Democrats: Are You Paying Your Campaign Workers a ‘Living Wage?’

by Steve MacDonald April 16, 2018

Torn from the headlines at, a question of epic and historical weight. Why won’t Democrats let their campaign workers unionize? When workers on one self-proclaimed progressive’s congressional campaign decided to unionize, they ran into “classic union busting” tactics, according [to] a former staffer, who asked that he and the campaign remain anonymous for fear of […]

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Republicans Thinking About Running for the NH House….

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2018

The 603 Alliance Invites GOP Candidates (and Potential Candidates) for State Rep to attend a State Rep Recruitment Seminar. This event will help prospective candidates understand what it means to run for State Rep. and discuss how the 603 Alliance may be able to assist you through the Initiative 18 Project, which can include training, mentoring, help with signs, […]

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Clinton Ignored Recommendation to Fire Top Adviser Accused of Sexual Harassment

by Steve MacDonald January 26, 2018

Hillary Clinton covering up or ignoring sexual harassment is hardly a story. But I’m bored. This one is from 2008, and there’s gotta be more stories like this out there. A 30-year-old woman who shared an office with Strider told a campaign official that he had kissed her on the forehead, rubbed her shoulders inappropriately, […]

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To Democrats Still Bitching About the Election…

by Steve MacDonald December 9, 2016

To Democrats bitching about winning the national popular vote and losing the electoral college (one more time). What was your pre-election day strategy? Was it to win the electoral college vote (win the state’s electors) or to just win more of the national popular vote in Democrat enclaves like California and New York? Let me […]

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Forrester and Van Ostern Camps Caught Up In Illegal Coordination Complaint

by Steve MacDonald September 2, 2016

Rich Girard has filed a formal and detailed complaint with Attorney General Joe Foster that begins with this. I am writing to request you investigate what appears to be illegal campaign coordination per RSA 664:2 between the Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) and the gubernatorial campaigns of Republican Jeanie Forrester and Democrat Colin Van Ostern.  At […]

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Hillary Clinton Campaign Server Hacked

by Steve MacDonald August 1, 2016
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Brought to you by “the party of” science, technology, and national security (That’s sarcasm, people): Hillary’s campaign servers have just been hacked. (Emphasis in original.) In the third cyberattack on Democratic Party-related servers, Reuters reports that the computer network used by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked. This follows hacks of the DNC […]

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Nothing to See Here – Back to the Revolution

by Ed Naile March 6, 2016

The investigation by Federal Authorities into unlawful campaign donations doesn’t have a lot of meat on its bones from what I can see. If you look at Bernie’s FEC Filings it is apparent a lot of his supporters, probably senior citizens or people unfamiliar with campaign donation limits, were making repeated, small donations which in […]

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The Problem With Perry

by Steve MacDonald September 14, 2015

From a Conservative Blogger inside Texas, on Governor Rick Perry He was a champion on pro-Life issues, and he never raised taxes (in a consequential manner) or made pre-K an emergency item. In partisan fights against the Democrats, he was a reliable ally. Unfortunately, both in Texas and Nationally, the most important fights are no […]

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Please Help us Fund a Spreaker Campaign

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2015
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We are looking for donations to help promote GrokTALK! on Spreaker. We’d like to be able to expand the audience but we need your support to help fund the campaign. If you can, please give a few dollars (or a few more dollars) to help us expand our reach. You can give at or […]

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LOL! Only 6 people at a Hillary ‘reset’ party in one Iowa town

by Kimberly Morin June 13, 2015

CNN hosts calls it ‘pitiful’. Apparently the Hillary Clinton campaign was holding ‘watch parties’ across Iowa today. Looks like there are about as many people excited to see Hillary as there are who enjoy watching paint dry. h/t Christy Waters

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GOP seeing the money dry up – and unwilling to voice the real reason

by Skip September 30, 2014

Once in a while (a rare while, I will post up a complete post from elsewhere – this time, from Bill Quick at Daily Pundit (via Instapundit) (emphasis mine): Stinking Chickens Coming Home to Roost for Gentry GOP Republicans See Money Drying Up in Final Weeks – The disparity has led to mounting frustration […]

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Senator Bob Smith – GrokTALK! June7th, 2014

by Steve MacDonald June 12, 2014
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In segment Four Senator Bob Smith joins us to talk about the NH US Senate campaign to challenge Democrat Jeanne Shaheen.  We talk VA wait lists and solutons, Bowe Bergdahl, energy policy,  the problem with accommodating the left, defending Republican principles and more… Bob Smith for Senate.  Facebook.  Twitter. Segment Three – Senator Bob Smith […]

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Des Moines Register – Front Page

by Steve MacDonald October 25, 2012

Romney Expresses Optimism Obama Sharpens Criticism Updated with links to the stories and bumped – Mike. H/T Twitchy

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Note From Julianna Smoot – Deputy Campaign Manager – Obama For America [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald October 15, 2012

Update: Politico is now reporting on this – ‘Obama Camp uses Guilt In Fundraiser Email.’ (Me: What’s next, Calling them racists if they don’t donate?) Original post I recently received this email from Obama for America Steve — According to our records associated with this email address — hopefully it’s yours if you’re reading this! […]

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Upcoming Obama Portsmouth Visit Angers Parents -Schools Will Have To Close [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald September 5, 2012

Portsmouth has announced that it will cancel school on Friday to accommodate President Obama’s visit.  The presence of dear leader will clog up traffic, block roads, and result in building closures so the district has thrown in the towel.  They will have to make the day up In May. This is not a decision in […]

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Perry Drops Out

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2012

Not sure I need to say much more, but when has that ever stopped me? Perry had a huge advantage but squandered it by being too casual about the public debate personae.  The end result was the crash and burn of an otherwise competent conservative with far fewer negatives than the rest of the field […]

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Palin for President (?)

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2011

It seems obvious that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is going to announce her intention to run for the Republican nomination on September third, the three year anniversary of her accepting the nomination for Vice President. The pundits are lining up in agreement.

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Obama 2012

by Steve MacDonald April 12, 2011
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Can You Smell The Campaign Fires?

by Steve MacDonald February 10, 2011

After two years of extravagance on the taxpayer dime. Week after week of high priced parties with expensive food and high priced entertainment. Date nights that shut down cities. Frivolous trips (in his and her jetliners complete with entourage) to various parts of the globe. Vacation, after vacation, after vacation. And despite the glamor of a designer wardrobe, pimped by the adoring media for the past 24 months, we are now supposed to be impressed by this?

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A Picture is Worth…

by Steve MacDonald October 20, 2010

I never did put this picture with my original post on it from Sunday morning.  (Post here). Picture below.  

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Sign Of The Times

by Steve MacDonald October 17, 2010

Bob Nickerson of Sandown had a campaign sign confiscated. It was a Carol Shea-Porter sign he had modified himself to say “Dump Shea-Porter Out Of Congress, Nancy Pelosi’s Lap Dog.” His first mistake seems to have been sending the Seiu-Porter campaign a picture of it. The campaign notified local police based on a state law that prohibits defacing campaign signs, and at the end of it all Bob lost his sign.

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Democrats Pull Resources From Seiu-Porter?

by Steve MacDonald October 12, 2010

Red State is reporting that the DSCC has pulled a Party operative who was supposed to be helping Carol Shea-Porter, and moved them down to Delaware to help the Democrat Senatorial candidate Coons. That means they are afraid Coons needs help despite polling that shows him way ahead, and that Carol is expendable. I can’t […]

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