Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Walmart And Their Secret Gun Policy

by Rick Olson April 11, 2012

“When ignorance gets started it knows no bounds.” —Will Rogers Time for some new tires. Wal-Mart had a decent price on Goodyear Tracker 2 tires for my SUV (or, urban assault vehicle as my friends who strap Pruis’ to the behinds refer to it as) So I lumber on into Wal-Mart in my Ford Explorer. The […]

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Beck Endorses R-Money: “At Least He’s Not a Commy”!

by Mike April 11, 2012
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GraniteGrok Endorsement: At the NH GOP Annual Meeting, Please vote for Cliff Hurst for Vice-Chair

by Skip April 11, 2012

Along with Diane Bitter, we are also endorsing Cliff Hurst to be the next Vice-Chair.  Yes, right now he is running unopposed but one never knows what might happen at the meeting itself from the floor.  Regardless, we are asking other NH State GOP Committee members to vote for Cliff for this position.  If you […]

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GraniteGrok Endorsement: At the NH GOP Annual Meeting, Please vote for Diane Bitter for Assistant Secretary

by Skip April 11, 2012

The annual meeting of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee (NH GOP) is this coming Saturday.  During that time, official NH State Committee Party Members will be voting on a number of positions, and Diane Bitter is running to fill the position of Assistant Secretary.  We at GraniteGrok have been blessed to have now known […]

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Another thing that this Voter Challenge made me realize

by Skip April 11, 2012

Like I said here, we had a political ideologue by the name of Joe Wernig issue, in my opinion, a thinly veiled attempt of political intimidation by trying to keep local Libertarian activist Barbara Aichinger off the local ballot via a Voter Role Challenge (complete video here of the hearing, with more commentary above that […]

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What about the New Hampshire Budget?

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2012

One of the major themes of the New Hampshire Democrats is that the current New Hampshire Republican majority is not focusing enough on the budget and the economy, and spending too much time on other issues.   But this is an understandable position for leftists. When the Democrats ran the entire state for four years, every […]

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You know, it would be good to get it right, Mr. Kitch

by Skip April 11, 2012

Yesterday was a “day off from work / a day of blogging activities” for me as I had promised a lady in our town, Barbara Aichinger,  to video record a Supervisor of the Checklist hearing.  The back story is just before our local election last month, local Democrat activist and public employee  Joe “No Show” […]

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What If You Held an Election and No One Showed Up?

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2012

Merrimack held it’s local town elections yesterday.  A town of roughly 25,000, with (I’m guessing) close to 18,000 people of voting age, that typically sees 4000-6000 ballots in the average Town election, produced only 2500 ballots yesterday. A bit of advice? When you let one third of the voters decide tax and spending policy for […]

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God Bless Joe McQuaid and the Union Leader!

by Tim Condon April 11, 2012

Says McQuaid in a Union Leader editorial today: “Banning a personal income tax in New Hampshire by means of a constitutional amendment makes all the sense in the world — unless, of course, you like the idea of such a powerful and corrosive government confiscation of your money. With Democratic gubernatorial candidates once again refusing to […]

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Leftist-Progressives: Always The Dependable Deniers

by Rick Olson April 11, 2012

“An individual, in promoting his own interest, may injure the public interest; a nation, in promoting the general welfare, may check the interest of a part of its members.” —Friedrich List Last week the Union Leader’s Gary Rayno reported on a check made of electronic databases searching for potential welfare fraud. House Speaker Bill O’Brien is […]

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