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    05-24-2017, 10:21 AM
    I was wrong, that's for sure ;) Anyone blaming the GOP though, is also wrong, since according to insider information, well, the GOP can't be blamed for any actions it did in this race. Lack of action on the other hand, might be a concern but not for me as no one I know that wasn't paid to help with the Wolfeboro race helped, while dozens of people I know helped the proven liberty Republican in Manchester for free. Anyway, the liberty Republican, a man that has 1 of the best legislative records of any previously elected Republican in the entire nation, won by a 10 point margin in Manchester so I'm extremely happy about that :) Sucks for the people of Wolfeboro, but I suspect the town will sweep for the GOP in 2018 like it always has in history (other than yesterday).
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    05-20-2017, 03:02 PM
    There is a point to be made that U.S. Monument represent the U.S. Of course, legal slavery did exist for a long time in the U.S. I can understand how some African-American lawmakers might oppose U.S. Monuments. Call me crazy. Still, I don't think we should take down the Washington Monument or Jefferson Memorial even if some people think the Monuments solidify a shameful legacy of slavery.
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    05-17-2017, 12:03 PM
    More like this and this ;)
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    05-17-2017, 11:13 AM
    It would be like going into a bar and every guy having hair on the top of the head. It is how men are supposed to be in nature :) I shave to appear less threatening or if it is a requirement for an activity or job. Otherwise, I do what God wants me to do ;)
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    05-14-2017, 01:48 PM
    They still have to pay a gas tax indirectly as gas is required several times for most goods and services :(
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    05-13-2017, 06:43 PM
    That means you missed the Watch City Steampunk Festival :( There is always next year :) Though, I'm sure freedom of speech will also be important next year.
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    05-13-2017, 06:27 PM
    Honestly, though, I'm not sure if that many people with cars are actually trapped in CA.
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    05-11-2017, 12:22 PM
    Yesterday was the hearing on a NH Democrat Rep. The NH House voted to have hearings on both Reps. on back to back days. The issue with NH is that it has by far the highest legislative turnover, by far the lowest legislative pay, and by far the least expensive legislative races to win in the nation. That means pretty much anyone can become a Rep. in NH with just a tad of luck. It creates some interesting characters ;) NH House: Sherry Frost’s dishonest and cowardly ethics hearing http://nhpoliticalbuzz.org/nh-house-sherry-frosts-dishonest-and-cowardly-ethics-hearing/ Continue with long article by clicking on the link. http://nhpoliticalbuzz.org/nh-house-sherry-frosts-dishonest-and-cowardly-ethics-hearing/
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    05-10-2017, 09:20 PM
    I don't know everything Vitamin D may or may not do. I have my story, though. Since I regularly started taking 1 to 3 Vitamin D pills a day, I have not had a cold. I've also lost 20 pounds. Before, I would be sick for months out of the year. Just saying.
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    05-10-2017, 08:05 PM
    Today the New Hampshire House Libertarian Party Minority Caucus held a press conference to announce that Representative Joseph Stallcop of Keene switched his party registration from Democratic to Libertarian. Representative Stallcop joins Representative Caleb Dyer as the second Libertarian Party legislator in the “Live Free or Die” State House. Representative Dyer switched to Libertarian earlier in the year, after the Party gained official ballot status due to the Honorable Max Abramson receiving four percent of the vote in his November bid to become the governor of New Hampshire as a Libertarian. The only other Libertarian Party legislator in the entire nation is Nebraska State Senator Laura Ebke. Like the Honorable Abramson and Representative Dyer of New Hampshire, Senator Ebke was originally elected as a Republican. On the other hand, Representative Stallcop has the honor of being the second Libertarian Party legislator in the nation to originally get elected as a Democrat. Representative Stallcop is the third Democratic legislator and forth overall to switch parties this year in New Hampshire. As was mentioned previously, Representative Dyer switched from the Republican Party to become a Libertarian. Two other New Hampshire Democrats abandoned the Democratic Party for the Republican Party. Rumors have been widely circulating for weeks that additional New Hampshire Democrats are considering abandoning the Party as Democrats are very upset with their state leadership. Representative Stallcop said “while my time in Concord reinforced the ineptitude that can exist by those in charge. I originally joined the Democratic Party in hopes of making a difference through critical thinking and my classical liberal viewpoint, yet with the lack of unbiased data in caucuses as well as backlash on votes I’ve independently made, it seems there is no longer a place for me here. With a high regard for individuals personally working in their communities to implement positive change, I hereby transfer to the Libertarian Party.” Libertarian Party New Hampshire Chairman Darryl W. Perry added “today marks only the second time in the 45 year history of the Libertarian Party that a sitting state representative has left the Democratic Party for the Libertarian Party… Today also marks the first time in nearly 2 decades that the New Hampshire General Court will have a Libertarian Caucus!”
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    05-10-2017, 06:40 PM
    Today the New Hampshire House Libertarian Party Minority Caucus held a press conference to announce that Representative Joseph Stallcop of Keene switched his party registration from Democratic to Libertarian. Representative Stallcop joins Representative Caleb Dyer as the second Libertarian Party legislator in the “Live Free or Die” State House. Representative Dyer switched to Libertarian earlier in the year, after the Party gained official ballot status due to the Honorable Max Abramson receiving four percent of the vote in his November bid to become the governor of New Hampshire as a Libertarian. The only other Libertarian Party legislator in the entire nation is Nebraska State Senator Laura Ebke. Like the Honorable Abramson and Representative Dyer of New Hampshire, Senator Ebke was originally elected as a Republican. On the other hand, Representative Stallcop has the honor of being the second Libertarian Party legislator in the nation to originally get elected as a Democrat. Representative Stallcop is the third Democratic legislator and forth overall to switch parties this year in New Hampshire. As was mentioned previously, Representative Dyer switched from the Republican Party to become a Libertarian. Two other New Hampshire Democrats abandoned the Democratic Party for the Republican Party. Rumors have been widely circulating for weeks that additional New Hampshire Democrats are considering abandoning the Party as Democrats are very upset with their state leadership. Representative Stallcop said “while my time in Concord reinforced the ineptitude that can exist by those in charge. I originally joined the Democratic Party in hopes of making a difference through critical thinking and my classical liberal viewpoint, yet with the lack of unbiased data in caucuses as well as backlash on votes I’ve independently made, it seems there is no longer a place for me here. With a high regard for individuals personally working in their communities to implement positive change, I hereby transfer to the Libertarian Party.” Libertarian Party New Hampshire Chairman Darryl W. Perry added “today marks only the second time in the 45 year history of the Libertarian Party that a sitting state representative has left the Democratic Party for the Libertarian Party… Today also marks the first time in nearly 2 decades that the New Hampshire General Court will have a Libertarian Caucus!”
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    05-10-2017, 06:38 PM
    Today the New Hampshire House Libertarian Party Minority Caucus held a press conference to announce that Representative Joseph Stallcop of Keene switched his party registration from Democratic to Libertarian. Representative Stallcop joins Representative Caleb Dyer as the second Libertarian Party legislator in the “Live Free or Die” State House. Representative Dyer switched to Libertarian earlier in the year, after the Party gained official ballot status due to the Honorable Max Abramson receiving four percent of the vote in his November bid to become the governor of New Hampshire as a Libertarian. The only other Libertarian Party legislator in the entire nation is Nebraska State Senator Laura Ebke. Like the Honorable Abramson and Representative Dyer of New Hampshire, Senator Ebke was originally elected as a Republican. On the other hand, Representative Stallcop has the honor of being the second Libertarian Party legislator in the nation to originally get elected as a Democrat. Representative Stallcop is the third Democratic legislator and forth overall to switch parties this year in New Hampshire. As was mentioned previously, Representative Dyer switched from the Republican Party to become a Libertarian. Two other New Hampshire Democrats abandoned the Democratic Party for the Republican Party. Rumors have been widely circulating for weeks that additional New Hampshire Democrats are considering abandoning the Party as Democrats are very upset with their state leadership. Representative Stallcop said “while my time in Concord reinforced the ineptitude that can exist by those in charge. I originally joined the Democratic Party in hopes of making a difference through critical thinking and my classical liberal viewpoint, yet with the lack of unbiased data in caucuses as well as backlash on votes I’ve independently made, it seems there is no longer a place for me here. With a high regard for individuals personally working in their communities to implement positive change, I hereby transfer to the Libertarian Party.” Libertarian Party New Hampshire Chairman Darryl W. Perry added “today marks only the second time in the 45 year history of the Libertarian Party that a sitting state representative has left the Democratic Party for the Libertarian Party… Today also marks the first time in nearly 2 decades that the New Hampshire General Court will have a Libertarian Caucus!”
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    05-09-2017, 04:02 PM
    Yard signs don't vote, but are more important in a special election because so few people vote, and each yard sign represents a voter. Matt took an unusual step for a state rep. campaign in NH and hired a professional campaign team that is heavily focused on making calls, which should work very well in a retirement community. He should win despite the yard signs.
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    05-09-2017, 03:06 PM
    Suicide has always been thought of as a right. Still, there is almost no reason for a teen to ever kill themselves. Kids, if you are reading this don't do it. Your life isn't really that bad, you just think it is, thus making it true to you. Check out religion or Stoicism if you are suicidal, it should help.
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    05-09-2017, 03:04 PM
    He should be able to crush her. The local Republican establishment got behind Matt in the GOP Primary, by endorsing him. That to me suggest he is middle of the road for a Republican, which plays very well in that district, because unlike the other Republican who had wonderful history, Matt is a regular person that made a lot of mistakes in his life... Thankfully, those issues weren't brought up in the primary, and I doubt they are getting much play in the general.
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    05-07-2017, 01:40 PM
    Towns and states have high fees on tickets or pull people over way excessively to get around having higher income, sales, or property taxes. It is what caused massive outrage in MO as many small towns were go crazy with tickets to fund their local governments. It is what the state of GA is doing here. It is what MA did when it instituted a new fee that defendants must pay if they fight a ticket in MA and actually manage to win the case. Ticketable Red light and speed cameras are the best known example of this nonsense :(
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    05-07-2017, 10:54 AM
    Lol. That is correct. They decided to overthrow the sovereign governments by taking them all over and putting them into one new nation where the low population states like NH and RI had a lot less power, and the high population states like VA and NY had a lot more power. That's what governments do. They ignore their rules. Rules are only for people that are unpopular.
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    05-06-2017, 07:16 PM
    One of the more bloody fights I've seen on TV. I recommend parental discretion.
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    05-06-2017, 02:03 PM
    I'm glad Congress is attempting to block Obama and Trump for doing bad stuff when it comes to states that allow medical cannabis.
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    05-05-2017, 11:30 PM
    Why is the 3rd post the best for maximum visibility?
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    05-05-2017, 05:51 PM
    Overall State and Local Tax Burden per State report by Key Policy Data See source information comparing all states between 1950 and 2015 at http://www.keypolicydata.com/tax-burden-data/
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    05-05-2017, 05:31 PM
    I moved beyond them years ago when I learned about the idea of the Free State Project, and how it is the best path towards liberty. Still, not all pro-liberty people are going to move as part of the Free State Project due to a few issue. I don't want the liberty people that choose to live among the great masses of socialists to suffer too much ;) So it would be nice if a few of the socialists stopped being so terrible.
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    05-05-2017, 02:37 AM
    Many liberals/socialists/communists/progressives like to steal and murder. It is really sad. This disease is destroying a nation that looked promising. Hopefully 10,000,000s of people around the world watch this, become educated that being a progressive is terrible, and change their ways. Time for liberals to grow up.
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    05-04-2017, 12:14 AM
    I'm not a fan of 5 year old kids gambling in casinos.
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    05-03-2017, 10:33 PM
    State lotteries/casinos are anti-liberty. Nearly unregulated lotteries/casinos are pro-liberty.
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by Crotale on 03-25-2012 at 10:43 AM
Never forget the legendary quote: "It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."

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