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“Gun Control” – that’s just so HARSH. WMUR approves of Obama Administration’s Politically Correct term: “safety”

During lunch I wanted to find out what the weather was going to be so I switched on WMUR and listened to Melinda Davenport read the update on the Presidential Gun Task Force: Well, the gun debate continues to heat up.  VP Joe Biden kicked off his gun violence task force yesterday by meeting with …

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“What we can do is to make the environment here so unwelcoming…”

WMUR has a story about a radio poll gone wild.  The Girard at Large program held an on-line poll seeking votes for Manchester New Hampshire person of the year; it attracted more than 44,000 responses complete with comments they thought were a bit over the top. …on social media, the unofficial race turned ugly, with …

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Andrew Manuse on WMUR

Andrew is the Executive Secretary of the RLCNH, the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and he sat down for a few minutes with WMUR’s James Pindell to talk about not running for office again, and the current state of the Republican Party in New Hampshire.  

GrokTV Special Interview: NH Prez Debate – the Moderators deliberately tried baiting the Republicans

Speaking of journalists….. I also did an interview with Jerry Delemus of the Granite State Patriot Liberty PAC and Diane Bitter (Republican activist and co-founder of the Seacoast Freedom Network).  The full interview is on the bottom, but Jerry, during the interview, raised my eyebrows a bit. Conservatives often believe that journalists are often biased …

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Little Footprints In The Digital Snow

Some of the establishment ‘insiders’ in the New Hampshire political news firmament are clinging to their status as the connected resource for information, defending their political crack house like some kind of punditry-pusher for the news junkies in the Granite state.

Bird Ruffles Feathers–Gets three to six

The problem seems to be that Bird had confronted a woman who had accidentally wandered onto his property in search of directions, and he was in no mood for small talk. He brandished his sidearm when she did not leave at his request for which he was charged and convicted of criminal threatening.