New Hampshire

NH bureaucrats now want to HURT your pets with the Drug Database

by Kimberly Morin December 5, 2016

Yesterday it was reported in the Union Leader that the bureaucrats making the rules for New Hampshire’s “druggie database” now want to require Veterinarians to not only add certain medications for pets into the database but they want to require vets to look up the human owners of said pets to check on THEIR information […]

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Ray Buckley Running for DNC Chair Headline

by Steve MacDonald November 30, 2016

New Hampshire Democrat Party State Chairman Raymond Buckley (D – Blame the Kock Brothers), who has for a number of years served as a DNC vice-chair, wants to the top spot in the national party machine. All the local papers are reporting it, but none of them are phrasing the effort in the proper terms. “White leader […]

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So…Trump Actually Won New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald November 16, 2016

NPR is reporting that Comrade Bernie Sanders received 4,493 write-in votes in New Hampshire. The state saw an unusually high number of write-ins this year, with many voters refusing to support either of the two major party candidates. It is also reporting that Clinton only won the state’s four electors by 2573 votes. That means […]

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Sanders Supporters are ‘Writing in’ Bernie on their Ballots

by Steve MacDonald November 8, 2016

Early voting in New Hampshire bore Bad News for the Clinton Crime Family and the backers of their illegal enterprise. Sanders voters who were pissed off before the Podesta emails started pouring out are showing their disdain for the DNC’s rigged primary result and the Party’s anti-Bernie interventions by…voting for Bernie on Election day. The early […]

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Lies, To New Hampshire Democrat’s, By New Hampshire Democrats

by Steve MacDonald November 4, 2016

Lots of New Hampshire Democrat names in this Robby Mook/Podesta Email. Sylvia Larsen, Teri Norelli, Jim Demers, ‘Billy and the Senator’ (the Shaheens) Lou D’Allesandro, and is that “Sullivan” Kathy Sullivan? That doesn’t matter. Kathy is just another Clinton water-carrier in party leadership, and we know what that means. Rigged. So why ask for your […]

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Health Care in New Hampshire Explained

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2016

From Frank Edelbut for New Hampshire, a 3 min. plus explanation of the problems New Hampshire has created for employers and citizens with regard to health care insurance policy decisions. H/T Greg Moore.

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Police Investigate Multiple Clown Sighting in NH

by Steve MacDonald October 26, 2016

Headline: Police investigate after multiple clown sightings reported in NH Police in several New Hampshire communities investigated reports of clown sightings on Monday… Coincidence? Elizabeth Warren pumped her arms in the air three times as she introduced Hillary Clinton at a big New Hampshire rally Monday. Exit Question: how much pressure did having two serial liars in […]

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NH’s Marijuana Policy Project further proves their anti-2nd Amendment stance

by Kimberly Morin October 22, 2016

The New Hampshire Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) recently came out with voter suggestions for candidates and their choices further prove their anti-2nd Amendment stance. MPP in New Hampshire pushed for medical marijuana laws to be passed and intentionally neglected to alert supporters that they would lose their 2nd Amendment rights if they were to receive […]

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Something is Rotten in the State of New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald October 19, 2016

MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) highlighted a disturbing pattern of cronyism in state government that arose over the past week.  Last Thursday, the public learned that the Agriculture Commissioner, who is lobbying hard for a bailout of dairy farmers, would be a top recipient of taxpayer funds under such a bailout.  […]

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100 Year Trend – NH’s Getting Wetter Not Drier

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2016

While the media advertises drought and towns take steps to address local water usage we should take a moment to appreciate this chart. Courtesy of the NOAA, the image plots the 24-month average amount of precipitation in New Hampshire for the past 120 years. Notice anything? Notice a few things? First, after ten years of sometimes record-setting […]

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Apparently we knew something the pollsters didn’t.

by Ed Naile October 1, 2016

Remember the NH Primary Election way back in September? I took a look back recently. WMUR had a poll released on August 30 that measured the candidates for governor. Here is the opening paragraph. August 30, 2016 TWO WEEKS FROM PRIMARY AND NH VOTERS ARE STILL UNFAMILIAR WITH GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES By: Andrew E. Smith, Ph.D. […]

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Portsmouth Police Commissioner Joe Plaia lies about guns in ad

by Kimberly Morin September 30, 2016

Yesterday a new, fearmongering ad appeared in New Hampshire social media that featuresPortsmouth Police Commissioner Joe Plaia. The ad was created by Independence USA PAC, an out-of-state PAC run by New York City billionaire and gun control addict, Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg has been spending millions of dollars to push gun control and Maggie Hassan in New […]

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NH Ballot Selfie Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2016
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Back in 2014, Democrat New Hampshire House Rep. Timmy Horrigan sponsored a change to election law that would make it illegal to share a picture of your completed ballot online. It passed 156 to 121 (135 Democrats and 21 Republicans favored the change), and Democrat Governor Maggie Hassan Signed it into law. The First Circuit Court of […]

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NH Democrats change dinner to honor a womanizer and accused rapist

by Kimberly Morin September 27, 2016

Yesterday it was reported by NHPR that the New Hampshire Democrat Party has decided to change the name of their annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner. Apparently they decided to change the name due to controversy about slavery. But who did Democrats decide to honor instead? John F. Kennedy and Bill Clinton. A womanizer and a man accused […]

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Did Rochester, NH Taxpayers Pay for This Too?

by Steve MacDonald September 15, 2016
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On September 10th, Rochester, New Hampshire had a Gay Pride Parade. We shared a report thanks to Kathy Dunton that the Mayor had allocated city resources to swap American flags along the parade route with Gay Pride flags. According to sources, the city had no intention of trading them back for the 15th anniversary of 9/11 […]

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Jim Splaine and RSA 91-A – again. Portsmouth – We have a problem

by Ed Naile September 15, 2016

Assistant Mayor of Portsmouth, NH, Jim Splaine, is in a self-created Right to Know jam. As an advocate for openness in government for as long as New Hampshire has taken the issue seriously, he should know the ropes as well as anyone. Here goes my take on the situation. I have a few years of […]

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Americans for Prosperity Highlights Ongoing Explosive Job Growth Since Tax Relief for Employers Took Effect

by Steve MacDonald September 13, 2016
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Press Release _________________________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release – September 13, 2016 Contact: Greg Moore (603) 303-9297 Americans for Prosperity Highlights Ongoing Explosive Job Growth Since Tax Relief for Employers Took Effect MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) highlighted today’s release of August unemployment data showing the eighth straight month of major job gains […]

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Edelblut for Governor

by Steve MacDonald September 13, 2016
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I’ve already, technically, endorsed Frank Edelblut as a member of the 603 Alliance Steering Committee, but I never made any formal declaration on GraniteGrok. This is my personal endorsement of Frank Edelblut for Governor. It is my opinion that the other primary candidates are far too cozy with the establishment money and the Party Pimps who […]

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Sen. Ayotte’s Republican Primary Challenger

by Steve MacDonald September 11, 2016
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Jim Rubens is challenging sitting RINO Sen. Kelly Ayotte. He took a few minutes after a debate with the Senator to speak with me about local and national issues. *Originally recorded for this week’s podcast but I didn’t have room to squeeze it into the final product. Music c/o Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative […]

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Rochester NH Mayor Uses City Resources To Swap American Flags for Gay Pride Flags

by Steve MacDonald September 8, 2016
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Mayor Caroline McCarley, through the Mayoral equivalent of an executive order, had the buildings department remove all the American flags hanging from light posts in town and replace them with Gay Pride (Rainbow) flags. There is a gay pride parade in Rochester, New Hampshire this weekend, the same weekend as the 15th anniversary of 9/11, […]

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NH Gubernatorial Debates – A circus with plenty of clowns

by Kimberly Morin September 7, 2016

Last night WMUR held two gubernatorial debates – one between the Republican candidates and one between the Democrat candidates. In each debate it seemed some candidates were trying to out-progressive (Democrats) or out-conservative (Republicans) each other.

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Landing in Hudson, NH Mailboxes Now…

by Steve MacDonald September 7, 2016
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These are showing up in the mailboxes of Hudson, New Hampshire voters. AFP-NH has people door hanging Democrat Elected House Speaker (r) Shawn Jasper’s district as well. Hudson voters have an opportunity to protect New Hampshire from this turncoat progressive shill next Tuesday. Please take that opportunity seriously.

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Tourism Up – I Blame Global Warming

by Steve MacDonald September 6, 2016
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From DoubleYouEmYouArr MANCHESTER, N.H. —Tourism officials in New Hampshire said the long holiday weekend may have been the busiest Labor Day weekend ever in the state. An estimated 620,000 visitors passed through the Granite State over the three-day weekend. That was a 5 percent increase over 2015. Record whatever is always caused by Global Warming. Everyone […]

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Waterloo Valley

by Steve MacDonald September 5, 2016
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In part II of our look at Waterville Valley and Candidate Chris Sununu, Susan Olsen provides in-depth details and reporting that could affect his showing in next week’s Republican primary. (Audio 27 m 12s) Download this segment – Full Podcast

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Moosepocalypse

by Steve MacDonald September 5, 2016
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So, I’m reading a column from the Keene Sentinel about New Hampshire’s Moose population. The premise is that if nothing changes there will be no Moose in New Hampshire by 2045. I’m trying to keep an open mind but the narrative strains credibility. Warmer springs and autumns create better conditions for ticks who have a detrimental […]

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603 Alliance Issues Briefing Summit – Economic Freedom

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2016
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What is economic freedom and what is the best way to talk about it with voters? Greg Moore from Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire tries to answer these questions during his presentation at The 603 Alliance Issues Briefing Summit. 603Alliance

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Waterville Valley: Chris Sununu’s lies, Islamic ties and business failure

by Kimberly Morin August 29, 2016

Last week, Kevin Landrigan of the Union Leader shared a story from Politico Pro that pointed out Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Chris Sununu’s lie about Waterville Valley only having local investors. Sununu made the claim about having only local investors back in 2010 when he purchased the resort. Sununu often talked about local control and even […]

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EPA Drops Climate Cult ‘Pamphlets’ on Every State, Including Yours

by Steve MacDonald August 28, 2016
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The EPA has taken some of that money they took from you to produce ‘Fact Sheets’ on climate change and its impact on your state. EPA isn’t trying to be funny but I challenge you to read this without laughing. It’s ridiculous. But it was never meant to be serious science. Its purpose is to enable […]

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Carol Shea-Porter will choose failed government over her constituents

by Kimberly Morin August 27, 2016

On Tuesday, Max Sullivan from Seacoast Online reported that Carol Shea-Porter, a failed Democrat candidate for the 1st Congressional District, believes government is the solution. Shea-Porter is the former 1st Congressional District Representative who lost her seat in 2014 to Republican Representative Frank Guinta. One of the reasons Shea-Porter lost her seat was because of […]

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Frank Edelblut for Governor: The only candidate who walks the walk

by Kimberly Morin August 26, 2016

  Recently NH1 News reported that Frank Edelblut has released his first ad in the Republican primary gubernatorial race. Edelblut is currently a New Hampshire State Representative from Wilton. Edelblut is one of four candidates running in the Republican primary. He is the only candidate who has been endorsed by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance and […]

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