Kimberly Morin

Kimberly Morin is a political activist in the Granite State. She is a lifelong Independent who calls out both sides of the aisle when they screw up.

Dear Candidates: STOP treating women as if we are nothing but talking vaginas!!!!!

Unless you’ve been holed up in a cave and not paying attention to the elections coming up, you will have noticed that Democrats in New Hampshire – Shaheen, Shea-Porter, Kuster and Hassan – believe women are nothing more than talking vaginas.  Apparently to these ‘women’, the only thing female voters care about has to do …

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Jim Foley: theft, lies, forgery, disbarment and less than honorable discharge

Last night someone posted a document so damning about Jim Foley (running for NH Senate in District 19) that the Windham Republican Town Committee almost instantaneously removed it.  Some on the Windham Committee support Jim Foley.  It’s unfortunate they don’t want voters getting the truth.  Luckily the document is still available  here [and here: FOLEY ].  Apparently Jim …

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Boutin is a Conservative like I am a Progressive

  Oh the bittersweet irony.  When I clicked on a link to review another article about failed Republicans putting Obamacare’s Medicaid Expansion into place, I got an ad from Senator David Boutin saying he’s ‘fighting for taxpayers’. Really?  David Boutin fights for taxpayers and I’m Queen Mary.  Give me a break.  The irony was not …

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Are the Seacoast Republican Women sexist or just biased?

  An email received Tuesday from the Seacoast Republican Women’s organization advertises an event being held by Senator Nancy Stiles.  Stiles is up for re-election in the Seacoast region in district 24.  Normally this wouldn’t be a big deal except they haven’t done the same for any other candidates in the area.  Steve Kenda is …

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Just like his voting record – Senator Boutin gets worse as the night goes on – Part 5

As the night goes on Senator  Boutin only gets worse, to the point the bartender intervenes as he curses at the patrons on the other side of the bar.  Even telling the bartender to “F*ck Off” and calling one guy a “F*cking A$$hole.”  It’s hard to believe you’re watching a sitting New Hampshire State Senator …

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NH Senate Republican Majority PAC lies about anti-2nd Amendment Senators

The NH Senate Republican Majority PAC  beclowns itself:   “The Senate Republican Majority PAC’s mission is to support and elect Republicans to the New Hampshire State Senate.”  By paying for a 4-color mailer costing $5,000 or more, it attempts to impose mass amnesia on Senate 16 District voters in order to make them forget just how anti-firearms …

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Manchester Parents are fighting back against Mayor Gatsas’ “Broken Promises”

    The flier above is what’s being dropped around Manchester so that parents and members of the community are aware of the egregious votes that are going on at the Curriculum and Instruction Committee (C&I) and will appear before the Manchester School Board on August 11th.  Members of both the C&I and the school …

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There’s a storm brewing in Manchester and again Common Core is the epicenter

As reported by Rich Girard on “Girard At Large” yesterday, the state battle over Common Core continues in Manchester.    Since the Curriculum and Instruction Committee (C&I) decided to approve what they claim to be “better standards” over Common Core and push forward to a vote by the Manchester School Board, there has been controversy about whether they are …

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