Daily Archives: February 14, 2018

Combating the Islamic Radicalization of American Youth

I had the honor and privilege of speaking with Raheel Raza from the Clarion Project about their campaign to prevent the spread of radical Islamic ideology and violence among American children and youth. A Pakistani living as a Canadian Citizen, … Continue reading

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Time to Restore the Rights of the Legitimate Voter

Many years ago, when I left home to enter the University of Maryland, it was with the intention of living there only from September through May of each year. It was my expectation – which events justified – that from … Continue reading

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Give Homeschoolers Fair Treatment

The House Children and Family Law Committee planned to continue the public hearing on HB 1650 re educational neglect on Tuesday, February 13th; however, because it did not appear in the House Calendar, it is rescheduled for Wednesday, February 21st, immediately before … Continue reading

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Chairman Resigns from Merrimack County Republican Committee

The NH GOP membership is constantly reminded that the primary focus of the party is to elect someone who identifies as a Republican.  We are assured that anyone who is 80% Republican is better than the Democrat. But it is … Continue reading

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Cleaning up Firearms Language in State Statute

Susan Olsen joins me to discuss the introduction of SB500, Senator Kevin Avard’s Bill to clean up firearms terminology in State Statute. We talk about the proposed changes, testimony, support and opposition to the legislation. | Listen at GraniteGrok.com

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Judge declares plaintiffs in Nashua spending cap suit have no standing

NASHUA — The city’s spending cap violates state law and is unenforceable, according to a judge who has dismissed a lawsuit brought against the city by two former aldermen. Hillsborough County Superior Court Judge Charles Temple ruled Tuesday that because the … Continue reading

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A 40 Days For Life Challenge!

I just subjected myself (and my Facebook followers) to five minutes on-camera to throw down a modest challenge. The next 40 Days for Life campaign is hours away. In New Hampshire, three campaigns are going on, with plenty of vigil … Continue reading

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