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Money Man Behind Marsy’s Law Busted for Possession and Alleged Drug Trafficking

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2018

Henry Nicholas III dumped a small fortune into the pockets of lawyers and lobbyists in New Hampshire to hoist his proposed constitutional amendment (CACR22) on the Granite State. Commonly known as Marsy’s Law, it rolled into the state with bipartisan backing and a governor eager to sign it. At least until the activist community peeled back […]

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Margaret Drye – Dedicated to Our Community

by Op-Ed August 11, 2018

by Margaret Drye – Candidate, NH House: Sullivan District 9 For almost four decades, I have been responding to Plainfield and Cornish homes and roads as an EMT with Cornish Rescue.  As a result, I have seen the opioid epidemic up close, and I have also seen the many medical, physical, and financial challenges our […]

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“Free” College and Health Care Starting Cost: $42 Trillion Dollars

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2018

“Nothing’s Free” is not a phrase in the budgetary lexicon of progressive liberal Democrats. We know this because they are constantly talking about Government-run programs to provide “social infrastructure” to the masses. The latest “free” goodies to hit the narrative mill are Free College and Medicare for all. Medicare for all is single-payer healthcare. College […]

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – Parts 3 & 4

by Skip August 11, 2018

Following Parts 1 & 2 of Massod Ayoob’s talk on gun safety and suicide prevention to a crowd of firearm retailers and instructors (along with a number of Second Amendment supporters) at the BassPro in Hooksett, NH are now Parts 3 and 4.  Again I urge people to watch the Suicide Prevention PSA created by […]

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Jane Cormier Interview – Rock, Paper, Hand Grenades

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2018

Jane Cormier appeared on Rock Paper Hand Grenades this week, a Manchester TV program on Channel 23. Jane is in a primary for Executive District 4 which includes, Allenstown, Auburn, Barrington, Bedford, Bow, Candia, Chichester, Deerfield, Epsom, Goffstown, Hooksett, Lee, Londonderry, Loudon, Manchester, Northwood, Nottingham, Pembroke, and Pittsfield.

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – Parts 1 & 2

by Skip August 11, 2018

Following the intro remarks by Ralph Demicco and Tom Brown, Massod Ayoob took to the podium.  A internationally recognized expert in training, speaking, and writing about firearms and the safety concerns, he gave a serious talk about how local retailers and firearm instructor could recognize the signs that someone is looking to end their lives […]

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Democrat Lawmaker Created Intimidating and Abusive Environment

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2018

The New Hampshire House recently releases some documents in which was a redacted complaint filed earlier this year by a NH House staffer. The staffer alleges that a particular New Hampshire House Rep. “made frequent derogatory comments to or about the employee, and engaged in “a long pattern of behavior” that created a “hostile work […]

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“Creative Destruction” – the end of my beginning. The beginning of my middle.

by Skip August 11, 2018

Creative Destruction: Joseph Schumpeter (1883-1950) first coined creative destruction in his work, Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy.  It refers to the process in which technology and innovation create new ways of doing things and, in the process, leave the old ways behind. Technological innovation might destroy entire businesses, industries, or streams of employment while allowing new enterprises to grow in […]

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – intro remarks by Tom Brown

by Skip August 11, 2018

Following Ralph Demicco’s opening remarks and the NHFSC’s Suicide Prevention PSA (which I urge those of us in the 2A Community to watch, especially if you are in the position of teaching others to shoot or are retailers), local firearms instructor briefly took to the podium:

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“I Have No Pity For ‘Illegal’ Immigrants!”

by Steve MacDonald August 10, 2018

I have a friend who is a legal immigrant from a country in South America. She came many years ago and likes to share how much hard work it took to earn her U.S. Citizenship. There is a lot of paperwork, she says. But it was worth it. She is very proud. She also says […]

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Eddie Edwards – Excerpt From Remarks at an Aug. 9th, House Party

by Steve MacDonald August 10, 2018

I had the opportunity to capture some video at a House Party for Eddie Edwards. He is running for Congress in NH congressional district one. I did run into a few issues and not just with the lighting. Some of the video was inaccessible after the fact. Some is just missing, even though the device was […]

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – intro remarks by Ralph Demicco

by Skip August 10, 2018

Earlier this week, the NH Firearms Safety Coalition held an event at the BassPro Shop in Hooksett, NH where they hosted nationally known firearms speaker, writer, and trainer Massad Ayoob.  That video is in process as we speak and I’ll be putting it up later on today.  However, Ralph Demicco, well known in the Second […]

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Harry Bean: “I am proud to announce my candidacy in Belknap County District 2”

by Skip August 10, 2018

To The Daily Sun, I am proud to announce my candidacy for state rep in District 2, Gilford and Meredith. I am the third of five generations of Beans named Harry. My family has lived at the same location on Saltmarsh Pond Rd. since 1842. I have been married to Priscilla for almost 47 years […]

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You Can Start by Renaming the “White” Mountains

by Steve MacDonald August 10, 2018

The denizens of the gentrified Portsmouth and Hanover ‘Class’ (and a few wannabes from Keene) are at it again. These easily offended liberals and their minions are getting uppity over local reactions to a fledgling plan to assuage Granite State White Guilt. New Hampshire is Too Damn White™. This from people living in places zoned […]

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170 116 year olds and now 588 “new” ballots. What’s going on in Prez Wannabe John Kasich’s Ohio?

by Skip August 9, 2018

Steve’s post should make eyebrows grow in height.  This should make your head go side-to-side as we’ve seen this too many times before: Ohio race just got closer after county finds hundreds of uncounted votes The tight race between Democrat Danny O’Connor and Republican Troy Balderson just got tighter.  Election officials in Franklin County found 588 […]

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Notable Quote – Ann Coulter

by Skip August 9, 2018

“Only the Democratic Party could produce a string of presidential candidates who oppose school choice and vouchers while sending their own children to lily-white private schools. Only the Democratic Party could hysterically denounce a Supreme Court nominee for allegedly making unwanted sexual advances in the workplace and then applaud a president who was receiving oral […]

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Facebook Doodlings – Justice? Which one?

by Skip August 9, 2018

Steve’s post on former NH State Senate Minority Leader  Jeff ‘The Bruiser’ Woodburn had an interesting comment left on it on Facebook: Joanne Hack Again, ALLEGED abuser … are we not supposed to be the voice of reason and say that he’s not convicted of anything so, since this is America, he shouldn’t have to resign. I don’t know […]

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BlogQuestion of the Day: Fine for me but not for the unwashed and definately unwanted Deplorables and Clingers?

by Skip August 9, 2018

If it’s illegal for a family owned bakery to ban people from its property based on their religious beliefs, should it also be illegal for Facebook to ban conservatives based on their political beliefs? Let me make sport of atheistic Progressives for a moment (see!  an Object Lesson like I learned in Sunday School).  Religious beliefs […]

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Expert: 170 Registered Voters in Ohio’s 12th District Listed as Over 116 Years Old

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2018

That’s Breitbart’s Headline, but I couldn’t think of a better one. It also reminds me of what one reader called the Al Franken effect. Votes from dead people. Votes turning up in corners of precincts or the back of some poll worker’s car. The tally of which always (against all statistical probability) favor the Democrat by a wide […]

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This is Democrat Donna Soucy’s version of “Diversity”?

by Skip August 9, 2018

Or as one wag put it “How’d that white guy sneak in?”.  These kinds of photographs are staged – it is part of the “inside-baseball”, “behind the curtains” kinds of political stagecraft that a campaign does all the time.  You think that all those people in the stands at a rally are chosen at random?  […]

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Hey, Democrats, let’s see you explain this away….

by Skip August 9, 2018

VOTER FRAUD? Twice As Many Ballots Cast As There Are Voters In Georgia Precinct Twice as many ballots as the number of registered voters were cast in a northeastern Georgia precinct during the state’s primary elections in May. According to official numbers from the Georgia Secretary of State, 670 votes were cast in Habersham County’s Mud […]

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Indeed, many Conservatives have and are using them

by Skip August 9, 2018

See?  Alinsky is not just for Commies anymore!  I’ve had an “Abridged” post on his Rules for years – let me reproduce them here in honor of the General: RULE 1: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.” Power is derived from 2 main sources – money and […]

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When it comes to our dogs…

by Skip August 9, 2018

Dog owners would rather fight than switch! (H/T: M)

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Use That Organic Cotton Shopping Bag 20,000 Times or It’s Worse for the Environment

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2018

“Our assumptions about what is environmentally friendly don’t always stand up to scrutiny.” Recent research by the Ministry of Environment and Food in Denmark, published by the DEPA (Denmark Environmental Protection Agency), – Executive summary in English begins on page 13 – reinforces claims I’ve made here for years. The replacement for plastic shopping bags are […]

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Putting New Hampshire First

by Op-Ed August 9, 2018
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What You Didn’t Know About National Defense, Obama, and Amazon.com

by Steve MacDonald August 8, 2018

Maybe you know this; perhaps you do not. But before Mr. Obama retired from the Oval Office, he had a deal cooking to give Amazon.com a sole-source one-vendor contract to manage and control the entire US Defense Department Cloud. One ring to rule them all. No redundancy. No backups. Just Amazon. Arranged by a guy named Deap Ubhi, […]

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Why Wasn’t Feinstein Spied On When the FBI Discovered her Driver was a Chinese Mole

by Steve MacDonald August 8, 2018

A few years ago the FBI notified a ranking US Senator on the Intelligence committee that her long-time Chinses driver was, in fact, a spy. The individual was fired though we’ve no idea how many sensitive conversations they shared over those many years. I bring this up because that’s what the FBI does, or did until […]

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If the Internet is a ‘Public Utility’ You Can’t Just Ban Alex Jones

by Steve MacDonald August 8, 2018

I don’t pay any attention to Alex Jones. It’s not a value judgment he’s just not anywhere in my top-ten, twenty, or perhaps even 100 (500?) political talkers, writers, or thinkers for whom I make time. I am aware of him but not overly familiar. Others think he’s the bee’s knees. I’m not here to […]

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Cornerstone Releases Its 2018 Legislative Scorecard

by Steve MacDonald August 7, 2018

Cornerstone has released its scorecard for the 2018 Legislative session. Cornerstone’s 2018 legislative scorecard selects 14 roll call votes in the New Hampshire Senate and 18 roll call votes in the House from the 2017-18 legislative session. The Raw Score is the score that most closely reflects how the actual percentage a legislator’s votes aligned with Cornerstone’s […]

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GraniteGrok – the next level

by Skip August 7, 2018

A lot is going on behind the scenes as we are ramping up in our goal to serve the Conservative and Conservatarian base better than we have in the past.  We are adding new writers and we are enhancing our ability to cover more events that matter to you folks – that’s what the above […]

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