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The UNH Poll Tax

by Steve MacDonald April 23, 2014
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There was an article in one of the broadsheets this week that observed: A majority of NH College students leave the state after graduation. My first suspicion was that most of that majority came from outside the state.  They never lived here in the first place.  They voted here as if they lived here, but […]

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GrokSHOTS! Why We Named The Strobe ‘Ed Larkin’

by Steve MacDonald March 23, 2014
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If someone calls the studio while we’re recording GrokTALK!, we have a strobe light that flashes to let us know. The first day Skip brought it in I gave it a nick name. Ed Larkin.  On this weeks program we resist that and why people like Larkin get special treatment worthy or our constant ridicule. […]

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Let’s be Honest About Who Is Suppressing Votes in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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The majority of vote suppression in New Hampshire is caused by Democrats harboring and/or encouraging non-residents to vote here instead of where they actually live, thereby suppressing the electoral voice of actual residents whose votes are erased as a result.  The Democrat’s suppression of your votes is wide-spread, and their commitment to suppressing your will […]

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It’s Not Vote Suppression If They Can Vote Absentee Where They Actually Live.

by Steve MacDonald February 23, 2014
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Yesterday, while speaking with Ed Naile on GrokTALK!, I brought up the Democrats claims that we are suppressing votes.  That objecting to out-of-state Democrat operatives or out-of-state-rate-tuition-paying college students voting in New Hampshire is a form of vote suppression.   These are people with multiple “domiciles,” a duplicitous “presence,” in multiple states.  (Many of them are […]

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Obligatory – UNH Had to Have 25 Million More Taxpayer Dollars For Students and Education…or Something.

by Steve MacDonald February 2, 2014
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New Hampshire Democrats cried like lost children when the O’Brein legislature cut some of the public funding to UNH, as did UNH (naturally),  so one of their first priorities for teary-eyed Democrats when they took back the House was to waste 25 million dollars of our money by giving it back to UNH. The emotional […]

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NH Democrat Majority House – Yes, Let’s Give Illegal Alien’s Taxpayer Supported In-State Tuition Rates

by Steve MacDonald January 22, 2014
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The vote has been cast.   New Hampshire Democrats want you to finance in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. Slap! (Full breakdown of the Roll Call available on the jump) HB 474 passed 188 Yea 155 Nay, with 8 “republicans” joining the Democrat majority.  The usual suspects, of course, Kidder, Gargasz, Lockwood, and a few others. It […]

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Hannah Rivers Never Voted In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2013
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Having certified before a New Hampshire court that she, Nebraska resident and UNH student Hannah Rivers, not only sought relief to vote in New Hampshire, she indicated that she intended to vote in New Hampshire. But she never voted in New Hampshire. Despite having over 40 days, including election day, after getting a judge to […]

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May 11th GrokTALK! Guest Segment – Greg Moore from AFP-NH

by Steve MacDonald May 12, 2013

Mike and Steve continue their conversion with Greg Moore, the state director for AFP-NH.   In segment Two they move on to Medicaid funding in the New Hampshire budget, the failure of Medicaid in general, UNH sabbaticals, Lobbying,  funding, conferences, SB 11 (expanded intermunicipal water districts), and more… Download this segment with Greg Moore here […]

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The Whores of UNH

by Steve MacDonald May 2, 2013

UNH held a conference on women in the sex industry in which it used donations and student organization funds to bring in prostitutes from across the nation.  No one knew that was where the money came from until AFP-NH filed a right to know request with the university asking how the travel and expenses of the prostitutes were paid […]

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Cutting Costs at UNH: AFP-NH Has a Suggestion, and So Do I…

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2013

AFP-NH Director Greg Moore fills the “Another View” slot in today’s Union leader with the question, “If you were running a business, how much would you pay your employees not to show up for work?” He then proceeds to ask, how, in this economic environment, the same University system that cannot control costs, that begs for more and more taxpayer bailouts, […]

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UNH Professor Arrested for Assault

by Steve MacDonald March 27, 2013

A 67 year old professor of art history at UNH was arrested Saturday night after allegedly striking a “female live-in acquaintance with a cane,” as reported in the New Hampshire Union Leader. Smith’s address in the article is listed as 27 Elm Street, Newmarket, which is likley where the event took place, the address given […]

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For Rental Property Owners

by Rick Olson March 20, 2013

Never ignore a gut feeling, but never believe that it’s enough.” —Author Unknown So reads the quote at the top of the Landlord Connection, Inc.‘s website. I very rarely outright endorse a service in any of my writings. But today, if there is a service never more worthy of such, it is Landlord Connection. I […]

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Why The Town Of Durham Is Arbitrary To Landlords

by Rick Olson March 20, 2013

“Even in Hell the peasant will have to serve the landlord, for, while the landlord is boiling in a cauldron the peasant will have to put wood under it” —Russian Proverb The Union Leader featured a story on Monday night, “Durham to landlords: Safety standards stand.” Landlords (or to use the contemporary term) Property Owners, […]

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NH Listens? No They Don’t. They Tell!

by Steve MacDonald February 17, 2013

NH Listens is running around the state training “facilitators” to advance a decidedly left wing agenda.  And why not?  The ‘interim’ directer of the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire–which runs NH Listens–is not only a well connected left winger, he doesn’t even live in the granite State. He lives in Maine. And have you seen […]

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But can you get a Bachelor’s in both kinds of stupid?

by Susan Olsen February 11, 2013

              Following in the footsteps of Steve’s great post, I thought I ought to mention (if you hadn’t already heard) there is a student- advocacy organization at UNH called the Student Environmental Action Coalition pressing the university to divest itself from ‘oil and other fossil fuel’ companies.   Mimicking other non-reality-based […]

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Because They Voted Where It Matters

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2012

Boston.com has an article today observing that pro-obama turnout in New Hampshire’s college towns is less than it was in 2008.  There is very intentional mention of concerns (from folks like myself I assume) about out of state students being used to tip the election; but how no one could ever know how they’d vote, […]

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You Want The Truth? You Can’t Handle The Truth!

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2012

Comments are often a great source of amusement, and often suitable for follow up material.  In this instance, in response to my post about Legally stealing elections with out of state voters who just happen to be in New Hampshire, an anonymous commenter using the handle “Speak the Truth” suggested that we just let it […]

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Rassmussen “Hey, UNH – Obama +8? We Don’t Think So…”

by Steve MacDonald October 24, 2012

The big joke of the week has been a UNH poll that showed Obama up by 8 points in New Hampshire.   The UNH poll is a huge joke, and just for good measure, one of the most accurate and reliable polls around just came in with a different set of numbers. Rasmussen is reporting today […]

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Is UNH Using Their Letterhead To Play Politics?

by Steve MacDonald September 15, 2012

A recent letter from UNH President Mark W. Huddleston, emailed to  persons associated with UNH, appears to be asking recipients to pressure (maybe engage and encourage is a better term) the New Hampshire legislature into restoring budget cuts made last session to the University system. I have no issue with “Huddleston the activist” doing that […]

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When Can We Cut the Other 50%?

by Steve MacDonald August 16, 2012

There is a lovely new candidate survey being mailed out to New Hampshire candidates from the Concord Monitor.  While most of the questions are loaded to demarcate the right left divide in state politics–have to make sure we know who the “TEA Party Extremists” are–one question in particular stood out. “Do you support last year’s […]

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Did Durham Outsource Cost of Obama Visit…to Other NH Taxpayers?

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2012

The town of Durham has reported that the costs of the Obama visit–which the Obama campaign refused to pay for–cost the town $19,851.00.  But it will only cost the anonymous donor around $13,000.00 because… c/o Gretyl MacAlaster -July 31st Union Leader “…town public safety officials were able to reduce local costs through careful distribution of […]

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UNH – More Hypocrisy & Politicking…with your tax dollars.

by Steve MacDonald March 13, 2012

The problem with UNH is…it’s filled with progressives, and they love to waste your money.  (Just look at the NH House from 2007-2010.) If UNH isn’t shoveling  federal dollars on cow fart research  to Obama supporter and NH Democrat Party check writer Gary Herschberg, then it is busy paying professors like Ed “Flash” Larkin to […]

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Is It Time To End The Injustice of Out Of State Tuition in NH?

by Steve MacDonald January 26, 2012

New Hampshire’s white tower liberals and their advocates in state government have been adamant about their policy on College students voting in the Granite State.  While we have called this voter fraud, the Democrats insist that if you go to school here, then you should be able to vote here. But are these “New Hampshire […]

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Hmmm, seems like NH Voter fraud has been around for quite some time…blast from the 2001 past

by Skip January 15, 2012

So, you think this is a new thing just because Project Veritas decided to release a video?  One of the main complaints from Conservatives here in NH is that out-of-state students at our in-state Universities vote improperly.  Even as the major news outlets now have “crying in their cups” politicians going “Oh, mea culpa – […]

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Town of Durham Seeks to Inspect Rentals

by Rick Olson December 7, 2011

“College is a refuge from hasty judgment.” —Robert Frost Owning rental property is a daunting endeavor. With ownership comes financial challenges, legal exposure, and responsibilities not traditionally endured with single family home ownership. Add to that facet renting to college students and the task becomes a head-snapping endeavor. Years ago, I found myself dealing with […]

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UNH may have to Layoff More Staff

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2011

Instead of looking for the opportunity to do more with less they blame the legislature for asking them to do what every small business-every family in the state–has already done for years. Cut back, and find new ways to get the job done.

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A New Ed “Flash” Larkin Inspired Scratch Game From The NH Lottery?

by Steve MacDonald September 25, 2011

Talk about a government jobs program. Show some strangers your “little professor” at the grocery store parking lot and we’ll give you $436,875.00 over five years.

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The Cost of Defining “Adequate” In Merrimack NH

by Steve MacDonald March 1, 2011

I announced that if you took the total Merrimack School budget and divided it by the total student enrollment that it cost more than the sending your kid to UNH. This appears to have riled some people up. In fact someone sent me an nice itemized list of the “costs” of sending your kid to UNH for a year just to prove I was wrong, and to justify how Merrimack’s cost per child wasn’t as much.

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What Would We Do Without Studies Like These?

by Steve MacDonald December 28, 2010

Someone has discovered that oral sex is a gateway drug to intercourse among teenagers. A three year study determined that teens who have oral sex are more likley to have intercourse than teens who do not. And if you ask the Baptists they will tell you that intercourse leads to dancing, or was that the other way around?

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