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I have listened / watched the Judge twice when he as gave large audience speeches – he is quite animated, quite forceful, and very grounded.  I didn’t always get the chance to watch his show, Freedom Watch, but I was impressed with his speeches.  From LiveLeak: Hmmm, Jr. Partners… (H/T: Protect the Second Amendment – …

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Are Legacy Republicans In New Hampshire Nothing But Sunshine Patriots?

(Originally written for Leaven For The Loaf)   The Republican 80-20 rule doesn’t apply to New Hampshire Libertarians, Conservatives, or anyone that has ever considered themselves aligned with the TEA Party.  You are with the Republican establishment or against them.  “Against them” means failing or refusing to toe any line laid before you by the …

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NH GOP National Committeeman Steve Duprey on “Flat Earth TEA Partiers, and Ted Cruz Fans”

Even a casual reader of the ‘Grok knows that we have been writing about the Civil War now raging within the NH GOP and the GOP is general; the VA Governor race has brought that to the fore.  Nice to see, on the topic of expanding Medicaid here in NH, that former NH GOP Chair …

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Pete Silva Loses Special Election in Nashua- My Post Election ‘Passing Thoughts’ (And then some…)

Using back of the envelope calculations, comparing the turnout in November 2012 to the results from Tuesday’s Ward 8 NH House race, it is is difficult to suggest anything other than this.  Ward 8 is currently owned by Democrats and that’s the end of the story. Silva would have had to turn out 50% of …

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He’s right – which is more important: being liked as a moderate or fighting like a Conservative (and winning)

Daniel Greenfield over at Frontpage Mag has his take on what ails the GOP.  Like Steve, like me, he sees what’s wrong and the inertia that stands in the way to start winning again.  A few excerpts (emphasis mine): If you don’t fight, you can’t win. That’s what the Party of Lincoln, a party that …

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Merrimack County Republican Committee – My ‘discussion’ Part 1

Well, this micro-saga started when a Merrimack County Republican Committee (“MCRC”) meeting turned out to be rather short for me (“An NH GOP State Committee Member, computer bag, and tripod walk into a Merrimack County Repub meeting“): …Only if one believes the meme of “anybody with an R next to their name IS a good …

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GrokTALK! October 19th 2013

This week on GrokTALK! Skip and Steve’s guests are Max Abramson and Ann Marie Banfield… Some of the Topics, in no particular order…The Philosophical Split in the GOP and NHGOP, Kelly Ayotte, the Castro Regime, Papa Sununu, Skip’s Speech at the MCRC, we get an update on Max Abramson’s court case, tackle several aspects of …

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And one Constitutional reason why the Republicans SHOULD not cave

Our Constitution is under assault like never before – Progressives see it, along with traditional families, the value of self-reliance, and God, as the last impediments to transforming America into their version of Dystopia Utopia.  Congressman Tom McClintock (R-CA) has the following observations on the current Continuing Resolution to keep the Government open (as the …

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GOP Should Stop Looking To ‘New Coke’ for Answers

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie argued that you must first ‘Get Republicans’ Elected if you want policy decisions made from a Republican perspective. To my ear that admonition is little different from the phrase ‘We need more” teachers (cops, firefighters, social workers).  The result of more of any of those things is not necessarily better …

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