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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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Quick Thought: One would think that all Republicans would be voting FOR more Individual Freedoms…use your vote against them

From the NH GOP Platform: Support legislation to allow workers to decide the allocation of the portion of their union dues used for political purposes We believe in free people, free markets and free enterprise To that latter point – if unions have the mindset that they can prevent competition and lock potential workers out …

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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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Two take-aways from NH’s “opting out” of the all but mandatory paid family medical leave act HB 628

From the UL, Jeb Bradley seems to want to out do Donald Kreis in a given intellectual proposition (a few fries less than a current Happy Meal): In the week before the bill came up for Senate committee review, however, he issued a letter in opposition. The program as proposed called for payroll deductions except for …

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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.  

Podcast #159

This time around I’ve Mike Rogers on the infiltration and invasion, Dustin Siggins on the Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination draft document titled “Gender Identity Guidance,” and Greg Moore, the New Hampshire state director of Americans for Prosperity shares some post-primary election analysis.  

Economic Malpractice

We continue the discussion with Greg Moore from Americans for Prosperity on Government meddling with medical care and coverage and the economic malpractice that results–fewer startups, employment stagnation, wage deflation, and other symptoms of this regulatory disease, including those specific to New Hampshire.  

Feb 27th, 2016 Podcast

AFP State director Greg Moore co-hosts as we welcome guests Chrissy Harbin, Stacy McCain, Michelle Levell. and Ed Naile, to talk about asset forfeiture, internet taxes, the newest Project Veritas  vote fraud video, school choice, and getting banned from twitter. It’s Talk Radio done “Right!”  

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.  

GrokTALK! Aug 22nd, 2015 Hour One

AFP State coordinator Greg Moore joins us from the Defending the Dream Summit, followed by Rick Olsen on the real “victims” of bag searches at Regal Cinemas.