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Susan Olsen – On Being Assaulted by Dem. Rep. Katherine Rogers

Last night Susan Olsen took some time to talk about the circumstances surrounding her assault and the pending arraignment of the perp, New Hampshire Democrat House Rep. Katherine Rogers. We discuss the State Senate recount and the interaction between the accused and the accosted. Why the report was filed after the House Session, and more.

Duration: 00:13:28

Election Fraud is Real

From the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers Annual Taxpayer Picnic, CNHT Chairman Ed Naile talks about voter fraud, the Trump Election Commission, and cases of actual vote fraud in New Hampshire.

Duration: 00:29:56

CNHT Picnic: Andy Sanborn is Running for Congress in NH CD-1

State Senator Andy Sanborn, speaking at the CNHT Picnic this past weekend, took a few minutes to offer a short, simple set of reasons to support him for Congress in New Hampshire CD-1 in 2018. Audio 5 min 14 sec.

Duration: 00:05:13

Kate Baker: The State of Education Choice in New Hampshire

Kate Baker is the Director of the Children’s Scholarship Fund NH and she took some time at the CNHT Taxpayer Picnic to update attendees on the state of Education Choice and reform in the Granite State, including legislation, the scholarship program private and charter schools, education victories, and how the recent SCOTUS decision in Trinty Luthern v. Comer could affect […]

Duration: 00:17:22

Kimberly Morin: Democrats are Lying

Recorded live from the CNHT taxpayer Picnic, our own Kimberly Morin from NH Political Buzz and Girard at Large, emphasizes a few important points we all need to remember. New Hampshire Democrat leadership is lying about the Trump election commission. Obama had an election commission that asked states to share voter information. Her feelings about Governor […]

Duration: 00:07:05

Should John Burt Run Against Dem. State Sen. Lou D’Allesandro?

House Rep. John Burt talks about the media, constitutional carry, what a waste of space Washington DC is, and his next run for public office. Should he run for Congress, challenge Democrat Lou D’Allesandro for the NH State Senate, or how about staying in the NH House and running for Speaker?

Duration: 00:07:33

GT Flashback with Marilinda Garcia, Jack Biltis, and Mike Rogers

Congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia joins us to talk Millennials. Jack Biltis, President of TAG Employer Services, talks about the regulatory state. Then Mike Rogers calls in from the CCDL gun rights rally in Connecticut.

Duration: 01:59:59

GT-Flashback March 15th, 2014 Bill O’Connor, Scott Wilson, Allen, and Radical Moderate

ICYMI – Bill O’Connor from the Strafford County GOP talks about SABRE PAC and their radio ad. Scott Wilson (CCDL) updates us on gun-rights in Connecticut. And Grok Commenters Allen and Radical Moderate share their thoughts on the air. Originally broadcast March 15th, 2014.

Duration: 01:59:59

GT Flashback – Kevin Avard, Pam Tucker, Karen Testerman

From March 2014, as the 2014 election season heats up we visited with NH House Rep and House Republican Alliance Co-Chair Pamela Tucker. The founder of Cornerstone Policy Research and Candidate for the US Senate – Karen Testerman. And former House Rep, and Candidate for the NH State Senate – Kevin Avard.

Duration: 02:00:00

GT-Flashback March 1st, 2014

Those who ignore history and all that, right. So here’s our podcast from March 1st, 2014 with conversations on Crimea, Medicaid Expansion, Bondage and Submission sex videos for teens, and Democrats oppressing speech.

Duration: 01:59:59

GT Flashback – Feb. 22nd, 2014

We’ve got voter fraud revelations tied to Joe Biden’s niece Alana, author Warren Ray joins us to discuss his book, ‘Shadow Patriots,’ and Darren McKinney from Americans for Tort Reform to discuss States that are Judicial Hellholes (like New Hampshire).

Duration: 01:59:59

GT Flashback – January 31st, 2015

In this weeks GT Flashback Susan Olsen discusses a hearing on constitutional carry (2015), Scott Wilson from Connecticut Citizens Defense league updates us on the Sandy Hook Commission, Jane Cormier talks about former governor Maggie Hassan’s budget-priorities.

Duration: 01:59:59

GT Flashback February 8th, 2014

It’s a GrokTALK! Flashback from February, 8th 2014 with (then) Free State President Carla Gericke, Ian Underwood, Mark Warden, and Kevin Bloom. We discuss why it is a waste of time to ban cell phones, the NH Republican Senate’s Great Compromise, free speech, civil asset forfeiture, the Free State Project, Liberty Forum, and more.

Duration: 01:55:51

UNH Residency Rules Good Enough for Election Law

Out-of-state college students who pay out-of-state tuition are not just encouraged but allowed to vote in New Hampshire. It’s a long-standing issue. But the University of NH has a solution. (90 seconds)

Duration: 00:01:29

GT Flashback Jan. 11th, 2014

From Jan 14th, 2014 – Rep. Jane Cormier discusses a bill to undercut the abusive power of unelected regional planning commissions. We’ve also got Rep. John Burt, and Max Abramson joins us to discuss charges of police brutality.

Duration: 02:00:00

A “Staff” Infection in Trump’s White House?

Mike Rogers joins me as we discuss Trump’s Cabinet, the glorious Twitter end around, why it is better to Repeal and Don’t Replace, the risk of a ‘Staff’ infection in Trump’s White House, and we wonder what will become of the Tsars?

Duration: 00:14:59

Flashback – GrokTALK! Jan 4th, 2014

Rick Olson, Greg Moore (AFP), Betsy McCaughey, and Alexandria Lainez join Skip, Mike, and Steve us from January 4th, 2014, for a GrokTALK! Podcast Flashback.

Duration: 01:59:59

Protesting on Federal Land is Good When It is Obama Approved

Here’s another Obama double standard. Environmental protesters opposing an approved pipeline, squatting on Federal land is free speech, but peaceful ranchers are viewed as criminals.’ Rachel Alexander explains.

Duration: 00:10:26

Fighting Class Action Lawsuit Abuse

Lawrence Schonbrun joins me to discuss Class Action Lawsuit abuse in the form of massive payouts to law firms at the expense of those they claim were “injured.”

Duration: 00:17:26

What Trump And Reagan Have in Common

Dr. Matt Briggs (PhD. is statistics) and I discuss how the press treated Reagan in 1980 and how it may have affected polling before that election, then compare that to the press impact on potential Trump voters and polling in 2016.

Duration: 00:17:00

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