Marsy’s Law – Bad for Victims, Bad for New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald April 9, 2018

Nicole Fortune joins me to discuss a proposed amendment to the constitution (CACR22) known as Marsy’s law. A change sold as victims rights that are actually bad for victims, bad for privacy, bad for the accused, but good for government. Listen to find out why. Follow this podcast on iTunes

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“Dominating the Political Bandwidth in New Hampshire.”

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2018

I’m joined by Skip Murphy to discuss GranitGrok.com’s rapid rise in reach since the beginning of the year and how we are finally living up to the tagline I convinced him to put on the home page several years ago. “Dominating the Political Bandwidth in New Hampshire.” Also Available on Google Play

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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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Keeping Men out of the Ladies Room is a Partisan Issue in New Hampshire (Roll Call Included)

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2017

Yesterday the New Hampshire House had the opportunity to vote on HB478, an unnecessary piece of legislation that purported to create rights for people who already had them. What it actually did was advance the Democrat-Socialist deconstruction of sexuality by making it illegal to dismiss men from any accommodation on public or private property that previously […]

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The Fate of The Bathroom Bill (HB478) in Two Pictures

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2017

The Bathroom Bill was tabled yesterday, as promised by Republican Leadership. Efforts to resurrect it failed. Check back; Roll Calls to follow.

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Could New Hampshire’s Bathroom Bill Kill Job Growth?

by Steve MacDonald March 1, 2017

Could HB478, New Hampshire’s latest bathroom bill, keep businesses away? It is a worthy question. We know that sexual predators will inevitably try to take advantage of unbridled access to ladies changing rooms and bathrooms. It is a given that religious organizations will be at risk of having to face penalties or follow their faith. […]

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Moms Demanded Action on Gun Sense in NH and They Got It

by Steve MacDonald February 22, 2017

Formed in 2014 Moms Demand Action joined Mayors Against Illegal Guns (Founded in 2006) and Everytown for Gun Safety (April 2014) to spend Michael Bloomberg’s money like Monty Brewster in Brewster’s Millions. For what? New Hampshire has consistently shot down every anti-gun bill since they came along and just signed constitutional carry. Sounds like gun […]

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Work Requirement Bill for Food Stamps Introduced In NH Senate

by Steve MacDonald February 22, 2017

New Hampshire State Senator Kevin Avard has introduced legislation that would ‘tighten up’ the State’s Food Stamp Program. “The intent of this legislation is to strengthen New Hampshire’s food stamp program so that it can remain solvent for those who truly need the benefits for years to come. By requiring an asset test, we are protecting […]

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Another Stupid Bloomberg Anti-Gun Bill Dies in the NH House – See How Your Rep. Voted

by Steve MacDonald February 16, 2017

Yesterday it was HB350. Today HB 201, AN ACT requiring background checks for commercial firearms sales. To quote Representative John Burt, Through this conflated language, this bill would shut down firearm sales and training in New Hampshire by making the process so complicated and expensive that none could comply.  That was the point of the legislation!

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Bill to Ban Firearms at Polling Places – See How Your Rep. Voted

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2017

HB350, AN ACT prohibiting possession of a firearm at a polling place, just died on the floor of the New Hampshire House. By a vote of 204 to 144 on a committee recommendation of inexpedient to legislate, a bill designed to solve a problem that didn’t exist met its proper end. One Republican voted with Democrats […]

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Is SB 41 UNH Enrichment Legislation?

by Steve MacDonald February 14, 2017

New Hampshire Senate Bill 41 would pour $4 million dollars into a 2-year program that funds “scholarships” to students pursuing STEM degrees. From the Union Leader, Senate Bill 41 would allot a total of $4 million to the skilled technology worker recruiting fund to pay for scholarships for fiscal years ending in 2018 and 2019. With […]

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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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GT Flashback – January 31st, 2015

by Steve MacDonald February 11, 2017

Listen to “GT Flashback – January 31st, 2015 Guns!!! Guns!!! Guns!!!” on Spreaker. January in New Hampshire turns our thoughts to Constitutional Carry. So while we bask in the success of 2017, let’s not forget that the journey started years ago and that some states aren’t so lucky. In this weeks GT Flashback Susan Olsen discusses a hearing […]

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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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New Hampshire Democrats Can’t Be Bothered to Defend The Rights of a Gay Jew?

by Steve MacDonald February 7, 2017

New Hampshire’s all girl congressional delegation have a slew of press releases on their House and Senate web pages opposing, objecting to, or blocking things (this from the party of yes) but there is not one word from any of them about the Berkeley Riots. They have nothing to say in defense of free speech. […]

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Zandra Rice Hawkins Plies Her Progressive Trade Against Frank Edelblut’s Nomination

by Steve MacDonald January 29, 2017

Susan Olsen posted this on Facebook. She credits it to Zandra Rice “Crispy” Hawkins at GraniteState Progress, New Hampshire’s out-of-state funded progressive mouthpiece for Progress Now the Democracy Alliance and the culturally bankrupt Alt-Left agenda. “P.S. A word of caution for New Hampshire educators: The current Executive Council has 3 Republicans and 2 Democrats, which means there is a […]

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Are Local Zoning Boards Looking For Less Transparency and Accountability?

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2017

From Right to Know New Hampshire, notice of a hearing on legislation that could diminish transparency from local zoning boards. House Bill 123 on not requiring notice for continued ZBA meetings has been introduced in the N.H. House and assigned to the House Municipal and County Government Committee. This bill is sponsored by Rep. James […]

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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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“Standing” Room Only – Abortion Buffer Zone Appeal Denied

by Steve MacDonald January 12, 2017

An appeals court has upheld a state law from 2014 that creates a 25-foot buffer zone around New Hampshire Abortion clinics, but only because it has never been applied or enforced. Interesting. Democrats write and pass a law nearly identical to one in Massachusetts thrown out by the US Supreme Court for violating the first […]

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NH Bill Would Allow Smoking in Privately Owned Public Places

by Steve MacDonald January 10, 2017

The New Hampshire Legislature is considering a bill that would allow smoking in privately owned places where the public congregates at the discretion of the property owner. HB 279 would “…makes changes to the indoor smoking act.  Under this bill, smoking would not be prohibited in public conveyances which are privately owned, restaurants, grocery stores, and cocktail […]

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New Hampshire Constitutional Carry Bill Should Become Law in 2017

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2017

New Hampshire Senate Bill 12 (2017) is an Act, repealing the licensing requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver. The new law would make the current pistol revolver license in New Hampshire optional. So, anyone legally able to own a firearm in the state would be legally able to put a coat or jacket on without […]

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Gov. Sununu Puts Hold on Administrative Rule-Making

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2017

Gov. Sununu has issued a 90-day moratorium on rules making in all New Hampshire state agencies and requested each provide a comprehensive report on whether current or proposed rules are mandated by law. From, Kevin Landrigan, reporting in the Manchester Union Leader, “We all recognize that government regulations are intended to protect and promote the […]

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We caught us a Fly-in Drive-by Voter!! [Updated]

by Ed Naile January 6, 2017

When you are looking for “drive-by” voters this what you want to find: -A guy with a name no one else in America has. -His date of birth from several sources. -Public documents with as much information as you can get. What do you know? I Have all three. Meet Hooksett, NH voter Michael LaSean […]

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Stephen Forster – Just “We The People!”

by Steve MacDonald December 29, 2016

By Stephen E. Forster Four costly years for me AND the taxpayer, wasted. A very expensive exercise in English composition! This is a “property rights” issue. I wish it were as simple as “it’s your property and you can do what you like on it.” Well, that’s not exactly true. As we relinquish control to our […]

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Michael LaSean Lewis: A Vote Thief Strikes in Hooksett [Updated]

by Ed Naile December 28, 2016

I spent about an hour and a half at Hooksett District Court this morning hoping to meet a new friend, Michael LaSean Lewis. We haven’t met in person yet but I know so much about this vote thief, like his birth date 05/14/73. Being a same-day registered voter since 7 pm on November 8, in […]

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A New Hampshire Voting Booth is a lot like a Target Bathroom

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

I think the correct strategy with regard to the left’s fake news about the election is to assume that anything that does not go your way is the result of Russian hackers. Case in point. (Stay with me.)

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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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Well, as NH Dem Chair Ray Buckley is making national news…

by Skip November 29, 2016

UPDATED AND BUMPED – Upon the news that NH Democrat Party Chairman Ray Buckley is planning to run for Chair of the Democrat National Committee, I thought I’d make it a bit easier for der Google to help them out.  Originally posted on Oct 13, 2014. …and not necessarily for all the right reasons.  Not that […]

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Harold French Kicks Half-Baked Hosmer to the Curb (Again)

by Steve MacDonald November 17, 2016

State Sen. Andrew Hosmer (D-Half Baked) lost his reelection on November 8th, and yesterday–during the recount–he lost it again. Our own lovely and talented Susan Olsen was there for the festivities, so perhaps she’ll share some insight, but for now we’ve got the Union Leader. Republican challenger Harold French of Franklin hung onto his narrow victory […]

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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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