The Democrat Utopia of Baltimore Sets a New Murder Record

by Steve MacDonald January 5, 2016
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In 2015 Baltimore, Maryland set a new per-capita murder record. This is thanks, in part, to its previous mayor (the state’s former Gov. and current Democrat presidential candidate Martin “anti-gun” O’Malley), and the current mayor with her “rioters need room to riot” policies. This is just speculation but the room to destroy policy might have something to do […]

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Maryland “gun fingerprint” database shut down without solving a single case

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2015
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Erin Cox |Baltimore Sun: Millions of dollars later, Maryland has officially decided that its 15-year effort to store and catalog the “fingerprints” of thousands of handguns was a failure. Since 2000, the state required that gun manufacturers fire every handgun to be sold here and send the spent bullet casing to authorities. The idea was […]

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Michelle Bensingor – Dual Voter Worked In NH on Shaheen For Senate

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2014
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Michelle Bensingor worked for the New Hampshire Democrat Party in 2008.  She worked for Shaheen for Senate in 2008.  She registered to vote and voted in Manchester in 2008. Ed Naile and Girard at Large are reporting that Michelle Bensingor has been an active registered voter in Maryland since 2003 and still is…   Many […]

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But isn’t John H Sununu a Republican that attacks Democrats?

by Skip August 21, 2014

The tax problem that Walt Havenstein has, taking a homestead tax credit that he should not have, is certainly making the news.  Yet, I thought this was rather amusing by former NH Gov and former NH GOP Chair John E. Sununu in a “rousing” defense of Havenstein in the UL: Former Gov. John H Sununu, […]

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The ‘Truth’ Depends On Which Room (or State) You Are In.

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2014

I’ve seen enough evidence to prove Walt Havensein meets the technical qualification for NH Residency.  He certainly has more right to vote here than non-resident Democrat staffers, roving bands of Obama Courtiers, or progressive party camp followers.   Walt’s problem is much deeper than that, or this… In 2007, Havenstein signed a pair of affidavits pledging […]

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Yeah, and the Democrats keep picking on it

by Skip April 24, 2014

Voter fraud, that is.  We’ve put up a lot of the names of the perpetual Democrat / Organizing for Obama [American socialists] that come here to work on campaigns, staying at Democrat “nest” homes, quick vote here in NH, and then skedaddle out to the next piece of work.  We’ve caught the double registrants and […]

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This Article Is About Ace Reporters – Not Candidates, Let’s Make That Clear

by Ed Naile March 29, 2014

Just as anticipated, the Nashua paper’s ace political reporter is doing a second story about a possible Republican candidate for governor. The last story the ace political reporter from Nashua did on this same candidate and issue was March 23. Today’s revelation is that the potential Republican candidate HAD A DRIVER’S LICENSE IN MARYLAND within […]

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Maryland Anti-Self Defense Law To Take Effect

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2013
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On Tuesday a new anti-self defense law will take effect in Maryland.  The law bans 45 types of firearms–current owners can keep the ones they already own (for now), and limits magazines to 10 rounds.  Most of the weapons are (I beleive) rifles, AR’s, you know, whatever looks scary to a Democrat.  But a number […]

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Just So We’re Clear…You Admit She Hasn’t Lived Here For Years…

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

Just so we’re clear… “[Andrea] Riccio, explained Fuller Clark, was her 2008 campaign manager, moved to Washington, D.C. in 2009, and has not lived in New Hampshire, or voted in the state, since then.” -Seacoast Online But she “lived here” long enough in 2012 to vote in New Hampshire, while on the payroll of a […]

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She Can Speak For Herself

by Steve MacDonald April 4, 2013

Reading a prepared statement, a 15 year old in Maryland addresses the  problems of more gun control legislation.  Since she is not talking about her right to contraception, abortion, or some other left-wing victim class entree she will be vilified by progressives as a prop, tool, shill, or maybe something even less flattering.

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Will Beretta Leave Maryland?

by Steve MacDonald February 26, 2013

Moving costs money but the owners of Beretta are thinking it might be time. Beretta is weighing whether the rifle line (which would now be illegal if proposed legislation becomes law), and perhaps the company itself, should stay in a place increasingly hostile toward its products. Its iconic 9mm pistol — carried by every U.S. […]

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Democrat Culture of Corruption – More Voter Fraud

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2012

In Maryland’s 1st congressional district, Democrat candidate Wendy Rosen has dropped out.  Why?  Since 2006 she has been registered to vote in Florida and Maryland and has been voting in both states. This is not just some mislead college student who has been convinced that voting by absentee ballot is too much trouble, this is […]

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Maryland – A US Senate Race to Watch

by Steve MacDonald April 26, 2012

Maryland manages to suffer from its proximity to the bureaucratic beast that is Washington DC (and the Bos-Wash blue belt of the Atlantic coast), and as such is a place where Democrats just expect to get elected.  But Republican Dan Bongino is making an impression in his quest to challenge Maryland incumbent Senator Ben Cardin. […]

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Maryland Can’t Pass Same Sex Marriage

by Steve MacDonald March 11, 2011

Tim Gill won’t be happy. He and Political Outgiving have been pouring money into Maryland and the pockets of its governor, Martin O’Malley, O’Malley was one of Tim Gill’s special guests at last years secret gathering along with our own governor John Lynch. The goal was, as it was in New Hampshire, to buy up local politicians at the state house level and ensure the governor of finanaical support to pass same sex marriage.

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Fish Kill

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2011

Maryland’s head of the Department of Environment knows what caused two million fish to die.

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