Saturday, March 11, 2017

Is it Constitutional for NH AG’s to interfere with local elections officers?

by Ed Naile March 11, 2017

I have a question for voter fraud deniers. It is pretty simple. On November 8, 2016 a black man entered the Hooksett polling place just as the Hooksett Moderator had announced the polls closed. After some discussion about that issue the Moderator let him vote. He used his Florida driver’s license number, not license, as ID […]

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Raymond Police Dept. blocks dissenting views on social media; ACLU of NH responds

by Kimberly Morin March 11, 2017

Yesterday, the Raymond Police Department received a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire (ACLU NH) regarding their recent behavior on social media. The police department is currently requesting that Raymond voters agree to spend $6.8 million on a new police station. The current police station was built in the early 1990s. […]

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GT-Flashback March 15th, 2014 Bill O’Connor, Scott Wilson, Allen, and Radical Moderate

by Steve MacDonald March 11, 2017

Listen to “GT-Flashback March 15th, 2014” on Spreaker. Bill O’Connor from the Strafford County GOP joins us to talk about SABRE PAC and their radio ad. Scott Wilson (CCDL) updates us on gun-rights in Connecticut. And Grok Commenters Allen and Radical Moderate share their thoughts on the air.  Originally broadcast March 15th, 2014.

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Are Modern Liberals Arrogant, Intolerant, Moral Authoritarians Trapped in Their Own Freak Show?

by Steve MacDonald March 11, 2017

The short answer to the question in the headline is yes. Yes, they are. How Liberals got there from their 60’s roots is the subject of an article in the Wall StreetJournal by Shelby Steele titled The Exhaustion of American Liberalism. He is a bit kinder in his pronouncement, but we see connecting lines in his thesis to […]

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