Governor Hassan

NH Democrats double down on state-sanctioned racism and discrimination

by Kimberly Morin March 25, 2016

Yesterday New Hampshire Senate Democrats decided to own racism, discrimination and gender bias. They voted against an amendment to Senate Bill 336 that would end over 90 years of state-sanctioned racism and discrimination. Rather than end these practices they decided to double down on them by voting for another amendment presented by Senator David Pierce […]

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Hillary Clinton uses Moms Demand Hack to Plant Gun Control Question in New Hampshire

by Kimberly Morin October 3, 2015

Clearly Hillary Clinton thinks Granite Staters are stupid. She used a known Moms Demand hack to plant a gun control question at one of her ‘town halls’ recently.

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Susan Olsen Talks to Peter St. James about Veto Overrides and More!

by Kimberly Morin September 14, 2015

Susan Olsen doesn’t hold back when talking with Peter St. James on WTPL 107.7 about veto overrides coming up this week… this is a must listen!!!

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Hassan is playing ‘doctor’ again: Treating all NH citizens like drug addicts

by Kimberly Morin September 4, 2015

Yesterday Governor Hassan sent out a press release that calls for more mandates on prescribing physicians when it comes to opioids. ‘Doctor Hassan’ somehow believes that inserting herself in between a doctor and a patient is somehow going to stop drug abuse in the state. To date, none of her initiatives have done anything to […]

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Are YOU Suitable? Governor Hassan Doesn’t think So

by Kimberly Morin August 12, 2015

Governor Hassan vetoed legislation that would have ended almost 100 years of state-sanctioned discrimination. It is now time to override her veto by letting the New Hampshire Senate know Granite Staters will not tolerate the undefined discriminatory practice of ‘suitability’ to continue.

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Why did Hassan push Planned Parenthood vote rather than investigate?

by Kimberly Morin August 5, 2015

Today was the much anticipated vote of New Hampshire’s Executive Council on the funding of the over $600,000 Planned Parenthood contract. In light of the recent and horrific videos that show Planned Parenthood harvesting human baby body parts, many in New Hampshire were outraged that the organization was getting any money from taxpayers at all.

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New Hampshire Democrats support selling human baby body parts

by Kimberly Morin August 4, 2015

Today the Center for Medical Progress released another video in their undercover investigative series about Planned Parenthood. The videos have all shown that Planned Parenthood is in the business of harvesting human baby body parts and selling them to buyers.

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New Ad from Citizens for a Strong NH nails Hassan for ‘climbing’ over Granite Staters

by Kimberly Morin July 23, 2015

Speculation over Governor Hassan running against Kelly Ayotte for the senate seat is still floating around the state house. In the meantime, it’s the perfect time to expose Hassan’s dismal record as governor. And this only scratches the surface!

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It’s time New Hampshire taxpayers stop funding Planned Parenthood

by Kimberly Morin July 17, 2015

In an editorial yesterday, the Union Leader called Planned Parenthood’s practice of selling dead baby body parts a “Harvest of Horror.” This is only scratching the surface of the horror show known as Planned Parenthood. The organization was conceived by well-known racist Margaret Sanger along with eugenicists to “cull the less desirables.” With Planned Parenthood’s […]

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Hassan doubles down in her support of state-sanctioned discrimination

by Kimberly Morin July 7, 2015

Today Governor Hassan sent out a fundraising pitch in which she doubles down on her support for the continuation of state-sanctioned discrimination, racism and gender bias. In her email, she claims Senate Bill 116 is a “radical right-wing bill” and claims it would allow just “anyone” to carry concealed without a license.

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Does Gov. Hassan Support the UCC Resolution Against Israel?

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2015
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New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan is a proud member of the United Church of Christ (UCC), as are many New Hampshire Democrats. They are “proud” because the UCC works chiefly as a social justice community organizer, promoting left-wing dogma. Their on-line presence lists priorities that could just as easily be a bullet list of talking points […]

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SIGN THE PETITION – Tell Governor Hassan to END state-sanctioned discrimination!

by Kimberly Morin June 22, 2015

The Women’s Defense League has been fighting to end sanctioned discrimination, gender bias and racism since last year. They have been working to pass Senate Bill 116 which will END the state allowing police chiefs to discriminate at their will.  Sign the petition and HELP THEM push even more to END this!

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Congressional Democrats want more women to be brutally murdered like Carol Bowne

by Kimberly Morin June 13, 2015

Recall the horrific story about New Jersey woman Carol Bowne who was stabbed to death by her ex-boyfriend recently. Bowne was stabbed to death while waiting to get permission from her police chief to purchase a firearm to protect herself. Congressional Democrats in Washington D.C. have decided they want more women like Carol Bowne to […]

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Stubborn things

by Susan Olsen June 12, 2015

It occurred to me that perhaps Governor Hassan’s Most High Deputy Minion (MHDM) Christopher Kennedy may have found himself between a rock and a hard place after yesterday’s meeting with representatives of the Women’s Defense League where he was presented with the history of NH’s 92 years of legal discrimination. How so, you might ask. […]

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Woman brutally murdered shows why pistol license laws are a failure

by Kimberly Morin June 5, 2015

On Wednesday a 39 year old woman in Berlin Township, New Jersey was brutally murdered by her ex-boyfriend. Carol Bowne had gotten a restraining order, installed a security system, installed video cameras and on April 21 applied for a pistol permit. According to New Jersey gun laws, not only do you have to get permission […]

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Open carry versus concealed carry: Size matters

by Kimberly Morin May 28, 2015

On Tuesday the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire held a press conference to discuss the results of a poll they conducted. The poll proves that a majority of Granite Staters are against allowing the state-sanctioned discrimination of the current pistol license law to continue. The poll also showed that a whopping 89% of voters […]

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Poll: 71 Percent of Granite Staters oppose pistol license law in NH

by Kimberly Morin May 27, 2015

Yesterday the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire (The League) released poll results that clearly show Granite Staters are not happy with the current pistol license law. Susan Olsen, Legislative Director for The League spoke at a press conference in the Legislative Office Building yesterday and explained the original intent of the law – discrimination. […]

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Governor Hassan proudly moves the ‘Balsams Boondoggle’ forward

by Kimberly Morin May 20, 2015

Today Governor Hassan signed Senate Bill 30. The bill that many legislators kept saying wasn’t about the Balsams while others coined it the “Balsams Bill.” This is the boondoggle that is going to line the pockets of Les Otten while he attempts to rebuild the Balsams to create low-paying jobs in the North Country.

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Equal Rights

by Susan Olsen May 3, 2015

H/T Robert Boilard

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Constitutional Carry advances in NH House: What will Governor Hassan do?

by Kimberly Morin April 29, 2015

Today Senate Bill 116 aka Constitutional Carry was passed in bi-partisan fashion in the New Hampshire House. There was little debate on the floor with 3 representatives arguing for the bill and only 2 arguing against it. No questions were asked and the bill passed 212 – 150. The bill will go to the Senate […]

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Hassanistas Back Off Tax Grab

by Steve MacDonald July 28, 2014
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The Union leader is reporting the Democrats abrupt 180-degee-Kabuki-Dance-Walk-Back of the Hassan Administrations Tax grab.   Long story short–the Hassanistas have “pulled their request off the table,” and Democrats are trying to spin it. Allow me to cut through the Democrat BS for you. Hassanista Bureaucrats claimed the existing rules for ground leases have expired.  They […]

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Is Hassan’s $25K Donation from the IBEW Illegal or Just Unethical

by Steve MacDonald July 22, 2014
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If you search “Maggie Hassan” and “25,000” you will discover that the NHGOP has asked the NH AG’s office to determine if a $25,000.00 dollar campaign contribution to the governor from the local IBEW violates New Hampshire Campaign finance laws. I think we should get an answer on that, and not because I think it […]

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Another strike against Boutin, Stiles and other GOP Senators

by Kimberly Morin June 23, 2014

Last week I posted a blog about Governor Hassan treating innocent Granite Staters like drug abusers.  It’s only fair to call out those GOP Senators who sponsored this ridiculous invasion of privacy as well.  So here goes:  Boutin, Stiles, Obamacare Odell (luckily he’s retiring but remember he’s pushing Democrat Donor Jerry ‘knows’ Little in District […]

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Innocent Granite Staters to be treated like drug abusers by Hassan

by Kimberly Morin June 20, 2014

On Wednesday, Governor Hassan touted a new program in New Hampshire that will collect personal information on certain prescription drug users and store it in a state-controlled database.  The “Prescription Drug Monitoring Program” will be put into place in an attempt to control the behavior of the small percentage of Granite Staters who are drug addicts.  […]

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Beer Breeds Bizarre Bedfellows: Me and Maggs at the Brewery

by Scott Morales June 16, 2014
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Never let it be said that by default I’m disagreeable with those with whom I disagree.  Sure, if the opponent is a vile, loathsome cretin, I’ll let them know in very colorful piquing terms.  But for the most part I’m not the boorish sort who forgoes civility and jettisons propriety when in the company of […]

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The Sun Rises, Water is Wet, and NH’s Medicaid Commission Signs Off on Expansion

by Steve MacDonald October 17, 2013
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Everyone loves a good show but the decision of New Hampshire’s Kangaroo Court medicaid Expansion Commission, tasked with determining if the state should take the Federal bait and make Medicaid bigger, was always a foregone conclusion. State Rep. Cindy Rosenwald, D-Nashua, credited the nine-person panel with staying focused on the task at hand. “Even though […]

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Deficit – What Deficit?

by Steve MacDonald May 8, 2013

The party that is bringing civility ( see here, here, here, here, here, here (sigh) here, here, a big one right here,…) ran on the idea that the New Hampshire Republican House and Senate was leaving New Hampshire with a deficit, a presumption only “slightly” less dishonest than the notion that Democrats are civil, or half as […]

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Should we be surprised, or honored, that Gov. Hassan’s office is keeping tabs on the ‘Grok?

by Skip January 31, 2013

Well, what can I say other than “Thanks for following we ordinary schlubs at GraniteGrok!”.  I am still happily amazed that folks are interested to read what this lowly blogger has to say; when Doug and I started the ‘Grok, we thought we’d be happy with 5 folks (other than family) reading us each day. […]

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