Sunday, September 9, 2012

A Condensed Version of History…

by Tom September 9, 2012

So, I’m reading the comments on a FoxNews story that reports how Paul Ryan is preparing for his upcoming debate with “Doofus” Joe Biden (don’t ask me how I got to this point).  Anyhow, the silver lining of this Sunday-night distraction was stumbling upon a comment posted by a user named “I AM ALWAYS RIGHT […]

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Adam Schrader, R-Newmarket: Conservative Alternatives to EPA Mandates for Great Bay

by Mike September 9, 2012

While on site at the RNC, I got the chance to chat with some of our NH delegates. Adam Schrader is currently a Republican Rep for Newmarket, and is running for re-election. We got talking about conservative alternatives to EPA mandates for problems like fertilizer runoff control in Great Bay, and I was intrigued – […]

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A Loud, Proud, ”NAY” On Stroud (Candidate, Hillsborough 21, Merrimack)

by Scott Morales September 9, 2012

In June of 2011, I contacted current House candidate Representative Kathleen Stroud and asked her about her reasoning for not supporting Right to Work (HB474).  She replied with the usual vacuous boilerplate one expects from a politician, but what surprised me was her reasoning’s incoherence and lack of depth.  What I found most off-putting was […]

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LIVE BLOGGING – The AFP Gubernatorial Republican debate between Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith

by Skip September 9, 2012

We are at the Windham High School in Windham, NH and getting ready to live stream the event (caveat – it ALWAYS depends on the quality of the Internet connection from here and how well the UStream servers are behaving).  Cory Lewandowski has been here for a while doing his staging along with his assistant, […]

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The Deficit From The Democrat National Convention

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2012

Looks like the Democrats reckless spending culture permeates everything they do–From Michael Patrick Leahy at On Friday, Bloomberg News reported another embarrassing fact about the recently completed Democratic National Convention: it operated at a $15 million deficit. In a move certain to raise eyebrows at the Federal Election Commission, $10 million of that deficit was […]

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