New Hampshire

Medicaid Expansion: What happens in N. Dakota is coming here.

by Skip July 23, 2015

Why?  When you FORCE some people into Medicaid, costs go up.  When you give something to people, they say “Someone ELSE is paying for it?  Fine!”.  North Dakota did that…and now the expense to taxpayers is now becoming seen.  And can you guess who (and which Party) is saddling the N.D. taxpayers with this (emphasis […]

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New Ad from Citizens for a Strong NH nails Hassan for ‘climbing’ over Granite Staters

by Kimberly Morin July 23, 2015

Speculation over Governor Hassan running against Kelly Ayotte for the senate seat is still floating around the state house. In the meantime, it’s the perfect time to expose Hassan’s dismal record as governor. And this only scratches the surface!

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It’s time New Hampshire taxpayers stop funding Planned Parenthood

by Kimberly Morin July 17, 2015

In an editorial yesterday, the Union Leader called Planned Parenthood’s practice of selling dead baby body parts a “Harvest of Horror.” This is only scratching the surface of the horror show known as Planned Parenthood. The organization was conceived by well-known racist Margaret Sanger along with eugenicists to “cull the less desirables.” With Planned Parenthood’s […]

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Terry Bean is Back in the News – In Oregon

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2015
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Prominent Gay Rights activist, one-percenter, and Democrat party money man Terry Bean has been pinging my Google alert all week. Seems he has bought off the minor he is accused of raping to the tune of “the lad doesn’t want to press charges anymore.” Bean is now asking a judge to drop the criminal case because […]

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Elaine Andrews Ahern’s Huge Problem Is The NHDP’s Problem

by Steve MacDonald July 8, 2015
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The Democrat bench in New Hampshire is having a rough year. Three New Hampshire House special elections. Three humiliating defeats. The last two losses to young Republicans, both under the age of twenty, both running on smaller, less intrusive government and tax relief for business owners–the latter a key component of the Republican State budget declared irresponsible by […]

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Hassan doubles down in her support of state-sanctioned discrimination

by Kimberly Morin July 7, 2015

Today Governor Hassan sent out a fundraising pitch in which she doubles down on her support for the continuation of state-sanctioned discrimination, racism and gender bias. In her email, she claims Senate Bill 116 is a “radical right-wing bill” and claims it would allow just “anyone” to carry concealed without a license.

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Hillary Clinton’s first actual public appearance in NH highlighted with protest

by Kimberly Morin July 7, 2015

On Saturday Hillary Clinton made her first actual public appearance since before 2008 in a Gorham, New Hampshire Independence Day parade. Up until this point, all of Clinton’s visits to the Granite State have been completely staged with supporters. The Clinton campaign probably chose Gorham because it’s a small town located up in North Country.

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Hassan Vetoes SB 116

by Steve MacDonald July 6, 2015
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New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan has vetoed SB116 – Constitutional Carry. From our own Kimberly Morin… In Hassan’s press release she states that anyone who is discriminated against will be able to seek recourse through the court system. This shows that indeed she knows discrimination occurs but chose to continue to allow it. Unfortunately not […]

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Does Gov. Hassan Support the UCC Resolution Against Israel?

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2015
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New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan is a proud member of the United Church of Christ (UCC), as are many New Hampshire Democrats. They are “proud” because the UCC works chiefly as a social justice community organizer, promoting left-wing dogma. Their on-line presence lists priorities that could just as easily be a bullet list of talking points […]

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Civil Obedience

by Steve MacDonald July 1, 2015
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The New Hampshire cell phone ban went in to force today. It is a complete ban on handheld electronic devices in the hands of drivers with very few exceptions. State and local police have voiced their plan for months. Aggressive enforcement. No tolerance.

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Carl Robert Gibson – Democrat Activist – Loser

by Ed Naile June 27, 2015

Last Monday I had an out of body experience in Concord. It was at the Concord District Court on a bench in front of Court Room #3. I went to Concord to watch the arraignment of Carl Robert Gibson the low life scum vote thief and Democrat political operative sent here to NH, as many […]

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How We got To The Henniker Eminent Domain Lawsuit – Let’s Look At The “Instant Replay”

by GrokWatch News Desk June 26, 2015

Kathleen LaBonte-LoFaro | GrokWatch News Desk Should anyone be interested in knowing how unfairly Lorin was treated by the Henniker’s Cogswell Spring Water Works Department regarding the Depot Hill Storage tank, I’ve attached links to meeting Minutes that you might find interesting, and might feel as disappointed and disgusted as I. We can do better […]

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AFP “Road to Reform” – With Sen. Marco Rubio

by Steve MacDonald June 26, 2015
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Americans for Prosperity held an Event in Manchester, New Hampshire last night. The Road to Reform. featuring Sen. Marco Rubio. The Florida Senator answered questions on topics ranging from the export-Import bank, to the economy, education, Jobs, and health care. I had the opportunity to record the entire event for GraniteGrok.  Senator Rubio’s remarks begin at […]

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The Town of Henniker ’s Desire to Build a Road Does Not Justify Doing so in a Less Than Constitutional Way

by Steve MacDonald June 25, 2015
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Mark Hodgdon  | GrokWatch News Desk “On June 23rd, a Merrimack County Superior Court jury returned a verdict on all counts for Lorin Mulligan against the Town of Henniker.  The Henniker Water Department built an access road for commercial trucks across her property to the Town’s water tank on abutting land.  Despite her repeated protests […]

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SIGN THE PETITION – Tell Governor Hassan to END state-sanctioned discrimination!

by Kimberly Morin June 22, 2015

The Women’s Defense League has been fighting to end sanctioned discrimination, gender bias and racism since last year. They have been working to pass Senate Bill 116 which will END the state allowing police chiefs to discriminate at their will.  Sign the petition and HELP THEM push even more to END this!

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Carl Robert Gibson v. State of New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2015
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Vote suppressor Carl Robert Gibson goes to court today.  In fact, he is at the Concord district court, at this very moment, with his attorney.  I know this because they walked in at sat down within inches of Ed Naile who was already there, and proceeded to discuss their case. The plan is to fight […]

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Nanny Hassan Takes Away Your Phone Privileges

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2015
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(in less than) Ten days from now you will no longer be allowed to decide whether or not you are capable of safely holding a cell phone to your head and speaking while driving. Governor Maggie Hassan has taken the decision out of your hands. For the record, you will get cited and fined an […]

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Gun control laws left Charleston victims defenseless. Extremists want more laws

by Kimberly Morin June 18, 2015

  Yesterday in Charleston, South Carolina a 21 year old psychotic individual allegedly went into a Church and tried to murder as many people as he could. He murdered nine people, leaving one injured. The homicidal maniac was on the loose for a while but was eventually caught. Before the bodies of the victims were […]

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Dances With Bureaucrats

by Steve MacDonald June 16, 2015
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New Hampshire’s Senior Senator, Jeanne Shaheen speaks for every Congressional delegation, and most if not all Democrats in our state, when she talks about New Hampshire being a donor state. For those not versed, it means we give more tax dollars to the Federal Government than it gives back. The Democrats, with Shaheen in the […]

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Portsmouth Drops Plastic ‘Bag Ban’ For Now

by Steve MacDonald June 6, 2015
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We’ll probably talk about this today on GrokTALK! so as a primer, the city lawyer indicates that, … While we maintain that the city might have the authority to adopt the plastic bag ordinance under the purview of solid waste regulation, without a clear source of enabling legislation, we are inclined to conclude that it […]

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Woman brutally murdered shows why pistol license laws are a failure

by Kimberly Morin June 5, 2015

On Wednesday a 39 year old woman in Berlin Township, New Jersey was brutally murdered by her ex-boyfriend. Carol Bowne had gotten a restraining order, installed a security system, installed video cameras and on April 21 applied for a pistol permit. According to New Jersey gun laws, not only do you have to get permission […]

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The NH Democrat Party’s Ideological Klan-cestors

by Steve MacDonald June 3, 2015
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Carry Licenses were implemented in New Hampshire nearly 100 years ago to prevent certain undesirable persons from being able to carry concealed.  One of the leading Democrat organizations in favor of such limitations was the Ku Klux Klan.  So if governor Maggie Hassan vetoes SB 116 is she refusing to repeal a discriminatory policy favored by […]

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Done Deal, Don’t Squeal

by Ed Naile June 1, 2015

Let me get this straight. Bernie “The Bronx Cheer” Sanders (Marxist) Vermont , wants to debate Republicans? Excuse me Bernie but did you just find out that NH is a closed shop to any Democrat except Hillary? The next best thing for publicity is to debate Republicans? He really is dense.

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The schizophrenia of Moms Demand and LEOs: Open carry in Texas and New Hampshire

by Kimberly Morin May 30, 2015

Yesterday the Texas Legislature passed a bill that would allow open carry. Current law in Texas only allows concealed carry if a person has a pistol license. The new bill, which Governor Abbott already said he will sign into law will allow those with pistol licenses to openly carry firearms whereas before it only allowed […]

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Open carry versus concealed carry: Size matters

by Kimberly Morin May 28, 2015

On Tuesday the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire held a press conference to discuss the results of a poll they conducted. The poll proves that a majority of Granite Staters are against allowing the state-sanctioned discrimination of the current pistol license law to continue. The poll also showed that a whopping 89% of voters […]

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GrokTALK! – Meet Gov. Boon Doggle

by Steve MacDonald May 27, 2015
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Maggs Hassan signed the Boondoggle bill this week, establishing a culture of taxpayer backed greed amongst the elected class–and anyone looking for a few bucks to tie a boon to a doggle. So Kimberly Morin joins us to discuss this new nail in the coffin of the New Hampshire economy.  We also visit the lousy […]

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Poll: 71 Percent of Granite Staters oppose pistol license law in NH

by Kimberly Morin May 27, 2015

Yesterday the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire (The League) released poll results that clearly show Granite Staters are not happy with the current pistol license law. Susan Olsen, Legislative Director for The League spoke at a press conference in the Legislative Office Building yesterday and explained the original intent of the law – discrimination. […]

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Has New Hampshire actually lowered the dropout rate?

by Steve MacDonald May 26, 2015
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New Hampshire appears, on the surface, to have done a decent job of reducing dropout rates.  But if you look at how the state has meddled with reported graduation rates, it becomes a lot harder to determine what the state has actually achieved. Keep reading at

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Today, While in New Hampshire Hillary’s Mind Thinks She’s in Washington

by Scott Morales May 22, 2015

Is it because she’s just been a creature of Washington so long and it’s so deeply engrained in her that she just always thinks she’s in Washington or are there a few mental pistons misfiring?   Is she even mentally fit for the office she’s running for?  Something to keep an eye on.  She did […]

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I Don’t Always Accept Illegal Campaign Contributions From Unions…

by Steve MacDonald May 21, 2015
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Democrat Governor Maggie Hassan took illegal campaign money in 2012 and in 2014 (see also here) and kept it until the NH AG was asked to step in and make a ruling… …not Democrats, at least, and certainly not Democrat leadership. (In fact, I think they defended her…in a presidential election year.) Original Image Credit: […]

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