Tag Archives: Steve

Day 12: Blood Pressure is Getting a Bit Too Low

The first priority after surviving a cardiac event is to prevent another one. The cardiac cocktail is a manifold of meds designed to decrease stress on the heart. It’s a muscle, albeit the most important one in your body, but … Continue reading

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Why Did They Raise The Drop Out Age To 18?

As debate proceeds on the NH House bill HB 429 which returns the drop out age to sixteen (A 16 year old could leave school with a parents permission), John Lynch and the education community have come out against this change and responded with warnings of the potential consequences. They then entertain us with ‘success stories’ resulting from their raising the drop out age to 18 just a few years ago. Continue reading

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HB 146 – Should NH Have Jury Nullification?

The New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee has come out against HB 146, a bill that would give the jury in any trial the power of nullification. Continue reading

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Merrimack Starts A TEA Party

Former Merrimack Town councilor Mike Malzone has decided he has had enough.  What tipped him over the edge?  An 11 pm town meeting decision to implement pay as you throw after just about everyone had gone home. I’ve met Mike.  … Continue reading

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I Guess The NH Democrat Party Is Now The “Monkey In The Window Party”

Being a New Hampshire democrat means never having to denounce anything. This only matters because the liberal-progressive whip holders who direct traffic leftward around the democrat’s rotary-of-hypocrisy like to tap the hair trigger on their own media Weapons of Mass Outrage (WMO) whenever they can manufacture the provocation. Continue reading

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Who Voted Against HB 474? The Right to Work Bill

You can probably guess who voted against HB 474. Democrats. In fact not one single Democrat voted for it. But they are not beholden to the unions. Nah. Continue reading

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Half-Bass’d Mast [Updated]

Well the timer was short. The result? When you copy an image location and someone does not like what you do with it, they snip your little life-line and the image goes away. You are left with a broken link, some alternate text if you added any, and plenty of people asking–huh? Continue reading

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Another Wheel Off The Bus

Usually the wheels come off the bus before it goes into the ditch. But here we go. Another wheel falls off the Obama bus. (Must be one of the Dr. Seuss buses, given all the wheels this thing is losing). Obamacare, the Patient Unaffordable and Un-accessible (all we really) Care (about is government power) Act will require another 800,000 Americans to give up their jobs. Put another way, it will cost 800,000 jobs. Continue reading

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Can You Smell The Campaign Fires?

After two years of extravagance on the taxpayer dime. Week after week of high priced parties with expensive food and high priced entertainment. Date nights that shut down cities. Frivolous trips (in his and her jetliners complete with entourage) to various parts of the globe. Vacation, after vacation, after vacation. And despite the glamor of a designer wardrobe, pimped by the adoring media for the past 24 months, we are now supposed to be impressed by this? Continue reading

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