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Liz Warren: “I shouldn’t have done it. I’m not a person of color.”

The Pretendian has stopped clinging to her Native American Heritage. When asked by former Obama adviser David Axelrod, why’d you do it, she admits she shouldn’t have.  Sen. Elizabeth Warren publicly admitted she’s “not a person of color” during a recent interview this week; saying she “can’t go back” on publicly releasing her DNA results. “I shouldn’t …

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Where Democrat Rule Leads: Mayor de Blasio Seizing Private Property in New York

The Big CrApple has laws that give the city the power to rob people of their property, so this isn’t exactly new. And Democrat Socialists are not shy about thinking they know better. So, when Mayor de Blasio announces a new plan to seize private property (like a building, or maybe 40 of them) and hand …

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Peterborough Bringing Heavy Equipment to “Adjust” Local Gun Club “Property”

By Mark Carbone – President Monadnock Rod and Gun Club I’m writing Granite Grok today to let you know that the Town of Peterborough is treating us unfairly. Our attorney, Penny Dean along with our VP Tom Harvey, Secretary Jim Pickford and Board Member Martin Bowen are onsite to receive the Town this morning.  I will …

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The Interviews – Week Ending 3-17-2018

This week our guests include CNHT chairman Ed Naile, Daren Bakst from the Heritage Institute, Pro-Life activist Ellen Kolb, and Kimberly Morin. On topics from the Second Amendment, liberal malfeasance, water rights, free speech, and compelled speech. Visit the original blog post for more ways to listen.  

April 30th, 2016 Podcast

Kathleen LaBonte and Steve Forster drop by to talk property rights vs. local boards and developers. Kimberly Morin has some thoughts about Sen. Kelly Ayotte and the Casa Bill. And NH Executive Councilor and Gubernatorial candidate Chis Sununu talks Common Core, testing, and local control.

Guest Post: Ken Eyring – Will Senate Bill 11 Confiscate Control of ALL NH Waters?

On May 22nd, the NH House of Representatives will vote on Senate Bill 11.  It was written to enable Exeter and Stratham to jointly form a water/sewer district — but that capability already exists in State RSA Chapters 53-A, 33-B, 38, and 36.  These RSAs enabled the creation of the Merrimack Valley Regional Water District …

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14th amendment Doesn’t Give Right to a Three-Way?

CATO has submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in which it makes the case that the 14th amendment prohibits states from denying anyone from the right to marry, regardless of gender. It is a compelling argument.  There are ample references to legal opinions, plenty of implications of the spirit of equality under the law, but …

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Stand With Stephen Forster & Forster’s Christmas Tree Farm (Again!) [Updated][Bumped]

(Originally posted yesterday morning 2-6-2013- but it’s important, and the meeting is tonight.) The next Henniker zoning board meeting (Noooo-body expects the Spanish Inquisition) is this Thursday (tonight) at 7pm, and Steve Forster will once more be brought before the local arsitocray on the matter of the proper use of his property. Forster’s Christams Tree …

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