Republicans

Data Point – Democrat College Students are the least tolerant on campus

by Skip April 26, 2017

At least, if that campus is located at Dartmouth here in my “Life Free or Die” State.  Apparently, these Democrats would rather have their roommates die instead of having them as, you know, roommates. Dartmouth Study Finds Democrats Are The Least Tolerant Students On Campus A new survey of students at Dartmouth College found that […]

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Full-Day Kindergarten: NH Republicans have lost their minds

by Kimberly Morin April 26, 2017

Yesterday, the House Education Committee passed a ridiculous full-day kindergarten bill that actually increased the amount Governor Sununu wanted to spend from $9 million per year to over $14 million per year. The amendment was brought forth by ‘Republican’ Terry Wolf and replaces Senate Bill 191 (SB 191) completely. The amendment is actually House Bill […]

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RyanCare: Pi$$ Poor Planning Produces Pi$$ Poor Performance – the Debacle, Part 3

by Skip March 24, 2017

This post title DOES says it all for me (sarcasm at all the other faux outrage): How DARE House Freedom Caucus hold GOP accountable to its promises!? End Result?  Republicans wasted seven years in uttering hot air instead of doing the actual work – this bill failed their rhetoric. This bill also failed the Trust […]

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Freedom Fraud: Trans activists are lying to Granite Staters about ‘Gender Identity’ bill

by Kimberly Morin March 7, 2017

Tomorrow, the New Hampshire House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on House Bill 478 (HB 478), AN ACT prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity, also coined the ‘TransBillNH’ online. Yesterday Political Buzz posted an article about current discrimination laws already providing protections for transgenders to sue based on discrimination at the federal level. There are many […]

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SURVEY: Majority in NH support Right to Work, including union members

by Kimberly Morin February 15, 2017

Yesterday, the University of New Hampshire Survey Center released a survey in which they ask Granite Staters about some hot topics that are happening in the state. One of the biggest pieces of legislation that is going to be voted on by the house this week is “Right to Work” legislation. It is a bill […]

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NY gun control organization takes out bogus ad about ‘Constitutional Carry’

by Kimberly Morin February 6, 2017

Yesterday there was a full page ad in New Hampshire’s Union Leader, paid for by New York gun control organization Everytown for Gun Safety. The gun safety part is emphasized because these people aren’t for gun safety at all, they are for gun bans and gun control. This is an organization run by New York […]

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Republicans: THE Year of NO excuses – Part 1

by Skip January 2, 2017

This is the year that Republicans in both Concord and DC have absolutely are out of excuses to get things that the base has been demanding for years.  The excuses started after the Democrats won the House, Senate, and the Corner office(s) – we can’t get anything done as we don’t have a majority!  Safe […]

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Just going to leave this here…

by Ellen Kolb December 11, 2016

The man who was just elected New Hampshire Speaker of the House on the first ballot with 214 votes is fretting about a “shadow caucus.” See John DiStaso’s WMUR post.

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Data Point – if the Electoral College didn’t exist…

by Skip November 22, 2016

The Progressive / Democrat whiney losers are blaming everything, except for their actual ideology, for their complete annihilation on the national stage (as well as most of the States).  Chief among their faux outrage is that part of the Constitution that rides herd on making sure that small States are treated as well as big […]

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Former State Rep has WARNING for the House about Shawn Jasper as Speaker

by Kimberly Morin November 21, 2016

Dan Tamburello, former New Hampshire State Representative, has some words of wisdom and warning to the incoming house Republicans about electing Shawn Jasper as their speaker. Honorable Members of the General Court, I am writing to you today to illuminate to you the critical importance of your vote for the Speaker of the New Hampshire […]

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So, the GOP in DC decide to cut taxes and shrink government…..aw sheesh

by Skip November 15, 2016

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small,but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.”  – President Obama, Inauguration (2009) Still thinking about the above but what the heck, is the […]

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And now a ‘Word’ from the People of the Sovereign States

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2016

The long, slow, underreported decimation of the Democrat party continued in November 2016. Republicans now have trifectas (governors office, majority house, and state senate) in 31 sovereign states. Three remain split. The Democrats control thirteen.

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In a Nutshell

by Kimberly Morin October 9, 2016
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Are You Oppressed if You Keep Electing the People Who Oppress You?

by Don September 22, 2016

Does the US oppress black Americans?  Colin Kaepernick says “Yes”.  Is this just the attempt of a “has been” to get noticed or is he right? Are our black President, Cabinet Secretaries, Governors, Mayors, Judges, Congressmen, Senators, billionaires, millionaires, and thousands of other black officials oppressed?  Are college educated and other blacks with good jobs, […]

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The Speaker took sides, but…

by Ellen Kolb September 13, 2016

Following up on Steve’s post about New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper taking sides in a few Republican House primaries, let’s see how that’s working out.  The Jasper for NH committee filed a September 7 report of independent expenditures in eight districts, targeting certain GOP incumbents by omission – in Merrimack, for example, the committee’s […]

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Podcast #158 Primary Candidate-Palooza

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2016
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This week we chat with Republican candidates in New Hampshire primaries including, Andy Kohlhofer, John Washburn, Joe Duarte, Steve Kenda, and Dave McCray. The topics range from support for constitutional carry to the broken legal system, health insurance premiums, right to know, domicile and voter fraud, and–most importantly–what voters are saying concerns them most in […]

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So Ersatz Republicans Shawn Jasper and Dick Hinch want to change the NH GOP Platform?

by Skip September 10, 2016

And in the process, run the NH GOP FASTER towards that gorge named Democrat-Lite? A few thoughts on Steve’s post: Will it make any difference?  The NH GOP Leadership, both in the Party and elected politicians, don’t pay much attention to the Platform as it is.  Listen to their words, watch their actions – how […]

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NH Gubernatorial Debates – A circus with plenty of clowns

by Kimberly Morin September 7, 2016

Last night WMUR held two gubernatorial debates – one between the Republican candidates and one between the Democrat candidates. In each debate it seemed some candidates were trying to out-progressive (Democrats) or out-conservative (Republicans) each other.

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The GOP again gives us a reason for “not a dime’s worth of difference”

by Skip August 14, 2016

Or, why do we think there there is only a Fusion Party?  Because they act no differently than the Democrats when they don’t think we’re looking.  Take the appropriations for the Office of Civil Affairs and its meddling over transgenderism by its own re-manufacturing of law and definition replacing the meaning of what was passed […]

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Post-show: How else do you think the Media has earned the moniker of “Democrats with bylines”?

by Skip August 2, 2016

That last phrase courtesy of Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit.  We talked briefly about this state of affairs of the so-called “Press” and their utter contempt towards Republicans and then, Conservatives and Libertarians (Do NOT confuse the latter two groups with the first – I posit that fewer and fewer Republicans are Conservatives (even as they all call […]

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Data Point – Is this why Democrats like Hillary want MORE Muslim refugees?

by Skip July 15, 2016

Makes sense to me.  From a Pew Research report, this stood out (emphasis mine): When it comes to political and social views, Muslims are far more likely to identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party (70%) than the Republican Party (11%) and to say they prefer a bigger government providing more services (68%) over […]

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Happy Independence Day America… You Blew it

by Kimberly Morin July 4, 2016

As we celebrate America’s Independence from a tyrannical government back in 1776, House Republicans in the swamp known as D.C. are considering voting on a bill that violates multiple freedoms that were specifically protected in the Bill of Rights by our Founding Fathers.

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Deja Vu: US House Republicans screw over bondholders like Obama did with the auto industry.

by Skip July 3, 2016

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject […]

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Would Andrew Breitbart Think The Same Thing This Time Around?

by Steve MacDonald June 13, 2016
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Would Andrew have said the same this time around? I think he would.

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Green 20 Gets A Congressional Committee ‘Shot Across The Bow’

by Steve MacDonald May 19, 2016
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The Green 20, seventeen state’s attorneys general and eight environmental groups (17+8=20?) received letters from 13 Science, Space, and Technology Committee Republicans (13=13), concerned that the legal intimidation tactics of the Green 20 (+5) might be violating citizen’s first amendment rights. The letters request documents related to the groups’ coordinated efforts to deprive companies, nonprofit organizations, scientists […]

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Hassan and NH Bureaucrats know better than your doctor how to treat your pain

by Kimberly Morin April 29, 2016

Yesterday Governor Hassan sent a press release touting her signage of the new legislation regarding rule making in the prescriptions of opioids. Suddenly Maggie Hassan and her cohorts in crime in the house and senate (from both political parties) know better than your doctor how to treat your pain. Hassan must have gotten a medical […]

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You Know Who You Are

by Kimberly Morin March 29, 2016
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Bad New Hampshire Republicans. Bad.

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2016
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Special thanks to Spec Bowers for doing all the leg work here. After seeing the list, this is my question for the establishment GOP and NHGOP. How many times does a Republican have to vote with the Democrats instead of the Republicans, before they can no longer be considered a Republican, or a ‘good Republican’ or […]

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New Hampshire’s Latest Criminal Enterprise

by Steve MacDonald March 9, 2016
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Medicaid Expansion in NH is now inevitable. The majority (registered) Republican legislature has guaranteed passage. We discuss the last hearing, the lobbyists, and their water carriers in government.

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I like this new term for “Progressives”: Compassionate Totalitarians

by Skip February 17, 2016

It is clear that today’s progressives have the same constitutional contempt as their predecessors. I hope they do not share the racial vision. Black voters ought to demand, at a minimum, that progressives disavow their ugly racist past. They should re-label themselves to something other than progressives, maybe compassionate totalitarians. If you listen to either […]

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