If you are going to run for President, you have to start here in NH. Or Iowa (for our friends there). Max has now started here – I forgot to ask if he has been to Iowa yet. In any case, here he is making his case to the attendees:
From Jan 14th, 2014 – Rep. Jane Cormier discusses a bill to undercut the abusive power of unelected regional planning commissions. We’ve also got Rep. John Burt, and Max Abramson joins us to discuss charges of police brutality.
It is legal to use firecrackers in New Hampshire (control is at the town level) but illegal to sell them here. In this end of session update, Max Abramson explains how our Democrat Gov. vetoed a simple fix and that one of the biggest opponents to legalizing the sale in NH was a retailer in …
This week our guests are Frank Edelblut (Candidate for NH Governor). David McIntosh from Club for Growth gives us an ExIm Bank update–remember that? Dustin Siggins tells us about a pro-life women’s health clinic called Stanton Healthcare with plans to go toe-to-toe with Planned Parenthood. And Max Abramson updates us on this weeks NH House …
Jim Rubens, Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s primary challenger, joins us to talk about Kelly’s record and why he’s the better Republican. John Zmirack helps us explore the question, “why did experimental science arise in the West, as opposed to other civilizations?” And Guest host Max Abramson had a slew of legislative updates.
From July 13th, 2013: Joe Mendola joins us to talk about sharing the conservative message with college kids. Then Max Abramson shares his court case, we play the 911 call, and cover some details about self defense, brandishing, and lethal an non lethal force in New Hampshire.
Guest host Jane Cormier joins us as we welcome New Hampshire Fisherman David Goethel (on Federal intrusions in to the Fishing industry), Pete Ingemi (Da Tech Guy), Rick Manning (from Americans for Limited Government), and Max Abramson drops in for our first legislative update of 2016.
This week we are joined by Andrew Hemingway (Caucus and NH Young Republicans), CNHT Chair Ed Naile (Vote Fraud and voter Suppression), and NH House Rep Max Abramson on some upcoming legislation in the NH House.
We are joined by Canadian Health Care refugee Shona Holmes, talk show host Rich Girard , and Max Abramson gives us a primer on bills up for a veto override vote this week in the NH legislature.
Today on GrokTALK!, Jorge Mesa-Tejada on education, NRA stickers and Hoplophobes with Richard Olson, the upcoming veto override vote on HB603 with Max Abramson, Kimberly Morin from the Summit at Jackson Hole, WY, and senior Writer from the Federalist Stella Morabito.