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Edelblut for Governor Releases First TV Ad

by Steve MacDonald August 25, 2016

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Another Blow to the Big Switch Myth

by Scott Morales August 24, 2016

The “Big Switch” myth is something the Democrats and Progressives repeat over and over again in an attempt to rinse themselves of their rancid racist history.  No doubt you heard it. It goes basically like this: Yes, yes, the Democrats were racist before 196o’s–what with all their votes against anti-lynching laws and the KKK teeming […]

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Jeanie Forrester is lying about her record on Obamacare

by Kimberly Morin August 4, 2016

Yesterday Jeanie Forrester, candidate for governor in the Republican primary and current New Hampshire State Senator, signed the Americans for Prosperity Pledge. The pledge states that the signers will cut taxes and fees; cut spending and government; pass Right-to-Work and oppose all forms of Obamacare in New Hampshire. It also states that the signer will […]

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Part II – NH Republican Gubernatorial Debate in Digestible Bits

by Steve MacDonald August 3, 2016
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Part II A few weeks back the Windham GOP held a debate. We posted their video here, and I promised to break up the audio from that recording into digestible bits for your casual consumption. Hour TWO broke down into three segments. I have edited (shortened) the audio down to the questions and answers. Applause volume has […]

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603 Alliance Hosts Issues Briefing Summit (Registration link added)

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2016
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Press Release. 603 Alliance Hosts Issues Briefing Summit For Immediate Release Contact: Fran Wendelboe 603 Alliance www.603alliance.org 603alliance@gmail.com submitted by Di Lothrop Concord (August 1, 2016) – The 603 Alliance is hosting an Issues Briefing Summit on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Bektash Shrine Center Function Hall, 189 Pembroke Road, […]

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NH Republican Gubernatorial Debate in Digestible Bits

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2016
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A few weeks back the Windham GOP held a debate. We posted their video here, and I promised to break up the audio from that recording into digestible bits for your casual consumption. Hour one broke down into five segments. I have edited (shortened) the audio down to the questions and answers. Applause volume has been reduced […]

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Congressional Candidate Eric Estevez is becoming unhinged

by Kimberly Morin July 18, 2016

For a guy who wants to be the next congressman from New Hampshire’s 2nd district, you’d think he’d be smart enough to know when to stop hammering nails in his own campaign coffin. 

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Estevez pulls a Weiner

by Kimberly Morin July 10, 2016

  After my earlier post about the sleazebag behavior of New Hampshire congressional candidate Eric Estevez, suddenly his campaign is claiming he was hacked!!!! ZOMG…. remind you of anyone?

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Eric Estevez is a Sleazebag not fit for ANY Political Office

by Kimberly Morin July 10, 2016

Eric Estevez is a current New Hampshire State Representative running as a Republican in the Congressional District 2 primary. Some colorful and interesting and downright sleazy things have come to light about Estevez that are important for voters to be aware of.

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As Predicted – Dems Kick Sununu to the Curb

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2016
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You probably know by now that Republican Executive Councilor Chris Sununu did what we said he would do. He gave your money to Planned Parenthood, including retroactively, when we all know they don’t actually need it. So what happened after the vote, other than my writing about how I was right about how he’d vote? Well, […]

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Chris Sununu Planning to Give Your Money to Planned Parenthood

by Steve MacDonald June 24, 2016
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We have it on good authority that Republican Executive Councilor Chris Sununu is planning to vote with Democrats to retroactively reward Planned Parenthood with buckets and buckets of your hard-earned dollars; money he believes they need more than you do, apparently? Maybe you disagree? You should let him know right now! Telephone: Executive Council Office: (603) […]

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Jim Rubens is Challenging Kelly Ayotte for US Senate

by Steve MacDonald June 5, 2016
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Jim Rubens is a long-time political activist, former NH State Senator, slayer of Corporate-Casino-cronyism, and a founder of the secret ballot in town elections in New Hampshire. He is challenging sitting Republican US Senator Kelly Ayotte. We speak with him about his qualifications and why Ayotte must go. Download this segment – listen to the […]

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How Illusive is Unity?

by Steve MacDonald April 27, 2016
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Doug Sachtleben from Club for Growth returns to the program to discuss Republican politics, the upcoming convention, and the search for unity after a contentious primary–as well as some thoughts about the division on the Democrat side.  

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Trump Easily Wins New York Primary

by Steve MacDonald April 20, 2016
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And it’s….out of here. Mr. Trump has no problems sweeping up all but three delegate in his home state. The win secures his lead and is the beginning of what could be a long series of wins in similar moderate-leaning states. Oh, and Hillary won, which is a foregone conclusion because even when she loses she […]

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Arizona Goes Trump, Cruz Takes Utah

by Steve MacDonald March 23, 2016
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No surprises here. Arizona Utah

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National Review Endorses Ted Cruz for President

by Steve MacDonald March 11, 2016
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National Review has endorsed Ted Cruz for President. Here is a snippet of their endorsement remarks. You can read the entire endorsement here. Conservatism should not be merely combative; but especially in our political culture, it must be willing to be controversial. Too many Republicans shrink from this implication of our creed. Not Cruz. And […]

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Sooper Tewesday MMXVI

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2016
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As the Super Tuesday dust settles, Mr. Trump did the best, though not as “best” as some estimated. Rubio won Minnesota, Cruz won Texas, Oklahoma, and Alaska, with Kasich and Carson winning nothing. But things are getting serious. Five days ago Lindsey Graham was joking about murdering Ted Cruz and now he is (almost?) ready […]

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Marco and Nikki, Sitting in a Tree…

by Steve MacDonald February 25, 2016
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Marco skipped out on a Conservative conference to pal around with his newest convert, Nikki Haley, who is positioning herself to be Rubio’s VP. We also talked about the RNC’s  tolerance (blame Steve Duprey) for moderators who hate their candidates, vote fraud, a primary for Kelly Ayotte and does she have a shot at some […]

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Between A Trump and a Hard Place

by Steve MacDonald February 24, 2016
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We talk Trumpmentum, Trump-tactics, third-party, political cults-of-personality, Establishment games, and observing who tolerates what in a sometimes almost progressive-like battle for a Republican nominee. Get the Free Spreaker App for iOS, Android, or Windows Mobile, then  Follow us to get updates on live shows and broadcasts, as well as access to thousands of podcasts and tons of free […]

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You Keep Crossing the Aisle…Why Not Bring Something Useful Back?

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2016
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Chuck Schumer was at the forefront of Democrat resistance to any more Supreme Court nominees by President Bush in the last year of his second term in office. “New York Sen. Charles E. Schumer, a powerful member of the Democratic leadership, said Friday the Senate should not confirm another U.S. Supreme Court nominee under President […]

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NH Primary – Final Results

by Steve MacDonald February 12, 2016
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Care of Rich Girard… Girard at Large | One hundred thousand six hundred thirty nine.  That’s how many votes Donald J. Trump officially received in Tuesday’s primary.  The vote tally gave Trump thirty five point six percent of the record two hundred eighty two thousand eight hundred four votes cast in the Republican Primary.  Ohio Governor […]

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Now that the NH Primary is Over, What do You Think?

by Steve MacDonald February 10, 2016
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With 89% of the vote in, 266 out of 300 precincts reporting, Donald Trump walks away with New Hampshire. That’s not news. We knew that by mid day. So where are the real stories? Record turnout? Bernie Sanders crushing Hillary Clinton 60% to 38% is a huge punch in the neck for the Shaheen cartel and […]

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Bill Whittle – Trump

by Steve MacDonald February 5, 2016
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Breaking News – Rand Paul Suspends Campaign

by Steve MacDonald February 3, 2016
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Rand Paul’s national Campaign manager, Mike Biundo, just announced on Facebook that Rand Paul has suspended his campaign for the Republican nomination for President. Senator Paul did not fare well in Iowa, and only one poll in NH has him polling above 2%. While he will be missed my suspicion is that with his polling […]

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Carter Will Beat Reagan 58 to 40

by Steve MacDonald February 1, 2016
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GOP doomsayers have not changed much in 36 years. Back in 1980 the “establishment” was convinced that only Gerry Ford could beat Carter, and that Ronald Reagan would lose.  

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So where’s the less expensive, smaller government, deficit busting GOP in DC again?

by Skip January 27, 2016

60 percent of Republican voters feel “betrayed” by the party’s political leadership They campaigned for getting majorities in the US House (where appropriations and tax bills start) and the US Senate.  They campaigned on smaller Government.  They promised to stop Obama’s expansion of Government.  They railed against piling up more deficit spending.  They promised to […]

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Does Trump’s Polling Matter in Iowa?

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2016
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Trump needs a ground game to win a caucus state like Iowa, no matter who endorses him, but on that point he is severely outmatched. “…for all intents and purposes, caucuses simply require you to sit for a longer period of time and then vote. That means coming out, often in nasty weather, for caucus […]

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Something, Something, New York Values

by Steve MacDonald January 18, 2016
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“Don’t you see the rest of the country looks upon New York like we’re left-wing, communist, Jewish, homosexual pornographers? I think of us that way sometimes and I live here.” — Woody Allen in Annie Hall A New Yorker observes: Cruz is Right About Trump’s New York Values. More at the Washington Examiner where Trump is […]

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Trump is a POS

by Kimberly Morin January 17, 2016

I’m not allowed to say what I truly think about Trump for this Twitter post. This is a family blog after all. I will NEVER vote for this candidate. EVER. Is this the New York that Ted Cruz is talking about & demeaning? pic.twitter.com/rYGX9vazku — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 16, 2016

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Polling, Polling, Polling…

by Steve MacDonald December 22, 2015
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Quinnipac has a new national poll out today in which the Trump lead has dwindled: Trump 28, Cruz 24, Rubio 12, Carson 10, with Christie at 6, Paul and Fiorina  at 2, and Kasich, Huckabee, and Santorum at 1. The national average of all RCP polls shows Trump at 33 and Cruz at 18. Rubio is already declining from […]

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