Ed Naile, CNHT

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Old Man In Winter

As I parried and thrust my ten dollar plastic snow shovel at the ice dams frozen on my roof edges it suddenly occurred to me that this whole roof shoveling experience is just like an extreme winter archeological dig.

Right there under the last eight inches of powder is a sheet of ice from a week ago. And under that are several more small snow storms layered upon each other, each a snapshot in time. I even found some pine needles and sticks trapped in the snow from the high winds of a January winter blast.

Then, clunk, clunk, there it was at the end of my shovel! Trapped in a sarcophagus of ice pellets and snow is the first glimpse of one of our five sky lights. Of course it isn’t as exciting as finding a baby wooly mammoth, but as things go, I’ll take it as a good thing - progress.

You would think shoveling the roof might be dangerous, but it isn’t anywhere near as dangerous as walking on ice after a powdering of fresh snow. I found that out two weeks ago when I went out to the car to get a cordless drill – a twelve volt DeWalt. They weigh about three or so pounds.

When my feet went out from under me I landed on my back and split open the back of my head on the ice. No stitches, but it was close.

Two other things happened simultaneously. I chipped a lower front tooth when my teeth slammed together, then smashed myself in the left side of the face with the cordless drill. Why I could have not had the big orange I was carrying in my right hand over my left hand the drill was in but that is how that evening went.

The black eye from hitting my own face with the drill lasted about a week and eventually did work its way over to my right eye a bit, but not that bad. It’s amazing how many people notice your black eye but don’t say anything until you bring it up. Maybe it’s just me this happens to.

My wife got out two ice packs. Did you ever hold an ice pack on your face and the back of your head at the same time? It will make you forget all about any problem it could possibly solve.

Spring would be nice about now.


Don't Count Your Racists Before They Hatch

It seems we have a rash of racists spray painting and writing hate speech and such around liberal campuses in Concord, NH.

Lots of press is involved in getting the anti-hate message out. Authorities are on the lookout for the perpetrators, even the FBI, according to media reports.

I don’t know the parties involved but I do know one thing. Some of these recent racist events have been generated by the supposed victims themselves. It may pay to wait a bit before all the editorial chest beating against racism in America becomes too hard to retract.

More often than not we will soon discover the “racist” wasn’t some redneck with a Stars and Bars tattoo releasing his inner demons, but that it was some youngster from a good family who possesses zero social skills or the young “victim” himself out to claim political points for a cause that is easy to wrap your arms around.

Lots of young people are watching our national primary stage play of supposed adults calling each other names. This particular comedy/tragedy has been going on a bit longer than most. Maybe too much has rubbed off on our young TV viewers.

Just say'n.


W.F. Buckley

With the passing of William F. Buckley our current crop of conservatives have an opportunity to learn from where America’s movement to the right began.

I used to watch Firing Line as a teenager. It showed me in each brilliant installment I was lucky to watch how devoid of any thought the left was. Buckley systematically dismembered his liberal opponents in a time when “intellectual” meant one thing and one thing only - liberal. The exact opposite was and still is true.

Firing Line was on television for over 30 years simply because of the overwhelming deference paid by our media to the moonbat posers who still come up with stupid, unworkable, socialist solutions for every problem or issue our Constitutional Republic faces. Buckley was like some sort of a 17th century knight in argyle armor armed with a laser beam. How could you not watch the slaughter?

William Buckley’s magazine, National Review, was for me, just about the only thing readable in the late seventies and early eighties. I once sent them a solicited donation to keep the magazine afloat financially after the Reagan landslide when they almost went bankrupt with success. Ads had been sold for the printing and mailing of the standard 100 thousand copies they sold at the time but the requests for more subscriptions tripled when people began to notice liberalism had passed and new generation of political thought had begun. You could not often find a National Review in a drug store rack, most readers were subscribers.

And now that Mr. Buckley has passed.

Buckley had a controversial position many people criticized him for and it was that we may have to bear some big government to beat the soviets in the cold war. I would say he pointed out the most important issue of our time. We have grown federal government in an effort to beat communism by starving it economically. Communism did in fact starve and die off. But how much big government can Americans afford after that campaign, and for how long? Dismantling the monolith created over the last fifty years will be the challenge of conservatives in the future, or we will wind up like the Soviets.

Right now in American politics we see Democrats offering up two pure socialists as their remaining primary candidates, both trying to sell themselves as change agents without exposing themselves for what they really are. (The Obama staffers with Che banners in their offices know.)

The Republicans have offered another big government, establishment man who claims repeatedly to be a conservative, knowing there will be no win for him in our current climate without that label. The ghost of William F. Buckley haunts them all.


You Tube Away With Ray

Now we have a video taping flap going on between the Democrats who want to try to gin up some hot video of Republicans making “controversial” comments at Republican events  they are video taping so they can use the tape in the standard, slimy, Democrat Chair, Ray Buckley-type attack pieces just before an election.

Ho-hum, make the Republican look fat by altering the picture, wait for his hair to blow up out of place, take some statement and put it in a different context and there you have it. This is standard Buckley fare.

Republican Chair Fergus Cullen wants some rules if the libs are going to stalk his people.

How about this: Four days notice to Republicans before any attack video is shot.

I don’t see how Ray Buckley could pass that up, seeing as Governor Lynch notified the Democrat Party Chair at the time, Kathy Sullivan, FOUR DAYS before he told the Manchester Police he received a letter from Ray Buckley’s landlord of 16 years claiming that Buckley had kiddie porn in his apartment.

Always nice to have a heads up so you can spruce the place up before company shows up, don’t ya think?

Sounds fair to me.


I Don't Want To Change My Bulbs Or Senator

How about truth in advertizing for a CHANGE! Democrats say they want CHANGE but they are offering up NH has-been Governor Jeanne Shaheen for a US Senate spot of all things. ( Not my Supreme Court you don’t.)

No thanks! Go back to Harvard where you have been squirreled away since your last race.

Shaheen was endorsed recently by the NH League of Conservation Liberals, or as I like to refer to them – The Dim Bulb Society.

I used to live in a “mercury free zone” but ever since my wife popped a few of those Dairy Queen looking eco-bulbs into various sockets at the ranch, two things have happened – I can’t see after dark and I now have mercury lurking in each dim bulb. So the solution is to put TWO in I guess? Twice the mercury – half the light! Now there is a typical moonbat eco-solution.

There is no way I want mercury lurking in my light bulbs any more than I want Jeanne Shaheen taking voting orders from Dirty Harry Reid. We currently have a US Supreme Court that seems able to read English and oil companies that can barely compete with nationalized companies in dictatorships all over the planet, there is no need to destroy either by electing a lockstep liberal, tax and spender from HAAAVHAAD.

Please, Jeanne Shaheen, follow your mentor Hillary and slowly fade away without doing too much damage.