Day: March 28, 2013

WMUR demonstrates bias in Journalism – covers sparse National Day to Demand Action anti-gun rally, ignores .223 Day of Resistance pro-gun rally

Sparsely attended indeed for a day where the “kick the Second Amendment lovers” folks decided to have a “National Day to Demand Action”.  WMUR decided to cover it, with a quick spot at 5pm by reporter, Jennifer Gannon, sweeping her hand towards the middle of the Portsmouth’s Market Square announcing the soon-to-start rally – showing …

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NH Ranked in Top 5 in Overall Freedom, That’s Good Right? Well…

New Hampshire is doing pretty well as we start 2013.  First it was revealed that, “NH Ranked 10th Best State for Gun Owners by Guns & Ammo Magazine”.  That’s good news.  Especially when one considers we might need it with all of the leftists that can no longer afford to live in the surrounding states …

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A documentary about “printing guns” with 3-D printer technology

Cody Wilson, age 24, is a law student in Texas. He’s also one of the founders of Defense Distributed, Inc., a company dedicated to developing and distributing open-source software that can be used to “print guns” with the emerging technology of 3D printing. As I watched this documentary, I thought, “What would have happened if …

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The Eleven Levels of Bacon

All that talk about New Hampshire School Boards banning dodge-ball and public servants plagiarizing the New Hampshire Municipal Association has made me hungry.  Hungry for Bacon.  But I don’t have any bacon on me so I’ll have to settle for this…as I ponder whether Spinal Tap would run right out and buy the eleventh level of bacon just because it …

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Guest Post by C.dog e.doG – “But a Mere Point of View on Plagiarized Platitudes”

(Note: I often cross-post content on NH Insider.  I appears that Mr. Selig had comments there as well.  C.dog found them, and here responds.) But a Mere Point of View on Plagiarized Platitudes Heeeeee’s back.  Some guys just don’t know when to shut up and crawl under a rock … thank Tod.  So, our dutiful town …

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Windham School Board Bans ‘Human Target’ Activities (aka – Dodgeball!)

Susan posted a link to the story here, but the first sentence from the Concord Monitor article was all I needed to see. The Windham School District has banned dodgeball and other “human target” activities over concerns about violence and bullying. That’s a very broad statement.  Almost every action of government is a form of …

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Anti-Second Amendment Eateries

“It is, generally, in the season of prosperity that men discover their real temper, principles, and designs.”   —Edmund Burke The Common Man Family of Restaurants is one of those “rags-to-riches” stories…literally. New Jersey native Alex Ray began in 1971 with a skeptical banker who took the deep breath before granting him a business loan. …

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Where Todd I. Selig Admits to Some Heavy Lifting…But Not All.

Several of us writing here at GraniteGrok have taken to task Durham Town Administrator Todd I. Selig for both his position on the issue of raising the gas tax and how he went about showing his support for it.  Literally.  The letter he submitted to various publications around New Hampshire, explaining his support for the …

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