GrokTALK! Round Table – Kool Aid And Constitutions…

by Steve MacDonald October 3, 2014
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In Segment three we have a round table discussion covering the flavor of the local Kool Aid®, the bi-partisanship of source documents, TV news and your blood pressure, lefties looking for real progressives for president, how conservatives have already lost the election for Republicans, and more…(30 min) Listen to or Download the full podcast on […]

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Smokey Bear To Be Replaced By ‘Permit’ the Frog

by Steve MacDonald September 25, 2014
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The US Forrest service is preparing to demand tithing from the media.  Pay a fee for a permit and we’ll let you take pictures on public land.  No, it was not announced by a guy in a dark pinstriped suit named Vinnie.  Hey, youse wanttotake some pictures?  C’mere first.” Forest service censorship.  Violators will be […]

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Media Promotes Riot Culture

by Steve MacDonald August 26, 2014
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Twenty year-old Dillion Taylor, a young White-Hispanic male with a sketchy criminal past, was shot and killed by a black police officer  in Utah two days after the police related shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri by a white police officer. “Black cop kills unarmed white male #DillonTaylor in Utah,” says a Thursday post […]

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What Passes As Un-Biased News Reporting About Israel

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2014
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What Passes As Un-Biased News Reporting About Israel…

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Data Point – Public confidence in the Mainstream Media

by Skip June 20, 2014

 newspapers: fallen to 22 percent, down from 23 percent last year and tying the record low in 2007. higher levels of public confidence in institutions that are often criticized by the press: the military (74%) small business (62%) the police (53%) organized religion (45%). Heh!: Faith in the U.S. Congress currently stands at seven percent, down […]

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Obama IRS Hides Emails on Scandal – Media Hides Scandal

by Steve MacDonald June 15, 2014
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Who wants to bet that you wont find this story displayed prominently on the front pages of the Concord Monitor, Portsmouth Herald, Keene Sentinel, in Laconia, Dover, Conway, or at the Nashua Telegraph?  Obama IRS hides emails on Scandal – Media Hides Scandal (to Protect Democrat President). But here we have a former senior official […]

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Voter ID Popular with NH Citizens But Not The NH Media?

by Steve MacDonald May 15, 2014
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The Dartmouth College of Sexual Assault and Left-Wing Learning recently produced data that demonstrated high approval among registered NH voters for requiring ID to vote.  Seventy-five percent of those polled, many of whom also favored a gender equality amendment and stricter gun control, thought that presenting an ID at the polls was a good idea.  […]

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Not Unexpectedly – Democrats & Media Lied About IRS Targeting Left Wing Groups

by Steve MacDonald April 7, 2014
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“IRS agents testified before Congress that the agency’s political targeting did not apply to progressive groups as Democrats and the media have claimed,…” “Only seven applications in the IRS backlog contained the word ‘progressive,’ all of which were then approved by the IRS, while Tea Party groups received unprecedented review and experienced years-long delays. While […]

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Where Is NH Media on A Gun Running Politician?

by Steve MacDonald April 3, 2014
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In case there is any doubt that there is a media preference for Democrats let’s just clear that up…Again. A quick search of three local Newspapers near me, provides some perspective. I Searched three items.  Leland Yee, the gun-running anti-gun Democrat State Senator from CA, Wendy Davis–a Democrat State senator from TX (and candidate for […]

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Wendy Davis Campaign Aborts Texas Media

by Steve MacDonald January 31, 2014

I think we all know how ‘sensitive’ New Hampshire Democrats get when you start playing games with ‘press access.’  So I wonder what their thoughts are with regard to  what their Abortion Goddess Wendy Davis just did in Travis County, Texas. The Travis County Democratic Party held a fundraiser with Wendy Davis on Tuesday, and […]

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Even in our jammies…

by Susan Olsen January 18, 2014

Attorney and professor Eugene Volokh is a tireless and ferocious warrior for liberty.  He wins another one for the good guys.

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The Coalition of the Wild Eyed.

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2013
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The NRSC has a new video out. I’m no party pulpit-pounder but this does a neat job of encapsulating the uncivil rhetoric from the left with regard to the continuing resolution battle and the Obama shutdown.

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Firearms and the Media… Red Faced Again

by Scott Morales September 17, 2013
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With the soot of exploding cigars still powdery on the reddening faces of gun control pouncers like good ol’ Piers the-living-skidmark Morgan, Dianne torch-the-constitution-it-hurts-my-head Feinstein, and a myriad of others in the media that prematurely wet themselves in anticipation of yet another anti-gun debate trundling its way into public with fresh evidence of an “assault […]

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Will NH Media Need To BackTrack or Will They Draw A Red Line On Obama’s Red Line?

by Steve MacDonald September 4, 2013
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On September 1st Seacoast Online wrote that… Obama long ago said the use of chemical weapons was a “red line” Assad would not be allowed to cross with impunity. August 28th, Nashua Telegraph… Obama has said the use of chemical weapons would cross a “red line,” suggesting it would trigger U.S. intervention in the bloody, […]

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Bill Whittle – Afterburner: The Truth About Trayvon

by Steve MacDonald July 23, 2013

Things most of the world still does not know about that ‘little angel, the “white Hispanic” guy, and journalists.

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Coincidence? Obama Media Collectively Grinding the Stand Your Ground Axe

by Steve MacDonald July 19, 2013

What a coincidence.  Jury decision.  Holder is marched out to says the words “Stand Your Ground,” my own NH AG gives it the old liberal Amen, and the very next day the Obama Media has begun collectively grinding the stand your ground axe like it was some progressive Gregorian chant. And look! Democrat Dick Durbin […]

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Data Point – It’s almost to the point where nobody cares about newspapers

by Skip June 17, 2013

Hear that, Michael Kitch? Unlike the supposed “demographic death spiral” that Sen. Lindsay “Gramnesty” is predicting for the GOP if we don’t legalize 50 million illegals, this IS a death down slope for this leg of the MSM.  How can you have a biz model where 77% of your consumers don’t know or truly don’t […]

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Abortion and the Media in One Cartoon…

by Steve MacDonald April 22, 2013

..and just the tip of the media bias iceberg. H/T Cahnman’s Musings

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The U.S. government joins China to target an American newspaper….

by Tim Condon March 18, 2013

Well, well, well: President Obama, U.S. Attorney General Holder, and the Chinese communist dictatorship have teamed up to attack an American newspaper, using a little-known federal law. Coincidentally, no doubt, it’s a newspaper that doesn’t openly support any of the three (unlike, say, the Washington Post or the New York Times). Read all about it. (And […]

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The Lesson From Phil Mickelson

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2013

Phil Mickelson made some observations about his taxes.   He said they were getting kind of high for his tastes and he might move from California to another state. The media got in their freight train and ran Phil over. So what is the lesson for all the other ‘Phil Mickelsons’ who are successful but live […]

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Update to Barry / Stacie Lawton’s NH House Representative career

by Skip November 27, 2012

Union Leader: “I don’t think it would look good for the state,” she said. “I don’t think it would look good for the party, and I don’t think that the citizens would like to see their beloved representative-elect be expelled.” As Steve pointed out in his post, Stacie Marie / Barry Laughton decided that disclosing […]

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Media Revolt? Don’t Hold Your Breath.

by Steve MacDonald September 21, 2012

The Univison interview of Barack Uh..Um..Er..Oh..Bama will go down in history as perhaps the first time Barack Obama has had to face tough questions, as president, from the media.  This is in part because the media loves him, and in part due to the administrations ability to use that love-affair to control the message, by […]

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From the Pages Of “You Go Girl”: Woman Slaps the Sh$t Out of the Media!

by Scott Morales September 14, 2012

(h/t Weekly Standard)

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Media Millions

by Steve MacDonald May 29, 2012

While the 99% and the Democrats are bashing bankers for not sharing their wealth, take a look at the people running media and entertainment.  (Just to give you a baseline, the most well paid “banker” had 21 million in compensation in the same year.) Les Moonves, the CEO of CBS Corp. (CBS), was paid $69.9 […]

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Mainstream Media? I bet that Politicians still know that the TEA Party is still around…

by Mike May 11, 2012

(H/T: TownHall)

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Media Irresponsibility

by Don April 15, 2012

The editorial in Friday’s The Citizen, reprinted from the Concord Monitor was totally irresponsible.  So, I submitted the following as community commentary to The Citizen, and something similar to the Concord Monitor.  I doubt they will publish my input: +++++++++++++ Please check the attribution of The Citizen’s April 13, 2012 editorial, titled, “A budget to […]

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Newt Gingrich:

by Tim Condon March 5, 2012

THIS is yet another reason I voted for him, and hope he wins the GOP nomination.

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Guess who is leading the media parade? Yeah, he lives in that White House…

by Skip January 25, 2012

I am just going to keep saying this, and saying this, and saying this while the Presidential campaign is ongoing: Will the Press be willing to do that investigative homework?  Or, will this still hold true: After all, at the Washington Press Corp Dinner where Obama let this loose: “Most of you all covered me… […]

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Then there are the idiot editorial writers at the Portsmouth Herald….

by Tim Condon January 9, 2012

I just love it when we can go after the lamestream media here in New Hampshire…and the Portsmouth Herald certainly qualifies as “lamestream”! Portsmouth Herald Editorial Board again engages in fiction writing, continues regurgitating inaccurate Democrat and Union Boss talking points Despite the looming New Hampshire Republican primary, the Portsmouth Herald used its editorial space on the Sunday before […]

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The Media’s New Peep Show

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2011

Several in the New Hampshire dead tree press, and their digital protrusions, are jumping on the latest trend in information sharing (or lack of it, actually), the registration wall. The registration wall is similar to the pay-wall except that you can receive limited access (or metered) content for free, but only up to a point. It’s the velvet rope that leads to another velvet rope from which you can see through the open door, but no more.

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