Personal Responsibility

GrokSHOT! Personal Responsibility vs. The State

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2014
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  We need to have George Lambert on GrokTALK!  more often.  Just listen to this GrokSHOT!, in which you will grasp the simplicity of the argument for personal responsibility in New Hampshire relative to the role of government…in less than two minutes. 100 Seconds   Please Like, Link and Share!

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Notable Quote – Christopher Chantrill

by Susan Olsen March 18, 2014

“You see, liberals, a world without personal responsibility is not a Kumbaya world of fuzzy collective consensus. It is a world wrenched back in time to the rule of the patriarch or its modern derivative, the charismatic lightbringer. In the age of cities, science, markets, commerce, it fails every time it’s been tried. But you […]

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Personal Responsibility v. Abortion Pop Quiz – Hot Shot!

by Steve MacDonald December 16, 2013
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One of the things that abortion supporters (of every pro-abortion political persuasion) refuse to accept or acknowledge is that the only reason they are even here to support abortion today is because their mom didn’t choose to end their life in the womb when they had the choice. Make all the excuses you want, that […]

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GrokTALK! Guest Segment – Conservative Talk Show Host Earl Hall

by Steve MacDonald November 25, 2013
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In this segment we are joined by Milwaukee’s #1 Black Conservative talk Show Host, Earl Hall, to talk about the message of personal responsibility and doing battle with the entitlement culture.  Earl’s show is on 4 days a weeek, M-Th 8pm CST, and can be heard on Spreaker.com as well as at EarlHall.net Listen to […]

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GrokTALK! 11-9-13 More With Skip, Steve, and Josh…

by Steve MacDonald November 14, 2013
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In the final half-hour…Josh, Skip, and Steve visit a few more foxholes including angels for office, what if Bill O’Brian mowed down a 67 year old woman on the sidewalk, Object lesson Frank Guinta and not cutting spending after running on cutting spending, the real role of government- simplified, outsourcing, free assoicaition, the other roles […]

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GrokTALK! 11-9-13 Guest Josh Youseff

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2013
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In segment Three Josh Youseff joins us (be sure to check out the video version–when Skip posts it-for what transpires during the break before this segment). Skip, Josh, and Steve talk about finding conservative candidates, the problems with running for office, what you can or should expect from the state Republican Party as a candidate, […]

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GrokTALK! 11-9-13 Segment Two with Lenette Peterson

by Steve MacDonald November 12, 2013
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In segment Two we continue the conversation with NH House Republican Lenette Peterson.  Lenette tells us about three bills she has sponsored this session; one on prohibiting federl gun laws which ban certain firerms or limit magazine size; a bill relative to vulnerable users of NH highways, like pedestrians who might suddenyl find themselves bounced […]

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GrokTALK! 11-9-13 Segment One – Skip, Steve & NH House Rep Lenette Peterson

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2013
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In Segment One Republican NH House Rep Lenette Peterson joins the conversation as Skip and Steve touch on some local headlines–Chris Christie aid hired by the NH-GOP, Democrats voting on bills without reading them, Committee chairs who are not in office to defend people’s liberty, Republican spin on a greedy grab for Federal dollars, and […]

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GrokTALK! November 9th, 2013

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2013
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This week we tackle regional planning, starting with some very revealing audio that tells us exactly what to expect if we just sign on to a Granite State Future or anything like it. Guest Lenette Peterson (NH House Rep Hills-21 Merrimack) drops in to talk RPC’s, top down planning, federal strings, personal responsibility, and then […]

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Town Meeting Tomorrow

by Susan Olsen March 11, 2013

For many, if not most of us, tomorrow is Town Meeting day where we vote on school and town budgets, local government officials, planning and zoning regulations.  Town meeting is government up-close and personal and is where of many us fail to effectively use our voices and our votes.  Town meeting is where things like […]

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Project Veritas: When You Call 911, For The First Few Minutes “You’re On Your Own”!

by Mike March 6, 2013
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He’s Baack! James O’Keefe and the team sent an older citizen to ask local police what they should do in the event of a break in. Revealing quotes from the police, juxatposed with Biden’s buffoonery, and commonsense comments from Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke – Enjoy! To support James’ work, click here.

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Liberal Policies and Culture Increased Newtown Death Toll

by Don December 15, 2012

What horrible events occurred today! The parents and Newtown Connecticut community must be wondering if they can endure the pain. Obviously our hearts go out to the families and community. Already leftists are crying for more gun control. A rational person would look at the number of murders in Washington, DC or New York City […]

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Skip, Freedom Is The Symptom, The People The Cause

by Scott Morales October 7, 2012

Skip, true. It is about freedom, but there’s more to it than that. I would suggest that state encroachment on individual liberties is a symptom of the problem and not the problem itself.  It’s about the people. It’s about people willing to cede their liberty and freedom to a faceless bureaucrat in exchange for the […]

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2012 Presidential Primary – Mitt Romney, again, but a -20

by Skip December 29, 2011

Instead of the +1 he got here, this is a -20 for a bad attempt at doing what Liberals do – redefining language for merely scoring political points.  The Hill has a quote from Mitt Romney that I’ve been hearing for a while now, and I frankly think it’s a crock: “I’m happy to stand […]

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Protestors of New NH House Budget

by Don April 9, 2011

To the Editor:  Those protesting the new House budget in Concord last week have one thing in common, they want NH taxpayers to open their wallets for their personal benefit.    Most protesters were public employees demanding no changes to their cushy, secure, low stress, highly compensated (compared to similar private sector) jobs, nor to the […]

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Landmark Ruling?

by Steve MacDonald November 27, 2010

the State Supreme Court seems to be saying is that Sanchez was responsible for his own behavior, given the known risks of the activity. This kind of thinking should have wide reaching implications for society as a whole.

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