Mark Steyn & New Hampshire

Mark Steyn (born December 8, 1959) is a Canadian-born writer, conservative-leaning political commentator, and cultural critic. New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. 2.3/5

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On Wednesday, Mark filled in today from Ice Station EIB in New Hampshire, taking time off from a hectic Boxing Day. Check out Mark's Stack for links, audio clips and more. Rush returns Thursday, January 3rd. "Boxing Day is a Medieval thing originating from the days when the upper 1% used to give gi...
Mark Steyn writes on NRO: A few years ago, my small local hospital asked a Senate staffer if she could assist them in obtaining federal money for a new building. So she did, expediting the process by which that particular corner of northern New Hampshire was deemed to be “under-served” and thus elig...
HH: We begin this hour with Columnist To the World, Mark Steyn. I hope you’re in New Hampshire, and I hope it’s snowing, Mark Steyn.
Mark Steyn writes on NRO: As disappointing for me as Mitt losing New Hampshire has been the down-ticket races in the Granite State. In 2010, Republicans won both House seats, the Senate seat, three-quarters of State Reps, 80 per cent of State Senate seats, and 100 per cent of the Executive Council. ...
For those of you who disagree with conservatives, I would only suggest that you try to understand our point of view better, if only to serve the interests of civil discourse. I am a poor communicator of our philosophy so I thought I would submit an excerpt from an interview given by Mark Steyn that is a beautiful summation of what the November election is all about, "I loathe the constraints of government, the hyper-regulatory state, the way at any one time, any one of us is in breach of at least a dozen laws we didn’t even know existed, the way every single simple act now is bureaucratic and sclerotic. I wish people took stuff like my license plate slogan in New Hampshire “Live Free or Die” seriously. I’m all for freedom. I love it when people talk up freedom. The short version of the history of the Western world since 1945 is that whenever they’re given the chance to vote A for freedom or B for more government security, for more of the Nanny State cocoon, free people opt for the Nanny State co ...
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