Norm Silber, Author at Granite Grok

Norm Silber

Norm Silber is a New Hampshire & Florida lawyer & political activist living in Gilford.  He served as a NH State Representative during 2017-18, was again elected to serve in the House in 2021-22,  and is an active member of numerous politically-oriented advocacy organizations, including The Federalist Society, the Republican National Lawyers Association, the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition, and Gun Owners of America.

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Some Thoughts on the Surfside Florida Building Collapse and Occupational Licensing

This writer, born and raised on the West Coast of Florida, and who ended up, much to his surprise, practicing law in Miami for about 40 years before finally being able to escape to New Hampshire (where he had been visiting frequently over that 40 year period), has some thoughts about the tragic collapse of …

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Formally Banning the teaching of Critical Race Theory in the Public Schools is Not Enough

Now that our Governor has signed HB2, the budget “trailer” bill, containing various “policy” matters, into law, and because HB2 as adopted now contains a version of the ban on teaching CRT in our schools that had originally been proposed as a standalone, stronger bill, there may be a tendency to relax with the notion …

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Why I Am On Strike

I ran for and was elected to the NH House of Representatives (twice) as a Republican. I am not a Republican In Name Only. I support the platform of the New Hampshire Republican Party and I vote in accordance with its principles.

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Turnabout Is Fair Play

This past weekend, this writer received an email from an organization calling itself “The Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire,” stating that Ruth Larson had made a donation to it “in honor of Norman Silber.”

Momentary Republicans

Existing New Hampshire election law allows for anyone who has registered as “Undeclared” for their political party, sometimes called “independent” in other states, to request on primary election day a ballot to vote in a Republican party primary.

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Another Government Boondoggle- Big Surprise.

It has recently been announced that the governor and Executive Council authorized the New Hampshire Bureau of Rails and Transit to enter into a $5,448,607 contract with a company in Manchester to undertake the development and engineering phases of the long-discredited project to bring commuter rail service to the Capitol Corridor between Lowell, Mass., and …

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