Pam Tucker

GrokTALK! March 8th, 2014 – L & F Red Meat, The Republican Repair Kit, And Progressive Hate

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2014
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Pam Tucker joins us as co-host as talk about the passion for liberty on display at CPAC, a much-needed “saleable’ version of the ‘Republican Repair Kit,’ progressive hate for individualism, the shadow BradleyCare casts over the New Hampshire advantage, Progressive government as the Democrats bag man, and more… Listen to Segment One Here Listen or […]

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GrokTALK! March 8th, 2014 with Pam Tucker, Karen Testerman, and Kevin Avard

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2014
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This week our guests are NH House Rep and House Republican Alliance Co-Chair Pamela Tucker. Founder of Cornerstone Policy Research and Candidate for the US Senate – Karen Testerman. And former House Rep, and Candidate for the NH State Senate – Kevin Avard. We talk about passion for liberty, crowd sourcing to fund a saleable […]

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GrokTALK! March 8th, 2014 – the Videos!

by Skip March 8, 2014

Steve, once again, has beat me in getting the audio up first (Groksters Steve, Mike, and I yak with NH State Rep. Pam Tucker, Candidate for the NH GOP Nomination for US Senate Karen Testerman, and former NH State Rep Kevin Avard. Preshow – Pam comes in at 8:30 for her 9:30 slot – a […]

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Coming Up This Week On GrokTALK! March 8th, 2014

by Steve MacDonald March 7, 2014
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GrokTV: Hemingway for NH Gov: Pam Tucker, Jim Luther, and Joe Kenney

by Skip January 31, 2014

At last nite’s event where we livestreamed Andrew Hemingway announcing his run for NH Government, you also saw three other speakers as well (Grokster Steve has posted the audio only here): NH State Representative Pam Tucker Former NH State Senator Jim Luther Former NH State Representative & Senator & US Marine Colonel Joe Kenney (candidate, […]

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AFP/NH Grand Opening Videos – Opening Remarks

by Skip January 23, 2014

As I had posted here, TMEW & I boogied out last night just as soon as work was over the day to get to the Grand Opening.  Uneventful ride down, but at their new office (340 Granite Street, Manchester) it was so crowded we spent about 20 minutes trying to find a parking space – […]

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House Republican Alliance Defends New Hampshire Families

by Steve MacDonald December 10, 2013
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CONCORD – The House Republican Alliance (HRA) today issued at statement on the proposed increase in the gas tax. Last week a group in the state house came out in support of a proposed “indexed gas tax” that would allow the gas tax to continue to rise year after year with “zero legislative over-site”. “There […]

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Thanks for following us, Pam Tucker!

by Skip December 3, 2013

We get new Twitter followers on a regular basis and from time to time, I like to point them out either becasue they are ‘Grok friends already (Heh!:  “what took you so long??”) or folks that have surprised me that they have decided to follow us – some, I believe, not all that open to […]

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AFP/NH’s “Wrong for NH” event (Obamacare)

by Skip August 1, 2013

Today at noon, the NH chapter of Americans for Prosperity held picnic and rally at the State House in Concord, NH.  While we Groksters would have loved to have been there, well, we all have day jobs doing stuff that keeps the roofs over our heads, food on the table, and paying the ‘Grok server […]

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Guest Post: Did the Democrats just embrace ‘Tea Party’ principles?

by Steve MacDonald July 7, 2013

By Reps. Al Baldasaro, Carol McGuire, Pam Tucker, co-chairs of the N.H. House Republican Alliance Did the Democrats just embrace ‘Tea Party’ principles? Just one month ago, the New Hampshire Democratic Party called the Senate version of the state budget “reckless” because it was based on a “Tea Party ideology;” namely, that state spending should […]

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GrokTALK! July 6th, 2013 Guest Segment – Pam Tucker

by Steve MacDonald July 7, 2013

Pam Tucker, New Hampshire House Rep (R-Greenland NH), and co-chair of the New Hampshire House Republican Alliance, stops in to talk about the continuation of the O’Brien Budget for the next two years…(grind your teeth Democrats, you know it to be true), taxes, marriage, and a few other topics as well. Listen Here Download This […]

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GrokTALK! July 6th, 2013

by Steve MacDonald July 6, 2013

This week on GrokTalk!… Skip, Mike and Steve open the program with some conversation about the visit of Gabby Giffords to New Hampshire and the out of state influence peddling of the left’s anti- gun agenda by New Hampshire groups and the Democrat party. Pam Tucker, New Hampshire House Rep (R-Greenland NH), and co-chair of […]

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This Week On GrokTALK!

by Steve MacDonald July 5, 2013

This week when we assemble to record the next edition of GrokTALK! our guests will be… Pam Tucker, New Hampshire House Rep (R-Greenland NH), and co-chair of the New Hampshire House Republican Alliance, will be in to talk about the continuation of the O’Brien Budget for the next two years…(grind your teeth Democrats, you know […]

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NH .223 Day of Resistance – NH State Rep Pam Tucker and Grokster Mike Rogers

by Skip February 23, 2013

NH State Representative Pam Tucker was the next up during the NH State House .223 Day of Resistance rally and brought her concerns as to what is happening in the NH House based on the anti-gunners in the Democrat / Progressive Party who are filing a number of bills that would restrict lawful abiding citizens […]

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More Endorsements for Hemingway: Pam Tucker and Cliff Hurst

by Mike January 24, 2013

At a ‘meet and greet’ for Andrew Hemingway on Tuesday night, attended by Andrew, his family, and more than 50 supporters (mostly NHGOP delegates), there was an upbeat atmosphere, lots of offers to help persuade a few more committee members, and several ringing endorsements, including Pam Tucker and Cliff Hurst. Here’s Pam, as she lays […]

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Update: Email Doodlings – “Who for NH House Minority Leader”

by Skip November 11, 2012

As the saga continues – two updates on who will be the face of the NH GOP in the NH House: At a gathering this weekend, the consensus was that the Party would be ill served; given how Obama and Dems have characterized the GOP, methinks he’d be called by the Dems and the Media […]

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Email Doodlings – “Who for NH House Minority Leader”

by Skip November 8, 2012

“I have a question for RLCNH legislators. Gene Chandler, or Pam Tucker? What are your thoughts? They seem to be the only two running…” That was the question posed in an email list I’m in.  It was kinda interesting, as I had a phone conversation earlier this afternoon on this very subject and I spoke […]

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Is the Liberty-&-Freedom wing of the NH GOP a paper tiger?

by Tim Condon April 18, 2012

Not really…but they sure as hell were AWOL at the New Hampshire GOP State Committee meeting on April 14, 2012. As the meeting opened, there were 366 members reported present. The big election battle was for National Committeewoman between Rep. Pam Tucker and Juliana Bergeron. Pam Tucker was the Liberty-&-Freedom (aka Tea Party) candidate, while […]

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Indeed: “…the TEA Party lives on in grassroots activists determined to see change.” Final thoughts on yesterday’s NH GOP Annual meeting

by Skip April 15, 2012

Indeed, indeed. Those involved in the TEA Party movement are still around.  They were lambasted three years ago for being “amateurs”, thinking that holding clever signs would change things, that they were too white, too middle class, leaderless, and if the media and Democrats were to be believed, would soon go home to their living […]

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NH GOP National Committeewoman race – Or is it the “whisper race”?

by Skip April 13, 2012

From Michelle: Alas, if you’re a conservative mom, you’re damned if you do stay home and damned if you don’t. In 2008, Howard Gutman, a member of the Obama campaign’s national finance committee, attacked GOP vice presidential candidate and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s ability to be a good parent and have a high-powered public […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Question 11 – Get the NH GOP to become more active in local elections?

by Skip April 9, 2012

Since this series of questions was done, most towns have had their local elections (be they SB2 based or the traditional formats).  This season, a number of conservatives and libertarians who are Republicans lost their bid for local offices and were replaced by rather hard-left leaning folks (e.g., Carla Horn, a real self-avowed Leftist that […]

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Pam Tucker: New Hampshire’s answer to Sarah Palin?

by Tim Condon April 8, 2012

In one week the New Hampshire Republican Party will hold its annual meeting. At that meeting the members of the Republican State Committee will vote on various matters, including the election of two members to the Republican National Committee (RNC) from New Hampshire. The winners of the two elections—one man and one woman—will sit on […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Question 10 – TEA Party and 9/12 Project?

by Skip April 3, 2012

Next to last question and again to the grassroots organization.  As with the other interviews, the idea is to get a sense of what people in leadership within the NH GOP (as she is the Deputy Speaker) are thinking about the Liberty and Freedom groups that have a stand off view of the NH GOP.  […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Question 8 – Republicans have said that they have eliminated regulations; got that list?

by Skip March 31, 2012

In addition to seeking to be the next RNC Committeewoman, Pam Tucker has something that her opponent cannot claim to have: experience as the current Deputy Speaker of the NH House where she has been intimately involved with policy and the legislation.  One of the claims this session is that the Republicans have been concentrating […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Question 7 – As RNC Committeewoman, how can you sharpen the diferences between Republican and Democrat positions?

by Skip March 30, 2012

Continuing on the same theme as our sixth question (“How verbose will you be in defending Republican ideals as Committeewoman during the election season?”)to Pam Tucker as she is striving to be the next RNC Committeewoman from NH  is still oriented to the upcoming election season as we know that the Democrats are now cranking […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-Candidate RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Q6:How verbose will you be in defending Republican ideals as Committeewoman during the election season?

by Skip March 27, 2012

Given that my opinion is that the current NH GOP Chair is not being all that vocal concerning Republican ideals and stances into the public square, this was a natural question for me to ask – heck, all Republicans ought to be asking their NH GOP organizational “higher ups” (like Chairs, Secretaries, Treasurers, and the […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-Candidate RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Q5: What part of the NH GOP Platform is in danger and why should people rally around it?

by Skip March 25, 2012

More questions, and more answers.  I picked up on something that Pam had said earlier and bluntly asked – what needs to be protected in the NH GOP platform?  And here was her response: Note: Also, we have been getting some observations and questions in the previous posts’ comments, mostly from Commenter “C. dog e. […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker-Candidate RNC Committeewoman Candidate. Q4 – Why should NH Committee members choose you over your opponent?

by Skip March 24, 2012

Ah yes, the second point – the pitch.  The first point is that every politician has to know why they are running.  The latter can be simple (“somebody asked me to, and I said ‘why not?’”)  involved (i.e., a whole series of either interlocked or random issues that finally, in toto, reached a tipping point), […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker – NH House Deputy Speaker, Candidate NH GOP RNC Committeewoman – Question 3

by Skip March 22, 2012

Continuing on with our interview with Pam Tucker who is running to be the next RNC (Republican National Committee) Committeewoman from the NH Republican Party, we switched our emphasis to that of the Party platform.  This document represents the approved (by the State Committee in toto) philosophy and political stances of the NH GOP.  As […]

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GrokTV Special Interview: Pam Tucker – NH House Deputy Speaker, Candidate NH GOP RNC Committeewoman – Question 2

by Skip March 21, 2012

Continuing on with GraniteGrok’s interview with Pam Tucker (currently the Deputy Speaker of the NH House of Representatives) who is running to be the next RNC (Republican National Committee) Committeewoman from NH.  We have a series of questions that we asked; here is Question 2: Why should the ordinary Republican care who their RNC Committeewoman […]

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