Tag Archives: Republicans

American Civil War Part II

Kurt Schlichter has a very engaging piece up at Townhall.com in which he takes on the question of a second civil war between Democrats and normal Americans. Democrats lost the first one, and Schlichter contends that were there to be another, and he … Continue reading

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Free Market At Work: Store in Derry, NH Won’t Serve Republicans…

I love it when liberals embrace the power and risk of private business ownership. The Used Apple Store posted to its Facebook page on Monday that the company will refuse services to those affiliated with the Republican party. How can they tell … Continue reading

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These 21 New Hampshire House Republicans Don’t Just Want an Income Tax, They Saved It.

The Commerce Committee report on HB 628 was inexpedient to Legislate. Kill the bill, they said. We don’t want to add dozens of bureaucrats and a mechanism to tax income in New Hampshire. But the 21 Republicans pictured above voted against the … 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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Clemson Professor Must Apologize Or Resign After Defaming All Republicans As Racists

This past week an Assistant Professor of Human-Centered Computing at Clemson University, Bart Knijnenburg, took to social media to attack all Republicans as racists deserving of violence and scorn. Mr. Knijnenburg wrote that “All Trump supporters, nay, all Republicans, are … Continue reading

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The Identity Crisis Of The Republican Party

The past election sent a very strong, clear message regarding the direction in which the people of New Hampshire wished their elected officials to take this great state. For the first time in over a decade, the Republicans are the … Continue reading

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A survey of Dartmouth’s political landscape

Interpersonal political relations have increasingly gained attention on college campuses. One way to get a sense of this dynamic is to assess comfort levels among college students when interacting with others of opposing ideologies. When students at the College were … Continue reading

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