Skip Murphy explains his first (of perhaps several) Right to Know requests to a Windham School Board that has rammed through transgender bathroom rules without following district policy. Listen from the original blog post page here.
Phil Kerpen from American Commitment joins me to explain why he believes the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law is a triple victory for the American people. You can also listen in from the orginal blog post page here.
Ed Naile from the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers joins me to discuss municipal corruption in New Boston. This podcast is the only media on this issue anywhere. News 9 mysteriously pulled their story. You can also Listen on the original Blog post page here.
Kimberly Morin is back to talk about how the predictable rantings of liberal hoplophobes and their obsession with a dangerous political agenda make a serious conversation about mental health and violence impossible. You can find the original blog post here.
Another week, another great list of guests, all together in one convenient podcast. This week: Ellen Kolb, Kimberly Morin, Susan Olsen, Elliot Axelman, Raheel Raza, and Skip Murphy. Original post page here – where you can find more ways to listen
Skip Murphy joins me to discuss HB 1668, the soda ban bill that empowers the nanny state to micro-manage yet another aspect our existence. What beverage restaurants can allow parents to order with kids meals? View or listen on the original blog post page here.
The proposed Family Medical leave legislation will create an income tax but there’s plenty more wrong with this bill if the tax isn’t enough. Elliott Axelman joins me to discuss the many troubling facets of this awful piece of legislation (HB 628). Original Blog Page Post can be Found Here
Susan Olsen joins me this week to discuss Kevin Avard’s Bill, SB 500: an Act amending references to firearms terminology. We talk about the proposed changes, testimony, support and opposition to the legislation.
Susan Olsen joins me to discuss the rights of municipalities in a Dillon’s Rule State and the ramifications of recent legislation that could put gun owners at risk. Blog Post Page Link Spreaker Page Link
Ed Naile joins me for some Conservative talk in ten minutes or less to discuss his testimony before the US Commission on Civil rights regarding election integrity, voter’s rights, and (yes!) Vote Fraud. Ed shares his experience and lays out the only viable option for returning the power of the ballot box back to actual New […]
Kimberly Morin joins me for some Conservative talk in ten minutes or less to discuss a recent Facebook video (put up then taken down) by Democrat State Senator Jeff Woodburn. She also points a finger at a resurrected the transgender identity bill killed last session that’s back from the dead.
This week on No Safe Spaces Rich and I discuss the contradiction between the “Love not Hate” protesters at a recent Steve Bannon event and all the intimidation and threats of violence against everyone involved with the Dinner that preceded it.