Interview with Trevor Loudon: Marxists, Democrats and uniting Republicans

by Kimberly Morin October 12, 2015

On Saturday at the Republican Liberty Caucus’ biennial meeting, author and political activist fromNew Zealand Trevor Loudon, was one of the keynote speakers. He has written a new book calledEnemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress. He talked about some of the information and research in his book during the speech as […]

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‘Liberty never sleeps’: Republican Liberty Caucus holds biennial meeting in NH

by Kimberly Morin October 11, 2015

This weekend the national Republican Liberty Caucus held their biennial conference in Nashua. Hundreds descended upon the Crowne Plaza Hotel to partake in panel discussions, a straw poll vote and to hear speakers from Rand Paul and Ted Cruz to Trevor Loudon and Grover Norquist.

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Breaking – Paul, Cruz, Winners at RLC Convention

by Mike October 10, 2015

The Republican Liberty Caucus convention this weekend had the obligatory straw poll, and, as you’d expect for a libertarian leaning bunch of conservatives, Rand Paul came in first, closely followed by Ted Cruz. 445 Paul 399 Cruz Thanks to Groksters Kimberly Morin and Jane Cormier for the data.

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603 Alliance Grassroot Summit – Mike Rogers and Trevor Loudon

by Skip April 22, 2015

The resurgent talk about the US Constitution’s Tenth Amendment and States’ Rights was the object of Mike Roger’s speech to the crowd, a subject of no little interest lately with the overreach of the current Obama Administration trying to wend its way into every nook and cranny of everyone’s commercial and private lives.  After all, […]

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603 Alliance Grassroot Summit – Aaron Day & Ann Marie Banfield

by Skip April 22, 2015

Chair of the RLCNH and the Stark 360 PAC, Aaron Day, came to the stage next to talk about both the PAC and the end goal of why this conservative collaboration of getting behind a candidate so as not to repeat the sad lessons of when squishes split the middle of two (or more) conservative candidates.  […]

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Common Core Quip Of The Day

by Steve MacDonald December 21, 2014
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H/T Aaron Day  – RLCNH

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A Personal Endorsement: Rubens For Senate!

by Mike September 8, 2014

I find myself in violent agreement with the rest of the team that Scott Brown is NOT the best person to represent the interests of the state of NH and its citizens in DC, but I differ in my opinion of who the best person would be. I have written previously that I don’t agree […]

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GrokTALK! Aug 30th, 2014 with Aaron Day

by Steve MacDonald September 3, 2014
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The head of the PAC Stark 360, and Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire joins us to talk New Hampshire politics, Andrew Hemingway and the Governors Race, the NH US Senate Race, a number of State Senate races, and politics in general as we enter the last week before the New Hampshire […]

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Notable Quote: Aaron Day – Please Send Someone A Copy of the Party Platform

by Steve MacDonald March 28, 2014
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Can someone point me to the sections in the NH Republican Party Platform that support Obamacare, Common Core, excessive gas taxes, gun regulation, and are anti Right to Work? If not, can someone please forward the platform to the Republican Reps and Senators that voted for such legislation? Also from Aaron… “Had great meetings in […]

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RLCNH Pledge to Stop Obamacare in New Hampshire

by Tom February 27, 2014

  The Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (practically the only NH Republican caucus worth paying attention to), has put together a pledge, for candidates and officer-holders, to declare their commitment to helping stop Obamacare, a “gateway drug to socialism in the Granite State“, in New Hampshire, which could also mean an income tax for us […]

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GrokTALK! with Guest Aaron Day – Chair of the RLCNH

by Steve MacDonald February 2, 2014
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Arron Day from the RLCNH joins us to discuss the ObamaCare expansion in New Hampshire via the Federal government’s failed Medicaid program but before that we touch briefly on some local news including the Hemingway announcement, the License plate scanner bill, Media Matter’s poking its nose under the NH vote fraud tent, and some tidbits […]

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GrokTALK! February 1st, 2014 The Videos – Aaron Day, Bill O’Brien, Susan Olsen, and Michael Maharrey

by Skip February 1, 2014

Normally we’d be posting up the recorded segments from our “recording camera” but that doesn’t allow for bringing in the phone audio (yet!).  However, now that we are livestreaming (and as Steve pointed out, the entire stream is here),  we can use the recorded stream which includes all the audio.   We also realize, that sometimes […]

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New Hampshire Obamacare Expansion and The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party

by Steve MacDonald November 18, 2013
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This is an Op Ed submitted to the press by Aaron Day, the Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (RLCNH).  As a matter of Disclosure, I hold an advisory position on the board of the RLCNH. New Hampshire Obamacare Expansion and The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party This Thursday, […]

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Update from Aaron Day – RLCNH: On Medicaid Expansion in NH

by Steve MacDonald November 7, 2013
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Hello Friends of the RLCNH, I attended the Senate Republican press conference this afternoon regarding Medicaid expansion.  I have enclosed a summary of where we are with both Medicaid expansion and the Republican alternative (spoiler alert:  both plans are unacceptable).  We only have until 11/21 to prevent the largest budget increase in New Hampshire state […]

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Press Conference Today, 1pm at the Legislative Office Building

by Steve MacDonald October 30, 2013
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Hello, My name is Aaron Day.  I am the new Chairman of the RLCNH. The RLCNH is co-hosting a press conference in Concord today (Wed. Oct 30). We will be joining AFP, Rep. George Lambert, Sen. Andy Sanborn, Ray White, Sen. Sam Cataldo at the event today to oppose the Obamacare expansion of Medicaid in […]

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We let Democrats define the terms of our defeat

by Carolyn November 13, 2012

When Democrats set the terms of the 2012 campaign for state and federal offices, Republican leaders blew their horns about jobs and the economy and counted on their position of strength and the glaring weaknesses in their enemy’s lines to secure victory. Republicans lost because they forgot to tell the troops about the Democratic weaknesses. […]

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“We are going to cure cancer…”

by Tim Condon September 26, 2012

One of the great things about my chosen home of New Hampshire—like a majority of people in the state, it’s not where I grew up—is the extraordinary number of friends and people I get to visit and talk to (thank you RLCNH and GraniteGrok.com and NH GOP). One such conversation recently was a true eye-opener. […]

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NH Democrat State Senator Matthew Houde’s Conflict of Interest

by Steve MacDonald August 20, 2012

Nowhere on New Hampshire State Senator, Democrat Matt Houde’s Bio Page does it mention that he is employed as a Lobbyist for Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) .  I guess they forgot to update it? So when the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (Disclosure- I am on the RLCNH board), asked Senator Houde to step […]

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RLCNH Releases Endorsements & Recommendations for 2012

by Steve MacDonald July 24, 2012

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 24, 2012 Media Contact: Carolyn McKinney, chairman, RLCNH, 603-769-4264, chair@rlcnh.org RLCNH RELEASES SESSION SCORECARD, USES BOLD VOTING RECORD STANDARD TO ENDORSE INCUMBENTS In Order to Ensure Best Republicans Win Primaries, RLCNH Introduces New ‘Recommended’ Candidate Level CONCORD, N.H.—With the premiere of its Legislative Scorecard that rates representatives and senators on […]

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As Morally Repugnant as The Healthcare Plantation or How About Economic Collapse?

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2012

Statton Rice of Wolfboro finds it morally repugnant that someone might object to legal plunder to advance the Democrat Health care agenda.  In a  recent editorial (Concord Monitor) Rice wheels out the moral outrage in an attack on RLCNH chairman Carolyn McKinney.   Here is the closing paragraph. Apparently, McKinney does not realize that there are […]

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Audio Blogging? Podcasting? SteveCasting…uh…GrokTALK! [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald June 23, 2012

This is a bit rough, but I figured I’d best give it a go.  It’s an angle I have been thinking about for a while but had not had the time to explore–and may not actually have time to explore–but nothing ventured nothing gained.  Yes, audio blogging, podcasting, SteveCasting if you like.  An aural adventure […]

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How Will You Support Liberty and Freedom In New Hampshire?

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2012

The New Hampshire Republican State Committee is looking for new donors willing to set up recurring monthly donations of  $12.00/month anywhere from 2 to 12 months.  It’s called the Grassroots giver program and you can check it out here.   Or… If you feel like you would like to support Republicans in New Hampshire but you […]

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Running for NH state Rep or Senator? Take the RLCNH survey!

by Carolyn June 20, 2012

The RLCNH is celebrating a successful legislative session and gearing up for campaign season! We just released our 2012 candidate survey (www.rlcnh.org/survey), which is the most comprehensive survey of its kind. We ask future representatives and senators their positions on taxes and spending, Second Amendment rights, local control of education, standing up against judicial tyranny, […]

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We support liberty-minded Republicans to encourage a more perfect New Hampshire

by Carolyn June 20, 2012

Now that the filing period for state elected positions has come to a close, the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (RLCNH) will begin its evaluation of Republicans running for office to determine if they truly understand what it means to support liberty. Generally, conservative Republicans—those who have a deep commitment to liberty— will support […]

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RLCNH Chairman Carolyn McKinney on the proposed education funding amendment

by Tim Condon June 5, 2012

Damn. This lady is looking more and more like New Hampshire’s own version of Michelle Malkin. Some Republicans—even some good ones—are supporting CACR-12, the proposed state constitutional amendment which would constitute a state takeover of education and guarantee unending future pressure for ever-more spending and ever-higher taxes. In explaining why we must oppose the harmful […]

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Op-Ed by Carolyn McKinney (Chair, RLCNH) “The Legislature must reestablish its place above the courts”

by Carolyn May 14, 2012

The Legislature must reestablish its place above the courts By Carolyn McKinney, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. While many in Concord are clamoring over language for an educational-funding constitutional amendment (CACR 12), what’s being lost in the final debate of the 2011-2012 session is a constitutional amendment proposal far more important […]

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RLCNH Report for March 28, 2012

by Tim Condon March 28, 2012

      The RLCNH Report       March 28, 2012 On every day, in every way,  the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire keeps politically aware! individuals—and everyone else, too—on top of what’s happening with the state legislature in Concord. Read the latest issue HERE.

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The NHRVC Merges with the RLCNH

by Steve MacDonald March 26, 2012

Last Friday I announced that some changes were coming with the New Hampshire Republican Volunteer Coalition, the NHRVC.  Well, they are upon us.  Effective today, we have joined forces with the RLCNH, in an effort to create one of the largest Grass roots groups in the state dedicated to supporting and electing  principled conservative and […]

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Here’s the latest RLCNH Report on the State Legislative Session

by Tim Condon March 6, 2012

  RLCNH REPORT for March 6, 2012: TOP ACTION ITEMS Expose TSA Abuses HB 628-FN would allow citizens to report to a police officer on the scene or the county sheriff any invasive search by TSA agents, and that report will be sent to a designated directory for public viewing with the state police. This bill […]

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Good stuff: The RLCNH Report for the week of January 9

by Tim Condon January 10, 2012

Hot off the presses: This week’s RLCNH Report features a long list of bills that the legislature did not vote on last week, plus a calendar full of House committee hearings. Top action items for the week include: HB 574 to restore property rights during a time of emergency HB 1382 to allow parents to […]

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