NH Enters Day Six of Media Blackout on Wasserman Schultz/Imran Awan Story

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2017

Imran Awan is Democrat Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’ Pakistani IT guy. A man implicated in a growing scandal involving several congressional offices, computer equipment, and the data on some damaged hard drives. A man who ran the DNC chairs IT operations out of her congressional House offices, on her payroll until the day after he was arrested […]

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But Chris, if it’s THAT important…

by Skip June 15, 2017

Emphasis mine, reformatted: Sununu presses Trump officials for continued funding of NH programs In a series of meetings with top Trump administration officials on Monday, Gov. Chris Sununu pressed for continued funding of environmental and education programs that are targeted for cuts in the President’s budget, but considered essential for New Hampshire. “ Essential, eh? absolutely […]

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Someone in the NH Senate Got a Phone Call About their Revenue Estimates

by Steve MacDonald May 24, 2017

Back on May 17th, the New Hampshire Senate Ways and Means Committee produced revenue estimates $14 million below what the House handed to them. By May 21st, they had changed their mind. In an unusual move, the Senate Ways and Means Committee opted to revisit the revenue estimates for the General and Education Trust Funds […]

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Republicans: formerly the Party of LESSER government. Now, how to tell them from the Dems?

by Skip March 29, 2017

First off, NH: As it currently stands, the budget will exceed $12 billion for the first time ever. The cost of running state government will be about $9,000 for every man, woman, and child in NH. Is your family getting its money’s worth? Can you afford to pay your share? Here are the numbers from the last budget […]

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What Domicile Does One Use For An Unlawful Election At A Postponed Meeting?

by Ed Naile March 25, 2017

I have had the pleasure of watching an attorney from the New Hampshire Municipal Association (aka – Local Government Center) conclude that various annual meetings in NH were lawfully postponed by various moderators because of a snow storm. The NHMA counsel is using RSA 40:4. The NH Secretary of State takes issue with the NHMA […]

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Pine Tree Ramblings (Vol 1)

by Tom March 15, 2017

For a few years, I was a regular, rabid contributor to this blog.  Over the past year or so, for a number of lame reasons, I haven’t been able to make the time to write more than once every few months.  My issue is that I try to make every posting a masterpiece of sociopolitical […]

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SB 47 – A Voter Fraud Clown Car Stopped By – No Thanks

by Ed Naile March 2, 2017

A little bird called me early this morning to let me know about an article regarding voter fraud in the Manchester paper. It is a letter to the editor by two attorneys warning everyone about SB 47, a bill to let Secretary of State Bill Gardner, of all people, handle voter fraud investigations – not […]

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NH House Committee Approves Bill that Could Give Sexual Predators Access to Women’s Bathrooms and Locker Rooms

by Steve MacDonald February 23, 2017

A New Hampshire House Committee just advanced legislation that will give sexual predators unfettered access to your wives and daughters, and sisters and mothers, in bathrooms and locker rooms all across the state. The bill adds ‘gender identity’ alongside age, race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, marital status, or national origin, and that is […]

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NH Civil Liberties Union – No Voter Fraud in NH in 15 Years

by Ed Naile February 19, 2017

Let’s put the NH Attorney General’s Office on trial for voter fraud – denial. In 2015 the NH Civil Liberties Union sent a legal RSA 91-A Right to Know request to the NH AG asking for all documents regarding vote fraud investigations conducted by the office from 2000 – 2015. That would be my area […]

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Frank Edelblut Confirmed as Commissioner of the NH Dept. of Education

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2017

For Immediate Release February 15, 2017 Contact: Governor Sununu Press Office (603) 271-2121 Sununu.Press@nh.gov Governor Chris Sununu Statement on Confirmation of Frank Edelblut as Commissioner of the Department of Education Concord, NH – Following today’s Executive Council vote to confirm Frank Edelblut as Commissioner of the Department of Education, Governor Chris Sununu issued the following […]

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Fergus Cullen Want’s A Vote Fraud Bus? We’ll Give Him One.

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2017

Edited from the original posted March 21, 2014 In November 2012 there was some vote fraud. I know Democrats (including Democrats registered as Republicans) are denying it, but it is true. People who should not have voted from inside and outside the swing state of New Hampshire came here and voted, again. Democrats conspired and planned it, […]

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A Message to Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub of the Federal Elections Commission

by Ed Naile February 12, 2017

Having read your open letter to President Trump regarding voter fraud in the State of New Hampshire, where I happen to be a legal, domiciled resident, as well as a qualified voter, I offer some simple clarification about NH and voter fraud. First of all, thank you very much for the opportunity to expose your […]

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Breaking News: New Hampshire House Passes Constitutional Carry 200 to 97 (Added Roll Call)

by Steve MacDonald February 9, 2017

From NH House Rep. John Burt c/o Facebook. New Hampshire House just passed Constitutional Carry by a vote of 200 to 97. Now to the Governors desk where he said he will sign Constitutional Carry. God Bless New Hampshire. Congratulations to everyone who worked on this (SB12) and our thanks to the legislators who braved […]

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Democrats Said Business Tax Cuts in NH Would “Throw The Budget Off” by $100 Million, and They Were Right

by Steve MacDonald February 1, 2017

Remember when Democrats said that the Republicans proposed business tax cuts would lead to a budget shortfall? They were hyperbolic in their pronouncements. Doom. Gloom. Calling the proposal dishonest in what it pays for, Hassan blasted the GOP spending plan, saying corporate tax cuts to businesses based out of state would leave the budget out […]

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The NH State Senate Passed Right to Work Yesterday

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2017

Right to Work (RTW) has passed the State Senate and moved on to the New Hampshire House. I learned this while walking past the newspaper stand leaving Wal-Mart today. The Nashua Telegraph lead their report with the words, “Senate passes so-called right to work…” So-called Right to Work. I laughed out loud. Yeah, it’s the Nashua […]

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NH State Senate Passes Constitutional Carry

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2017

Union Leader The state Senate, as expected, voted along party lines, 13-10 on Thursday, to approve a bill that would make it easier to legally carry a concealed weapon in New Hampshire.  “Easier” means, anyone who can legally carry a firearm may do so concealed without additional permission. Democrat State Sen. Bette “My Husband Elliot steals […]

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That 130 Million Dollar NH Budget Surplus?

by Steve MacDonald January 18, 2017

We brought in revenue above projections but someone already spent it. A projected end-of-year surplus, previously estimated as high as $130 million, does not exist, [Sununu] said. “I’m not sure if it ever existed. When we got in and started looking at the numbers, it’s just not there. We have had some favorable numbers on […]

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The Definition of Insanity – New Hampshire Style

by Ed Naile January 13, 2017

Deep in the bowels of the New Hampshire State Constitution is a word, one single word, that the activist NH State Supreme Court used to try and impose a broad-based tax on its citizens – because the NH Legislature will not do it. God Bless our citizen legislature. Behold the word “cherish.” Cherish is the […]

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NH, we’re Scrooged

by Skip December 23, 2016

Yep, that’s our favorite Christmas movie. (H/T: LIKECOOL)

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603 Alliance Sponsors Presidential Inaugural Ball in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

While President Trump’s Inaugural Ball is underway in Washington D.C. The 603 Alliance is sponsoring an Inaugural Ball right here in New Hampshire. Save the Date! Friday, January 20th, 2017. It will be an evening gala, so we encourage appropriate dress (Fancy/Formal). No, I will not be wearing a baseball hat. There will be a live band, a dance floor, […]

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Kevin Avard Kept His Promise

by Steve MacDonald October 26, 2016


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Reduce the cost of doing Business in NH by Removing Regulatory Burdens.

by Steve MacDonald October 24, 2016

Sunday, October 23, 2016 From the Nashua Telegraph, forwarded to me by NH Sen. Kevin Avard.   Sunday, October 23, 2016 We have focused on ways to reduce the cost of doing business in NH by removing regulatory burdens. The state budget is arguably the single most important piece of legislation that directly impacts all […]

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Americans for Prosperity Notes September Business Tax Revenue Continues Major Spike After Business Tax Cuts

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2016

For Immediate Release – October 5, 2016 Contact: Greg Moore (603) 303-9297 Americans for Prosperity Notes September Business Tax Revenue Continues Major Spike After Business Tax Cuts MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) pointed to today’s release of September state tax revenue as ongoing evidence of the success of business tax relief […]

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Use Liberty Ballot

by Steve MacDonald September 12, 2016
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Liberty Ballot is about as good a guide as you are going to get for every town and Ward in New Hampshire if you are uncertain who in your Tuesday Primary races are more likely to fight for your property rights and individual liberty. Update: If you think Liberty Ballot is off the Reservation add it […]

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NH Should Pay Attention to What Happened in Vermont

by Steve MacDonald August 12, 2016
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As we entertain ourselves with Les Otten (pictured above) and his ‘North Country’ revitalization promises–and the political hoops bureaucrats and legislators in New Hampshire are jumping through to please him, we get this in-depth investigative reporting on VT Democrats. How they ignored financial risk and promoted fraud (and a Ponzi scheme) in exchange for promises […]

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Steve Kenda Responds to Chris Sununu’s Vote to Pay Tribute to Planned Parenthood

by Steve MacDonald July 2, 2016
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This past week Republican Executive Councilor Chris Sununu’s voted to sacrifice over half a million dollars in taxpayer tribute to appease the ‘angry gods’ of Planned Parenthood Norther New England. State Senate District 24 Candidate Steve Kenda had this to say about the vote on his Facebook page. Chris Sununu‘s decision to restore funding to PP is […]

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One Year after Hands Free Law in NH – DMV Says More of us are Dying on NH Roads

by Steve MacDonald July 1, 2016
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Exactly one year ago today the Hands-Free law took effect in New Hampshire. It banned drivers from using electronic devices while driving, the primary target of the ban being cell phones and smartphones. We were told that this ban would make New Hampshire roads safer, and we’d have fewer crashes and deaths as a result […]

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Frank Edelblut on Creating Real Economic Growth

by Steve MacDonald June 20, 2016
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Gubernatorial candidate Frank Edelblut joins us to talk about some of the barriers to real economic growth–how government gets in the way of small business creation, innovation, and employment opportunity. Download this segment |  Complete podcast Remember: You can stream every program and every posted segment, anytime, anywhere, on your PC, Laptop, Tablet, or Smartphone […]

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Steven Woitkun Voted to Protect Big Labor

by Kimberly Morin June 12, 2016

Over the past several weeks, Americans for Prosperity (AFP) of New Hampshire has been canvassing neighborhoods across the state targeting representatives who voted against ‘Right to Work’. Examiner caught up with them in Fremont where they were targeting Steven Woitkun for voting against workers’ rights and for big labor.

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The ‘D’ in Dick is for Democrat

by Steve MacDonald May 23, 2016
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Thanks again to Spec Bowers for investing the energy to make this sort of information available to voters and activists. This time around he has exposed Dick Hinch, who has been a ‘Republican’ House Rep from Merrimack for as long as I can remember. He’s currently Jaspers stooge majority leader–that’s supposed to be “Republican majority […]

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