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Today, March 17, is, of course, Saint Patrick's Day, and while it is widely celebrated in the USA with green beer, parades, and corned beef and cabbage, we would do well to remember that it is a day to remember a Catholic Saint, and to pray. Saint Patrick is not just the patron saint of Ireland … Continue reading Prayers for Saint Patrick’s Day
It's Saint Patrick's Day, and I'm taking a break from politics, which always includes watching a movie. I've been a Tom Hanks fan since his Bosom Buddies days (1980-1982, that's how old I am), a series oddly prescient of some of today's headlines, Two young single ad men must disguise themselves as women to live … Continue reading Don’t go anywhere with Tom Hanks!
During one of my more heated exchanges with the liberal NIRFTA folks at CPAC I was asked if I believed that three million voted illegally last time around and tried to refer them to this piece on the subject. But at Granite Grok they noticed another source of shall we say interesting votes Eleven out-of-state … Continue reading Meet the NH Voters from MA, and NY, and conn, and Maine…