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  • Minimum wages
    Politics and minimum wage
    Here is where politics become blatantly transparent and may defy better judgment: minimum wage. Who would not want a raise, an increase in hourly wages, if you are paid by the hour?If you are paid by the hour and are working at the lowest rung in...
  • HRC
    African Catholic bishop: Hillary 'thinks she is a god'
    While a number of both theologically and politically conservative-leaning American Catholics have bemoaned the hard left turn that's become commonplace in the American Church, a Nigerian bishop is raising eyebrows due to his decidedly non...
  • Bogus pistol license poll used by Democrats mocks their constituents
    Bogus pistol license poll used by Democrats mocks their constituents
    Yesterday Senate Bill 116 aka ‘Constitutional Carry’ was passed in the New Hampshire House by a vote of 212-150. Even though this bill was passed by both the Senate and house, Governor Hassan said she will vote against the will of the...
  • Trade Bill protesters
    House Republicans and Obama on same page
    There are several amusing stories today in the news, each of which carries the theme that the GOP is aligning with President Obama. Let’s start with an easy one: Mitch McConnell used the whip to get the Senate to approve Loretta Lynch&rsquo...
  • Obama losing grip in his lame duck years
    Obama losing grip in his lame duck years
    Now that the president is in his lame duck years, his candor and difficulty working with him has become quite obvious. In other words, he is taking out his aggressions on the Republicans. With his final quarter in front of him, it’s &ldquo...
  • WeedBeBetterOff
    Medical marijuana bill gets bipartisan support, Obama says ‘follow the science’
    On Sunday, April 19, President Obama spoke to CNN about marijuana. The interview, aired the night before April 20, the unofficial holiday for stoned people around the world, proved Obama to be supportive of progressive legislation. What’s...
  • Bush and Clinton
    If Republicans acted more like Democrats
    If Republicans acted more like Democrats they would certainly broaden their base. What kind of changes would have to take place to accomplish that? That question is surely weighing on the mind of someone like Jeb Bush who is likely the closest...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton has a lot of faults but is still better than any GOP candidate
    It's been less than a week since Hillary Clinton finally made the announcement the country had been waiting for. The former Secretary of State, Senator of New York and First Lady, is going to give the White House another shot. Despite...
  • Hillary Clinton faces climate change activist challenge
    Hillary Clinton faces climate change activist challenge
    For the first time ever, the Wind Storm Cloud Media debut film "(PHASE 2) Raindrops The Power Impact" screener is available for a preview to its many participants and to Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. She has been...
  • Democrats are declaring early victory
    Democrats are declaring early victory
    Is that right? An email from the Democrat Party reports several facts that point toward good news in Election 2016 if conditions stay on track. Let’s discuss.Voters don’t like the new congress. They don’t like Speaker Boehner,...
  • Why you shouldn't sleep on Marco Rubio
    Here's why you shouldn't sleep on Marco Rubio
    A day after the worse kept secret in the world was let out of the bag with the announcement that Hillary Clinton will make a second run at the White House, another worse kept secret was unveiled on April 13, that Florida Republican Senator Marco...
  • Memories Pizza
    Memories Pizza vs. the Totalitarian Left
    Something's missing from the Memories Pizza story: actual discrimination. Let's update people with some verifiable facts:The owners of Memories Pizza, the O'Connor family, did not willingly seek out controversy, deny service to a gay...
  • common core
    Democrat Rep Myler demeans his constituents who are against Common Core
    Today the New Hampshire House Education Committee executive session was held on Senate Bill 101 (SB 101). It is a bill that will prohibit the state from requiring the implementation of Common Core. The bill is sponsored by Republicans in both the...
  • More changes in the wind for the U.S. Senate
    More changes in the wind for the U.S. Senate
    Changes to the U.S. Senate started when Republicans under the leadership of Mitch McConnell gained the majority vote via the 2014 election by surpassing the number of Democrats with 54 Republican senators out of a total of 100 ( 44 Democrats and 2...
  • Harry and Chuck
    Updated: No great loss to 2A advocates as Harry hits the road…except
    This morning’s announcement by 75-year-old Nevada Sen. Harry Reid that he will not seek re-election in 2016 will be no great loss to Second Amendment advocates, except for one very ominous concern as described by Bloomberg News’...
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