Nicole Fortune joins me to discuss a proposed amendment to the constitution (CACR22) known as Marcy’s law. A change sold as victims rights that are actually bad for victims, bad for privacy, bad for the accused, but good for government. Listen to find out why. Visit the blog post for this episode to find more ways […]
Another week’s worth of content compiled into one handy podcast. We start with a rewind episode with Dr. Matt Briggs about Trump’s polling before the election and end with a warning about dealing with the left. Never give up, never surrender, and never ever beg. More ways to listen on the blog page for this […]
The left can’t just disagree. They seek and exploit any sign of weakness to destroy political opponents. Skip Murphy and I explore the topic by jumping off an article in Taki Mag by Davide Cole titled, “Memo to Laura Ingraham, Never Beg.” Find more ways to listen here.
Susan Olsen shares her experience with a NH House committee and a simple piece of legislation and how having a citizen legislature, while necessary to a free and prosperous people, can (sometimes) be a serious pain in the ass. Visit the blog page of this podcast for more ways to listen.
Ed Naile has his right to know request back from Newbury, New Hampshire, We review the details and explore the options when a town (inadvertently?) violates your constitutional rights. Check out the blog post of this podcast for more ways to listen.
Another week another week’s worth of interviews on topics from trade and tariffs to Female Genital mutilation legislation, to Gun laws, local government hijinks and public school tyranny. View the original blog post of this podcast for more ways to listen.
When Public Schools try to extend their disciplinary reach and influence outside the educational calendar and off campus parents need to rein them and their facilitators in. Skip Murphy joins me to discuss a recent example of this, check it out. Check out the original blog post of this podcast for more ways to listen.
Everyone talks about big government incompetence and malfeasance but it starts at the local and town level. Ed Naile is back to touch on a handful of local issues, some of which you may be having (or have had) in your town and might not even know it. Visit the original blog post of this […]
Susan Olsen returns to provide an update from yesterday’s hearing in the New Hampshire House for SB500. Legislation to amend firearms terminology in state Statute. (We even toss in a fashion alert on that “retired” resource officer from Parkland, Florida.) Check out the blog post of this podcast for more ways to listen.
There is a State Senate Judiciary Committee hearing today on HB 1739, An Act prohibiting female genital mutilation in New Hampshire. Kimberly Morin joins me to talk about the bill, the root of the practice and who did and did not speak in favor of banning the practice in the Granite State. Visit the original […]
Mike Rogers joins me to explore Trump’s revolving door at the White House (Not such a bad thing). Then it’s on to the political establishment’s reaction to steel and aluminum tariffs. Good, bad, the analysis might surprise you. Check out the original blog post for more ways to listen.
This week our guests include CNHT chairman Ed Naile, Daren Bakst from the Heritage Institute, Pro-Life activist Ellen Kolb, and Kimberly Morin. On topics from the Second Amendment, liberal malfeasance, water rights, free speech, and compelled speech. Visit the original blog post for more ways to listen.
The Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers explains the how, what, where, and why of a clear-cut case of compelled speech by local government officials in New Hampshire. Learn what to look for and what to do when it happens in your town. Visit the original blog post for more ways to listen.
Daren Bakst, The Heritage Foundation’s research fellow in agricultural policy, joins me to discuss Obama Era EPA overreach and the Water of the US Rule. Where we are (everything from a lake to a puddle can be regulated). What Congress can or should do. And what if anything you can do to help.
During her remarks at the Women’s Defense League 2A Rally, former NH Right to Life President Jane Cormier announces his bid for the District 4 Executive Council (EC) seat and explains a bit about what the EC is and does. Visit the original blog pose of this podcast for more ways to listen.
Freelance writer, pro-life activist Ellen Kolb joins me to discuss compelled speech and the case of NIFLA v Becerra which challenges a California Law the forces pro-life clinics to advertise state-funded abortion services. Visit the original blog post for more ways to listen.
Michelle Levell, the chairman of the women’s defense league, speaks to the problem of Security theater, that dog and pony show put on by the left where they pretend to do something that ultimately makes us less safe, just so they can nibble away at our constitutional rights. For more ways to listen visit the […]
Kimberly Morin joins me to discuss the NH Media “response” to the Women’s Defense League’s 2A Rally last weekend and how they can’t just report on the event. They have to make it about dishonest progressive, gun-grabbing narratives. Visit the original blog post for more ways to listen.