Jim Kofalt, Author at Granite Grok

Jim Kofalt

Jim is a Board Member of the 603 Alliance and lives in Wilton, New Hampshire.   He also serves as the Northeast Director for Right Tech PAC, which provides campaign technology to candidates who will advance the cause of limited government.  Jim has served on his school budget committee and has been a candidate for State Representative.

CCHD Marxism

Attention Catholics: This Weekend’s “Anti-Poverty” Collection Funds Marxism

It’s that time of year again… time for the US Conference of Catholic Bishops to launch their annual Adopt-a-Marxist program, more commonly known as the “Catholic Campaign for Human Development” (CCHD).  If you donate to the CCHD collection this weekend, you will be supporting radical Marxist organizations throughout the US.

Welcome to California (NH)

California Bureaucrats to Create NH State Laws?

In case you needed any more evidence of just how crazy the NH Democrats have gotten: NH Democrat Rebecca McWilliams (Concord) is proposing a bill that would (in effect) delegate the regulation of New Hampshire’s air quality standards to a group of left‑coast bureaucrats known as the California Air Resources Board (CARB).

Polar Bear Climate change makes me sad

NBC Invites “Climate Confessions”, Hilarity Ensues

NBC News has created a platform for virtue-signaling doomsday-cult enthusiasts to confess their sins. “Climate Confessions” is a new page on the NBC News website that offers the public a forum for posting admissions of their environmentally unfriendly habits.


Is it Time to Start Talking About Communism Again?

Ten years ago, “socialism” was still a dirty word on both sides of the political aisle. Leftists deflected accusations of socialism as an expression of old-fashioned right-wing paranoia (and racism!), while right-of-center pundits avoided it like a third rail.


Settled Silence

If man-made climate change is indeed the most urgent threat facing humanity, then experts should embrace the opportunity to make that case and convince non-believers. Unfortunately, the most strident advocates for climate-change remediation seem uninterested in coming to the table.