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Not One A+ for the New Hampshire Republican Majority Senate in 2018

A Senate is typically the single biggest barrier to prosperity in government. State Senators are few in number, lobbied heavily, prone to moderate their positions and easily influenced by donors. So when I reviewed AFP New Hampshire’s 2018 Legislative Scorecard and found no A+ grades and only two A’s in a Republican majority State Senate, I was …

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Seven New Hampshire House Republicans Try To Silence Political Speech They Don’t Like

American’s for Prosperity in New Hampshire has been doing some issues advocacy. Alerting the residents of seven House Districts held by sitting (r)epublicans that their elected officials opposed Right to Work. The seven “Republican” House Reps are mad at AFP for daring to let voters, who might not otherwise notice, know how they voted. So …

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New Hampshire’s “Crumbs” – Federal Tax Reform Produces “Abnormal Rise” in Business Tax Revenue

This week the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) issued some analysis on the “abnormal rise” in New Hampshire Business tax revenue. Their conclusion? It is likely due to Federal Tax Reform. As of the end of April, the BPT and BET together are about $90.8 million (16.9 percent) above plan for the year, and …

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Post NH Primary Analysis

Greg Moore, the New Hampshire state Director of Americans for Prosperity, provides some post-NH Primary Analysis. Winners, losers, Surprises, and more.  

Scoring Legislators, State Economies, and Even Voters

We discuss AFP’s legislative scorecard for New Hampshire, scorecards, and surveys in general, the advantages for workers and state economies of passing Right to Work, a tiny diatribe to the grumpy electorate, why votes matter, and more.  

GrokTALK! Show #155

Greg Moore from AFP-NH and NH House Rep JR Hoell join us to discuss Right to Work, economic freedom, business taxes, Medicaid expansion and Obamacare, wages, free markets and more.  

Defending the Dream

AFP- NH State Director Greg Moore joined us from the Defending the Dream Summit in Ohio. The topic is economic freedom in America, the New Hampshire State budget (the lack there of), and the need to make the economic freedom of small business owners a priority.  

NH Gov. Plays DC Politics With State Budget

AFP New Hampshire state Director Greg Moore joins us to discuss the real numbers on the New Hampshire budget and whether Governor Maggie Hassan can actually veto the state budget and survive politically.

GrokTALK! – Greg Moore: Was Income Inequality Messaging a Loser?

Is the left’s sales pitch on income inequality a loser when it comes to elections?  In part I AFP-NH state director Greg Moore joins us to examine the recent British elections, including the symmetry of their income inequality messaging and Democrat losses in 2014 and the Labor parties losses last week.  

May 11th GrokTALK! Segment One – Steve, Mike, and Greg Moore Arrives Early…

Mike and Steve start the segment with the IRS admitting that they targeted Conservative and TEA Party groups but once Greg Moore, the state director for AFP-NH arrives early, they move on to the proposed 67% Gas Tax increase and some under-reported (un-reported?) issues with the New Hampshire State budget. Listen Here Download this segment here …

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