Friday, August 31, 2012

What is it with Professors Believing they are Arrogant Kings of their Classrooms?

by Skip August 31, 2012

Professors – what is it that convinces them that just because they are smart in their small “micro-field”, that expertise automatically  transfers to them the right to supercede the Rule of Law?  I’ve already had one run-in with a local professor: Bad laws are required to be broken by people of conscience and my conscience […]

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GraniteGrok Endorsement – NH Executive Council District 5: Dave Wheeler

by Skip August 31, 2012

Of all of the incumbents already on the NH Executive Council, we think it is fair to say that Dave Wheeler is the most likely always to stand on Conservative NH values – frugality, individual freedom, pro-life, Second Amendment and an absolute stand on Constitutional grounds (both NH and US).  It is VERY easy for […]

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About Those Ron Paul People…

by Tom August 31, 2012

Yesterday, fellow-Grokster (and blogger-extraordinaire), Steve, put up a post called “About All That Ron Paul Business“, where he makes some good points.  Being a Ron Paul supporter myself, I figured I would provide my point of view.  After all, there are always two sides to an issue.  Not intending to start a volley, just to […]

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RNC 2012 – Summary and Aggregation

by Mike August 31, 2012

After an exciting week at the 2012 Republican National Convention, this seems like a good time to aggregate and summarize our coverage – one stop shopping for those catching up, if you will. Groksters Mike and Mar-Mar were lucky enough to be invited to join the NH delegation as guests, and had a birds-eye view […]

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Demobrats (Updated and Bumped)

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2012

[Update:  Romney left the Republican convention and headed…to Louisiana, to survey the situation.  Obama… had all week to go…still aint been.  Still too busy running for president to be the President.] Louisiana is getting pummeled by Hurricane Issac.  President Obama has chosen to be on a three state campaign tour begging for a second term […]

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Stingy Old People Who Are Stupid

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2012

I can only guess how Democrat State Senate candidate Lee Nyquist’s campaign manger reacted to Clint Eastwood’s speech at the Republican National Convention.  That campaign manager, Kevin Hodges, (batting coach for the New Hampshire Democrat party), had nothing kind to say about Republicans long before his invocation to beat them with a bat; particularity those […]

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RNC 2012 Notable Quotables…

by Scott Morales August 31, 2012

Here are some notable quotes from the 2012 RNC.  I’m sure I missed some… “… Biden is the intellect of the Democratic Party” — Clint Eastwood “My dad was a bartender….You see, he stood behind the bar all those years so that one day I could stand  behind a podium…” – Sen. Marco Rubio “…instead […]

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Progressive Zombie

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2012

I’m certain Fergus Culllen and I disagree on a great many things, but I have to admit — I like this editorial in the Union Leader: Liberal Jackie Cilley, Progressive Zombie.   He writes some unknown truths about Democrat Candidate for Governor Jackie Cilley, the accidental State Senator, offering up some insight into things she […]

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Apparently, Even Folks In Massachussetts Are Fed Up With Obamanomics…

by Scott Morales August 31, 2012

…and it looks like they’re not keeping quiet about it.  Even little girls are pissed…    

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Romney Talks De Tocqueville? Huh?

by Scott Morales August 31, 2012

I saw this last night on c-span before the convention and was shocked.  How did the conservative gene skip Mitt? This is the Romney that should be nominated, check this out: “If I had to identify what I think is our most serious threat, it wouldn’t be in the economic area.  It wouldn’t be in […]

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