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Breaking News: NH State Senator Bob Odell is Retiring

by Steve MacDonald April 18, 2014

Alternate headline.  Bob Odell – “My work here is done.” After trashing New Hampshire by guaranteeing a future broad-based tax to pay for his embrace of Medicaid expansion (see also ObamaCare), too-long term State Senator Bob Odell has reportedly announced his retirement– days after JP Marzullo announced he would challenge Odell in a primary. (Happy […]

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Breaking News: Washington Redskins to Change name…

by Steve MacDonald November 8, 2013
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Breaking News – SCOTUS Strikes Down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act

by Steve MacDonald June 25, 2013

Updated Breaking News – in a 5-4 decision the US Supreme Court has struck down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act as unconstitutional. Striking down an Act of Congress “is the gravest and most delicate duty that this Court is called on to perform.”  Blodgett v. Holden, 275 U. S. 142, 148 (1927) (Holmes, […]

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Explosions at the Finish Line of the Boston Marathon

by Steve MacDonald April 16, 2013

Update: video Update: 6:16 pm – JFK Library event may now have just been an electrical fire.  Looks like the authorities are slowing down the “immediate” news releases as we get past the first couple / few hours after the initial explosions.  If someone wanted max media exposure for the after effects, they got it.

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Un-Breaking News: Laughton Un-Resigns….Decides to Serve in NH House

by Steve MacDonald November 28, 2012

Stacie Laughton has now changed her mind again, and decided that she will accept the House seat won on November 6th, according to an updated article at unionleader.com Earlier this morning we reported that Laughton was planning to step down.  Now she is stepping back up.  Although it is not final.  Laughton is seeking guidance […]

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Breaking News: Laughton Resigns

by Steve MacDonald November 28, 2012

The union leader is reporting this morning that newly elected Democrat House member Stacie ‘The Beloved‘ Laughton (Hills Dist 31/Nashua) has decided to resign. Laughton is disappointed, and states that no one asked her to resign, but that she was asked to consider all the things that have been presented. Call me cynical but if […]

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Breaking News: NH Judge Tosses Out Voter ID Law

by Steve MacDonald September 24, 2012

This just in.  Judge Lewis (the Fixer) in Strafford County Court, has caved to the League of Women Voters and other left wing interests and tossed the New Hampshire voter ID law under the  bus. I do not have the specifics of the decision, but it is already being challenged and will likely have go […]

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Why pay for old news when you can get it new for free?

by Steve MacDonald October 24, 2011

Hours before anyone else in New Hampshire, GraniteGrok had a detailed post up on the joint statement released by the people formerly known as Michele Bachmann’s New Hampshire campaign staff.

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VETO OVERRIDDEN: SENATE BILL 88 NOW GOES TO THE HOUSE!

by Rick Olson September 7, 2011

“Self-defense is the clearest of all laws, and for this reason: lawyers didn’t make it” ~Douglas William Jerrold Despite the efforts of Governor Lynch, his Attorney General and a hand full of unelected Police Chiefs around the state, The New Hampshire Senate voted this afternoon to override the Governor’s veto on a vote of 17 […]

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Where’s Our Cheese?

by Steve MacDonald August 10, 2011

…have New Hampshire’s low tax, local government, just leave me alone voters decided that a tax and spend, intrusive big government guy like Perry is the new (old) direction they want to pursue?

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Did Barney Frank Fart on National TV?

by Rick Olson August 9, 2011

” I tell you, we are here on Earth to fart around, and don’t let anybody tell you different.” ~Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Jeff Poor of the Daily Caller Live television has its drawbacks. A big one is that you never know when an accident might happen. Exhibit “A”: Monday night’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” on […]

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Christopher Hill is Running For President

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2011

Christopher Hill is running for president. Who? Chris Hill. Chris is a gulf war fighter pilot who spent time in New Hampshire working in grass roots Republican politics. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1985. I met Chris about a year and half ago, and about twelve moths ago he told me over lunch that he was fed up with the government, and was interested in running for public office. He told me he was going to run for president.

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Lynch Veto of Parental Notification Overriden! (and other good news)

by Tim Condon June 22, 2011

The New Hampshire House and Senate have just overridden New Hampshire Governor John Lynches veto of the parental notification bill

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SIlence! I kill You! – Osama Dead Laden Roundup

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2011

Ding-Dong Osama’s Dead…(you can do the rest.) The net-sphere’s are of course buzzing with the news. Osama Bin Laden, the guy with the grudge, is fetching his 72 virgins as we speak, and there is so much being said that I decided to curate some of that for you here

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Breaking News – WI Senate Votes to strip Collective Bargaining Rights without Dems

by Steve MacDonald March 9, 2011

On Wednesday night, Republican senators convened and removed fiscal items from the bill so that they could vote on other issues, including the collective bargaining rights of public employee unions. The vote to pass the remaining bill was 18-1.

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Little Footprints In The Digital Snow

by Steve MacDonald December 22, 2010

Some of the establishment ‘insiders’ in the New Hampshire political news firmament are clinging to their status as the connected resource for information, defending their political crack house like some kind of punditry-pusher for the news junkies in the Granite state.

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Obama Appoints Shaheen to UN [Updated 2.0]

by Steve MacDonald September 16, 2010

September 16, 2010 2:00 AM (2AM?) WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced his intent to nominate Sen. Jeanne Shaheen to serve as representative of the United States to the 65th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. "I am honored to have the opportunity to serve as representative of the United […]

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Democrats “Deem” Next Years Budget In Late Night Vote

by Steve MacDonald July 2, 2010

  According to Human Events late last night the Democrat majority Congress attached a document which ‘Deemed as passed’ a 1.12 trillion dollar budget.  The document was attached to the War supplemental bill and approved on partisan lines (despite bi-partisan objection) 215-210. It will come as no surprise to New Hampshire residents that Both Paul […]

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Ayotte’s New Fan Page On Facebook

by Steve MacDonald June 23, 2010

There’s a new facebook page up with the unoriginal goal of making Kelly Ayotte look goofy.  It’s called Kelly Ayatch.  The page features a rather unflattering picture of Kelly Ayotte with an angry look.  And Kelly’s favorite television show…Rachel Maddow.  And this may come as a surprise but several of the four Kelly Ayatch friends, like Barack Obama.  The page’s first friend […]

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Breaking News: Forbes endorses Lamontagne for US Senate

by S@cc3r08 January 27, 2010

In a statement released today by the Ovide for Senate 2010 campaign Steve Forbes has formally endorsed Ovide Lamontagne for the US Senate.  

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