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Oct 2018 top ten

It’s Our First Top-Ten (October, 2018) on the New Website

In the early part of October, we stopped sticking our toe in the ‘New Website’ water and jumped. Pushed might be a better word. The old site lacked updated security features and we were suspicious of another potential breach so in we went. Splash! Complete with a slowly rotating top-5, at the top of the home …

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Chris Pappas – Spoken like a true Collectivist! He’s not grooving to “Live Free or Die”

UPDATED and BUMPED (from 10/16/2012): Chris Pappas, now running for Congress instead of NH Exec. Council back then, hates our “Live Free or Die” motto – said so himself. He’s all about putting the “Common Good” above your Freedom. You need to send him a message of “no, it isn’t”:

“…it is clear that the idea of Freedom necessarily is subservient to what he believes to be the constant Progressive Ideal: “the Common Good”.

September

What was “Hot on the ‘Grok” for September?

Did you know that September is “better breakfast” month? What if you don’t eat breakfast? It is the month of 10 different observances or awareness campaigns and 11 foods. They are Bourbon, wine, chicken, honey, mushrooms – which together sound like an appetizer at any number of restaurants trying to up their foodie cred. September is …

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[Update 2] Welcome to Grok 3.0 (Still under construction…)

[Update 2] Disqus is now operational. The mobile version still needs formatting. The Hot on the Grok section needs work. We have a few other tweaks and some bigger backend tricks to work out but it’s all coming together. [Update] Disqus Comment system did not come along with the rest of the site so it’s not connected yet. …

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Attention New Hampshire State Reps: Your Voting Record Matters

by James Kofalt Too many State Reps get away with positioning themselves one way and then voting an entirely different way. On the “R” side of the fence, we always seem to have a handful of Republicans who vote with the Democrat platform more often than they vote with the GOP. CarolynGargasz (R, Hollis) has straddled …

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The Grok Top Ten for August: Woodburns and Sullivans and Whiteness, Oh My!

August was a great month for our readers as a number of interesting Democrat scandals provided gist for the blogging mill. We also had heavy traffic on stories linked to both New Hampshire Republican primaries in CD-1 and CD-2. Then there’s the fledgling “New Hampshire is too white” commission which drove so much traffic that a post …

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Uh-oh! Did somebody forget to pay their domain registration bill?

BUMPED from 6/6/2012.  Moron. Better stuff coming back in a while – VOTE Bill Kuch! Somebody wasn’t paying attention to details, were they?  It does happen – and it more often than some folks will admit to.  However, this is not what I expected to see when I went over to David Boutin’s NH Senate …

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GrokEndorsement Executive Council, District 4. This is Very Impressive!

To date, we have only issued one endorsement: Steve Negron running to represent New Hampshire from NH’s Second Congressional District (“CD-2”).  Today, we add another. While all writers have the freedom to endorse anyone they want as individuals, official GraniteGrok endorsements require a majority of all of the writers voting (not everyone votes).  While we …

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