Republican Primary

Attention New Hampshire State Reps: Your Voting Record Matters

by James Kofalt Too many State Reps get away with positioning themselves one way and then voting an entirely different way. On the “R” side of the fence, we always seem to have a handful of Republicans who vote with the Democrat platform more often than they vote with the GOP. CarolynGargasz (R, Hollis) has straddled …

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Why I Support Jane Cormier for Executive Council District 4

Jane Cormier strongly supports our State and U.S. Constitutions.  Her service as State Rep. earned the highest scores from many independent conservative organizations due to unwavering support for family values, property rights, smaller government, individual liberty, lower taxes, and Second Amendment Rights. Jane is strong, principled, and independent.  Her moral values and belief in God …

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Sullivan County Democrat Commissioner “Accidentally” Running for Re-Election as a Republican

This September Republican Primary voters in Sullivan County have to choose between an actual Republican (Jeremy Herrell) and a Democrat (Jeffrey Barrette) who is “accidentally” registered as a Republican in their primary. I kid you not. Barrette who appears on the Sullivan County Commissioners Page as a “Democrat” (pictured far left) is a Democrat but he says …

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Ben Carson Has Peaked

Dr. Ben Carson filed with the NH Sec. of State this week, and what followed was an incomprehensible mess. In our opinion, he’s a great guy but he is done, it’s just a matter of time.  We also discuss what, if anything, a Conservative candidate like Cruz could accomplish if elected given the political class …

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Gov. George Pataki

Governor George Pataki drops in to the studio to talk about running for president, and his qualifications for the job.  

Pete Ingemi – NH FITN Summit

Radio Host Pete Ingemi – DaTechGuy – give us his thoughts from last weekends First In the Nation Summit in Nashua, New Hampshire, where activists and presidential candidates both likley and declared gathered for the two-day event.    

Ayotte’s First Big Mistake?

Her endorsement of Willard ‘Mitt’ Romney stands to undo every scrap of goodwill she may have accumulated to this point but should we be surprised?