Principles

NHGOP Republican Elephant

I’m Not Here to Support Republicans I’m Here to Support Their Principles

I was at a holiday event the other day. Almost exclusively political activists, Republican party folks. And we were discussing the NHGOP. The state Republican party meeting is almost upon us. So, Republicans in New Hampshire, all snug in their beds, have visions of platform changes dancing in their heads. Rules changes. New leadership. New …

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1,322 Votes and It’s a 13-11 Republican Majority New Hampshire State Senate

The Democrat “Sweep” of New Hampshire looks impressive. But when you run the numbers, especially on the State Senate side, it’s quite fragile. To show you how precarious the win, we only need to look at a few State Senate Races. A difference of 275 votes (total) between just two races (Avard and Gannon) produces …

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“I get we like to fight for what’s right, but I wish it were channeled against our common foe”

The NHGOP recently held scheduled an event at a venue owned by a notorious Democrat donor. Skip took them to the woodshed. They didn’t care for that. In one email exchange he forwarded to me from someone who sounds like they are inside the State Republican Party (or carry their water) we got this response. I …

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GrokTALK! at Liberty Forum with Ian Underwood

It’s always great to have Ian Underwood joins us and this was no exception.  We’ve got the Shaolin Rifleworks, the serenity of self-defense, the lefts lack of limiting principles, Senator David Pierce (again) this time encapsulating the violence of progressive government; then a great discussion about principles vs outcome.  

Great, Just What We Need, More Anti-Republican Crap

When I first announced the return of GrokTALK! a few weeks ago, in pursuit of likely guests, the very first response I got on my status update from a Republican Facebook page was, “Great, just what we need, more anti-Republican crap.” In some respects yes, but not because the objects of our remarks happen to “claim” to be Republicans.  It would be a result …

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