Kevin Landrigan

Guess we can’t make funny with Kevin Landrigan anymore

by Skip August 12, 2014

In a lot of ways, the MSM has brought this upon themselves – plummeting ad revenue and dropping subscriber numbers.  Part of it has been the Internet but to a large degree, and there are no small number of folks that would agree with me, it has been the ever leftward inching that the media […]

Read the full article →

Duck Protection 101 – a video never seen by NH Duckgate’s David Campbell

by Skip June 1, 2014

Nary a thought by David Campbell to watch this entry level training film for the protection of our feathery friends: Such a sorrow that he missed this simple little lecture.  Look, it didn’t even need words to be understood what brave action had to be taken!  Shame, that – his friend would still have his […]

Read the full article →

Thanks For The Deaths And Resignations…

by Steve MacDonald March 20, 2014
Thumbnail image for Thanks For The Deaths And Resignations…

I have always considered the word “thanks,” unless presented with sarcasm as if to say “well, thanks a lot,” to have a positive connotation, until now. Kevin Landrigan CONCORD – Thanks to deaths and resignations, the 400-member House of Representatives is down to 388 strong. Then there is the awkward,  “down to 388 Strong.” I […]

Read the full article →

Have you Looked in the Mirror Lately?

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2014
Thumbnail image for Have you Looked in the Mirror Lately?

Yesterday afternoon a NH House Rep. sent me a “heads up” that the Nashua Telegraph’s political doodler Kevin Landrigan had made note (on Facebook) of the frequency of articles at GraniteGrok regarding the DuckGate case of Nashua NH House Democrat David Campbell–a case with a number of unanswered questions that suggest a police commissioner helped […]

Read the full article →

A Two-fer: Kevin Landrigan and the NH GOP

by Skip January 5, 2014

From Kevin Landrigan (political writer at Nashua Telegraph, that daily of declining readership) (reformatted, emphasis mine): Boosting AFP The state chapter of Americans for Prosperity is staffing up with a local talent.  Ross Connolly will start as a field coordinator Wednesday after having a similar role with AFP in New Jersey.  He worked Hillsborough for […]

Read the full article →

In 2014 The NH-GOP Needs To Be The Party That Defends Ballot Intergity

by Steve MacDonald January 1, 2014
Thumbnail image for In 2014 The NH-GOP Needs To Be The Party That Defends Ballot Intergity

In late December the Nashua Telegraph and Kevin Landrigan reported on the dual residency of once and no longer candidate for New Hampshire Governor, Chuck Rolecek.  The ‘investigation’ pointed out residency rules in South Carolina required to take advantage of certain property tax benefits in that state.   Drivers licenses, that sort of thing.  it was […]

Read the full article →

Every NH Progressive is a foot soldier in NH State Rep Petey Sullivan’s “Tolerance & Diversity” Army

by Skip December 3, 2013

Those NH Progressives – such a tolerant bunch – they love EVERYONE.  Nice to see that Peter Sullivan has marshalled them all behind him in the Democrat War On Women and Minorities and showing that they hate religion – see this Facebook entry by Sullivan? “Yeah, I said it, and I stand by it. The […]

Read the full article →

Whatsa matta John DiStaso, don’t like the ‘Grok much?

by Skip January 6, 2013

“As New Hampshirite Steve MacDonald notes, “this sounds like tyranny.” Given that Rush Limbaugh brought up NH Democrat House Rep Cynthia Chase’s name (AND STEVE MAC DONALDS!!) this past Friday, it was expected that the local NH media would be FORCED to also give a few column inches as well.  And DiStaso of the UL […]

Read the full article →

Kevin Landrigan – how often do you call the subjects of your reporting?

by Skip December 1, 2012

Kevin Landrigan?  Did you even BOTHER to contact Jack?  Or is this merely simple plagiarism? “Defrocked Republican State Chairman Jack Kimball hosted a meeting Friday to express outrage about the Horn ascendancy and volunteered to run against her if no one else would.” You need to read the ‘Grok more often, or are your sources […]

Read the full article →