Steve is a Blogger/Editor at -- New Hampshire's leading Conservative blogsite. He is also the co-host of GrokTALK!, a weekly two-hour political podcast, a member of the Coalition of New Hampshire Tax Payers (CNHT), is Vice-Chair of the New Hampshire Republican Volunteer Coalition (NHRVC), and sits on the board of Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire.


    Sean Mahoney’s Abortion Contradiction

    Ronald Reagan believed in the right to life. NH-01 candidate Sean Mahoney, who makes the claim that he came to the Republican Party under Ronald Reagan (before he and his checkbook flirted with the democrat party) has this to say about life on his campaign site. Sean Mahoney is pro-life and will work to protect the lives of the unborn when he is in Congress. In | Read More »

    Reagan Republican?

    Sean Mahoney has a serious integrity problem.  He’s got this idea in his head that he can call himself a Reagan Republican. “You know I first came to this party under Ronald Reagan.” (Link: at 1:07) Sean might have a hard time selling himself as a politically active teenager “to come to the party with Reagan” because unless I’m mistaken he wasn’t even old enough | Read More »

    How Not To File With The FEC

    ADR 107 RESPONDENTS: Sean Mahoney for Congress, James McKay, assistant treasurer SOURCE: FEC Initiated (RAD) SUBJECT: Failure to accurately disclose loans NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT: Respondents, in an effort to resolve this matter and avoid similar errors in the future agree to amend reports previously filed with the Commission and to put in place procedures to avoid similar reporting errors and select an appropriate representative of the | Read More »

    He Went To Do Good, He Stayed To Do Well

    The saying is that “he went to Washington to do good and stayed to do well” and the first name that popped into my mind was Charlie Bass.  C-Bass (Former (r)epublcian congressman from New Hampshire, and current candidate in the CD-2 NH primary) epitomizes this ruling class cultural maxim.  He promised you term limits then changed his mind.  He became a Main Streeter, a moderate | Read More »

    Taking Back New Hampshire

    New Hampshire is turning red again.  If you ask locally, even among some democrats, the Republicans are taking back both houses of the legislature, should keep Judd Gregg’s Senate seat, and will very likely flip both House seats.  The only job they had not seen themselves taking was the Governorship but that may be changing. In the early days of spring the National Organization for | Read More »


    New Hampshire Congressman Paul Hodes–now Senate candidate Hodes–had this to say about the defeat of expanded SCHIP legisaltion back in 2007.   1) There is a huge difference between what the President values and what the American people value. To the President and his allies in Congress, $190 billion this year for the war in Iraq is a necessity, but $35 billion to provide health care | Read More »

    NH Money Grab Back In The News

    Up In New Hampshire the JUA money grab is back in the news.  A group is blasting NH Senate Candidate Kelly Ayotte (R), and NH Governor John Lynch (D), for trying to balance the state budget last year with $110 million from a malpractice fund created by the state but filled with money from the pockets of doctors who were forced by law to contribute to | Read More »

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