Tag Archives: GraniteGrok
“Dominating the Political Bandwidth in New Hampshire.”
I’m joined by Skip Murphy to discuss GranitGrok.com’s rapid rise in reach since the beginning of the year and how we are finally living up to the tagline I convinced him to put on the home page several years ago. … Continue reading
GraniteGrok Improves to Eighth Place in Alexa NH Media Rankings
Twenty-Two days ago I announced a Grok ‘Resolution’ of sorts. Our effort to overtake the Keen Sentinel in Alexa’s US Rankings. Everyone needs goals, right? I’m happy to report that we’ve made some progress. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok.com
Is It Time for Some New Trolls?
The moderators at Granite Grok have allowed trolls to gum up the works of the comments section for a long time. These trolls have a pattern of behavior which is easy to see. It is tedious, repetitive, repetitive, and repetitive. The … Continue reading
New Hampshire’s Leading Conservative Blog site is looking for Conservative or Conservatarain writers
New Hampshire’s Leading Conservative Blog site is looking for Conservative or Conservatarain writers to contribute to the site. The pay is lousy ($0) but you get to trigger snowflakes clinging to a failed and fragile progressive worldview. Interested parties … Continue reading
I’ll Be Posting and Blogging from the CNHT Picnic Today.
I will be posting updates from the CNHT Picnic today, which runs from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Sweeney Post #2 – American Legion 251 Maple Street (one way) Manchester, NH 03103 Across from Gill Stadium. Look for GraniteGrok!
Smile Democrats: NH Has Performed 40% More Background Checks Since 2014
At every opportunity, New Hampshire Democrats and the anti-gun lobby sell their corrupted wares under a banner that increasingly reads “New Hampshire blah blah blah support background checks.” … The answer is more of them. More background checks. More! Now! Well, … Continue reading
“School Budgets: Getting Ahead of the Curve”
The School District Governance Association of New Hampshire (SDGA NH) announces an upcoming workshop. Across the state, Budget Committees and School Boards are reorganizing with their newly-elected members to begin work on the next year’s round of school budgets. This workshop … Continue reading
Secretary of State Bill Gardner – Too Little – Too Late
In this article, the NH Secretary of State claims there about 458 returned same-day voter affidavits of people who voted in on November 8, 2016, without any form of identification. They simply filled out an affidavit claiming domicile at a … Continue reading
Trump – NH
From GraniteGrok.com, courtesy of “Columbus,” a front row seat to Donald Trump’s speech yesterday in New Hampshire. Thanks to Grokster Mike who posted it and of course to Columbus for the front row seat. Continue reading