all, totally think Trump is among the worst … Continue reading

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Concord Monitor Believes Govt is Entitled To Our Money?

The Concord Fishwrap has a piece from the AP on the tax package going through Congress right now with the loaded title: “Tax Package would lower top tax rate for wealthy Americans.” As if that’s all it does.  Not that I … Continue reading

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Ed Naile: Gentri-coffee-cation

I saw this headline from a story about a coffee shop in Denver that posted “the truth that dares not be spoken” on a poster in front of their store: “Happily Gentrifying The Neighborhood Since 2014.” And on the other … Continue reading

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Chris Sununu’s March Toward the US Senate Takes Another Bite Out of New Hampshire

Governor Sununu has just happily signed “an executive order establishing the Governor’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion, and the formation of a new Civil Rights Unit at the New Hampshire Department of  Justice.” Diversity and Inclusion programs on campuses are responsible … Continue reading

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The End of Net Neutrality Means Less Than Nothing

The FCC just tossed Obama’s attempt to regulate the Internet. When my daughter asked my opinion I told her, “remember back in antiquity (circa 2015) before New Neutrality? When the internet was a thriving, growing, thing looking for every way … Continue reading

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Former Speaker Pro-Tempore Sherm Packard (R-Hudson), in his 14th term, will serve as Deputy Speaker. Rep. Barbara Griffin (R-Goffstown), in her 2nd term, will serve as Speaker Pro-Tempore, as well as continue to serve as Chair of Election Law. Rep. … Continue reading

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