Ken Eyring

GT Flashback – Ken Eyring & Tom Murray: Windham School District

by Steve MacDonald March 18, 2017

As Windham voters go to the polls I thought we should remind them what the school district and school board were like before Ken Eyring and Tom Murray got elected. The decreasing transparency, $600,000.00 no-bid contracts, and limiting public comment or input on issues affecting parents and taxpayers, plus a whole lot more. Ken has […]

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Windham Decides Between Local Control or Lobbyist Lap Dogs

by Steve MacDonald March 17, 2017

Tomorrow voters in Windham, New Hampshire will go to the polls, and one of the more important decisions they have to make is whether to allow their School Board to go forward or backward. Recent elections have moved the Windham school board away from its unaccountable past. Daniel Popovici-Muller, Tom Murray, and Ken Eyring have created […]

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Al Letizio Jr. & Dennis Senibaldi – is this one reason why they are trying to swing Windhams School Board race?

by Skip March 16, 2017

It certainly seems that way – it is clear that Al Letizio Jr. and Dennis Senibaldi don’t want ‘Grok friend Ken Eyring (the current Chair) re-elected to the Windham School Board.  Those two, and their Good Ole’ Boys (regardless of gender) seemed to treat that Board as their own fiefdom.  Once elected to the Board […]

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“And now, the rest of the” ad

by Skip March 13, 2017

I noticed that Kimberly had posted up an ad that listed what PAST Windham School Board members as she went over a lot of the problems that Windham had to endure before Ken Eyring had joined the Board (and was elected to be the Chair of that Board in March of 2015).  I just want […]

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Windham NH Town Meeting – HiJinks over the School Board elections?

by Skip March 13, 2017

Is this the rise of the Good Ole’ Boy network fighting against those that have brought Big Flashlights to dark corners? Take a listen to this segment from GirardAtLarge with current Windham School Board members Ken Eyring and Tom Murray: In reading Kimberly’s piece, it does seem that there is mischief abounding – and elections are […]

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Throwback Thursday – Eyring, Boyd, and Naile

by Steve MacDonald June 1, 2016
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From June 22nd, 2013, we talk about Judges legislating from the bench, unaccountable planning commissions, the burdens of EPA permitting Rules, plus Clinton scandals circa 2013, Obama spying, and the bureaucratic police state. Podcast RSS Feed  

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School Board Tyranny Part II

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2015
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We continue our discussion about holding elected boards accountable with Ken Eyring and Tom Murray. In Part II we dig deeper into the background on Cenergistic, and the events at the meeting that promoted the board to call the police on a taxpayer who objected to a vote on a no-bid contract without any public […]

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Windham School Board Tyranny Part I

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2015
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Ken Eyring and Tom Murray joins us to explore the issue of decreasing transparency from elected School boards (in this case, Windham), the problem of no-bid contracts, and board efforts to limit or end public comment or input on issues affecting parents and taxpayers   You can listen to the entire segment here. Follow us […]

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GrokTALK! January 17th 2015 – The Videos: Ken Eyring on the Windham School Board no bid contract

by Skip January 18, 2015

Segment 4                                                           Bonus Segment Not only has this event become clear that the actions of the Chair of the Windham School Board show ill will, it also shows a condescending attitude by Windham’s elected representatives towards its citizens / taxpayers / voters, it is showing a dangerous pattern of such going on around the State of NH: Gilford, […]

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GrokTALK! Live Stream – January 17th, 2015

by Steve MacDonald January 17, 2015
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Live stream for Saturday January 17th, 2015 from 9am to 11am EST. (The pre-show could start as early as 8:30am) Watch for twitter updates with the hashtag #GrokTALK Live broadcast by UstreamIf you don’t see it here, you can always watch it at USTREAM.tv here. Today on GrokTALK! Ed Naile  with a vote fraud update. […]

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Tomorrow on GrokTALK! Jan 17th, 2015

by Steve MacDonald January 16, 2015

Our guests this week on GrokTALK! … Ed Naile  with a vote fraud update. Dr. Jason Fodeman, M.D. from Heritage.org on Obamcare Treatment Protocols. Guy Comtois is back with the Weekly Legislative Update. Max Abramson for Justice in New Hampshire. Ken Eyring – vs. Windham School Board vs. No Bid Contracts.   Tune in here […]

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Windham School Board member Ken Eyring Letter to the Editor

by Skip January 12, 2015

WSB TRANSPARENCY When I ran for the Windham School Board (WSB), I promised transparency. Sometimes, that puts me in an uncomfortable situation when I disagree with fellow Board Members. Such is the case now, as I provide my insights regarding what I feel was a rushed 3-1-1 decision (Rekart/Joanis/Senibaldi – yes, Eyring – no, Breton […]

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School Choice for New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald March 7, 2014
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c/o Ann Marie Banfield Tuesday is a big day!! Please support these school board candidates who are pro school choice and anti Common Core. Many districts across the state have elections next Tuesday, March 11th. Please let us know if there are any others to add to our list! Bedford SAU 25 Aaron Day and […]

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Presentation on Regional Planning and Granite State Future

by Steve MacDonald October 27, 2013
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This is a complete video of the presentation sponsored by NH House Rep Jane Cormier for interested State Reps and given by our local expert on Regional Planning Comissions and their efforts (intentional or otherwise) to undermine local control, Ken Eyring. Follow this link to a PDF of the relevant links and documents that substantiate […]

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Alton Business Association / Workforce Housing Forum – Ken Eyring Part 1

by Skip September 26, 2013

After NH State Rep Jane Cormier, the main Speaker of the night was up: mild mannered, soft-spoken Ken Eyring (and possessor of a knife-sharp set of smarts; fearless too!).  What NH State Rep Dan Itse is to Constitutional knowledge, Ken is to the Gordian Knot called the Federal HUD / EPA / DOT Sustainable Communities […]

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GrokTALK! Rewind Weekend..to June 20, 2013

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2013
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We actually did a two hour show this morning and it was damn good, but for some reason or other it didn’t record so we did a show and have no show. So this week, sorry, I am reposting a previous program for our mutual enjoyment.  It comes to us from June 22nd, with guests […]

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GrokTALK! June 22, 2013

by Steve MacDonald June 23, 2013

(All links have been updated.  Previous segment post title dates have been corrected) This week on Grok Talk!… Skip and Steve open the program with the Hillary Clinton Sex scandal, Obama spying on William and Kate, Chelsea Clinton wishing she didn’t exist, Inspector Palooza and the new bureaucratic police state and the building blocks of […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Guest Bill Boyd

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Bill Boyd, town councilor from Merrimack introduces us to WS4 – the EPAs new permitting rules for storm water management by New Hampshire Municipalities, and the insane amount of money it will cost taxpayers and how unlikley it is they will be able comply with outlandish federal rules and their unrealistic time tables. Listen Here […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Guest Ken Eyring

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Ken Eyring, Gives us a refresher on the Federalization of state and local activity through the Granite State Futures Program and its puppet masters at HUD, DOT, and the EPA, the false perception of public acceptance, what the pre-determiend outcomes are at their so-called “listening sessions,” and how the deck is stacked against us. Listen […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Guest Ed Naile

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Ed Naile drops by to talk to us about the deeper implications of the recent Judge John Lewis decision regarding New Hampshire’s Scholarship program, RSA 491:22, the ongoing drama of another Lewis decision-the mobile domicile ruling (mobile domicile for Democrat voting purposes), with a tangent onto the shift in charitable giving; away from private groups […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Skip and Steve – Segment One

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Skip and Steve open the program with the Hillary Clinton Sex scandal (sort of), Obama spying on William and Kate, Chelsea Clinton wishing she didn’t exist, Inspector Palooza and the new bureaucratic police state and the building blocks of tyranny, being on “the list,” GOP Lynch-mobs, and taking the ‘free’ out of Speech. Listen Here […]

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This Week on GrokTALK!

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2013

This week when we assemble in Concord, New Hampshire to record the next edition of GrokTALK! our guests will be… Ken Eyring, to talk on anything from Granite State Futures and Listening Sessions to SB 11 and how Regional Planning affects you. Bill Boyd, Merrimack Town Councilor, stops by to give us an inside look […]

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Guest Post: Ken Eyring – Will Senate Bill 11 Confiscate Control of ALL NH Waters?

by Steve MacDonald May 15, 2013

On May 22nd, the NH House of Representatives will vote on Senate Bill 11.  It was written to enable Exeter and Stratham to jointly form a water/sewer district — but that capability already exists in State RSA Chapters 53-A, 33-B, 38, and 36.  These RSAs enabled the creation of the Merrimack Valley Regional Water District […]

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A Jail Sentence For Drinking Water

by Rick Olson August 10, 2012

“All oppression creates a state of war.”  —Simone de Beauvoir On Wednesday, July 25 Skip featured a Guest Post from Ken Eyring. The central thesis of Mr. Eyring’s post was that the NH Water Sustainability Commission gave a low-profile public notice seeking input from the public regarding management of  Granite State water resources over the next 25 […]

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NH Rep Judith Spang replies to Ken Eyring – defends the taking of water rights from property owners. Ken rebuts

by Skip July 29, 2012

Earlier this week, I had put up a Letter by Ken Eyring concerning Gov. Lynch’s Water Sustainability Commission that without any authorizing legislation or statute, is in the process of taking away your water rights.  I wrote the following preamble to that Letter: Did you know that there is an executive commission that was set […]

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GrokTV Event: Brookfield Planning Board – presentation on “Sustainable Communities Initiative” – Part 2

by Skip June 27, 2012

Ken Eyring continues and finishes his presentation of some of the paperwork that just never seems to stop once a local community signs onto the “Granite State Future Plan” (the NH adaptation of the Federal program called “Sustainable Communities Initiative”  operated by a consortium of the Federal EPA, the Federal Dept. of Transportation, and the […]

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GrokTV Event: Brookfield Planning Board – presentation on “Sustainable Communities Initiative” – Part 1

by Skip June 27, 2012

Monday night, the Brookfield, NH Planning Board heard a presentation by Ken Eyring and Eileen Mishimo on their research concerning the Federal Government pushing their Sustainable Communities Initiative (called Granite State Future Plan here in NH, a “massive entitlement / welfare program”).  Those that are pushing this agenda are doing so by making it seem […]

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GrokTV Event: Part 3 – Mary and Rick Hebbard on “Scenic Corridor (a subset of the Sustainable Communities Initiative / Granite State Future Plan) Impact on Dover, NH”

by Skip June 16, 2012

At the same meeting that Ken Eyering and Eileen Mashimo spoke about the loss of local control that happens when NH local town fathers sign onto the Sustainable Communities Initiative / Granite State Future Plan being pushed by the Federal entities of the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development), Mary […]

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GrokTV Event: Part 2 – Eileen Mashimo on “Sustainable Communities Initiative” that will Federalize local communities

by Skip June 15, 2012

After Ken Eyring presented the overall situation (the joint program of “Sustainable Communities Initiative” by the EPA, the Federal Dept. of Transportation, and by Housing and Urban Development), Eileen Mashimo stood up.  She is a researcher and she was the one that started to follow and trackdown all the known details – and the further […]

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GrokTV Event: Is the EPA / DoT / HUD “Sustainable Communities Initiative” a stealth way to Federalize local communities?

by Skip June 14, 2012

After all, that single piece of “non-binding” paper of extremely nice sounding verbiage is that quintessential “something for nothing” from a Government that is “here to help you”. Problem is, after now being a political blogger and a (former) Budget Committee member, I have a very jaded eye when ANY level of Government says “we […]

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