Robin Eubanks is a mom who took her research skills as an attorney to dig down to the root of the education crisis. She wrote a book called 'Credentialed to Destroy', and maintains a blog titled the Invisible Serfs Collar. She is an expert on the problems with Common Core. Original broadcast date Nov 16th, 2013
I continue my conversation with Kimberly Morin (guest hosting for Joe Messina). This time we're talking the looming election, get out the vote, what's motiviating both sides, and then we discuss the illegal immigtan caravan making its way toward our souther border.
Part 2 of my chat with Kimberly Morin (guest hosting for Joe Messina) on The Real Side. We continue the conversation about New Media and its impact on old media, politics, and culture. Seg 3 and 4 from hour one. [Visit: https://therealside.com]
I chat with Kimberly Morin (guest hosting for Joe Messina) on The Real Side, about GraniteGrok.com New Media and its impact on old media, politics, and culture. Seg 1 and 2 (of 4) [Visit: https://therealside.com]
Jane Cormier is a candidate for NH Executive Council in district 4. This is here 30 second Radio Ad.
Granitegrok.com has endorsed Steve Negronfor COngress in the NH CD-2 primary. This is his 3- seecond radio spot.
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.
Another weeks 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.
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."
If you missed one or just want to hear them all again, here is this week's compilation podcast of the past weeks worth of interviews.
Ed Naile has his right to know request back from Newbury, New Hampshire, We review the details and explore the options when a town (inadvertantly?) violates your constitutional rights.
Susan Olsen has an update on SB500 which finally cleared a committee hurdle in the New Hampshire House and could get a floor vote next week.
The NEA is planning a rally in Concord later this month. Kimberly Morin joins me to discuss their terms for surrender, a few contradictions, and some interesting side-lines about the day of the planned event.
Skip joins me to talk about The Southern Poverty Law enter, labeling groups as Hate Groups, Strawman arguments, and other liberal narratives, as we discuss his exchanges in the Laconia Daily Sun with Ms. Jennifer Abbott.
Ed Naile got his hands on a copy of the Manchester, New Hampshire voter checklist. He joins me to explore some familiar names he discovered that are still in there.
Susan Olsen shares her experience with a NH House committee and a simple piece of legisaltion and how having a citizen legislature, while necessary to a free and prosperous people, can (sometimes) be a serious pain in the ass.
Kimberly Morin waded into the gungrabapalooza in Portsmouth a few days ago and shares her "experience" walking among the brain-dead liberals, their stupid signs, and hypocritical flyers.
Mike Rogers joins me to explore some omnibus collusion that hints at Mr. Trump having the power to spend the pile of money Congress sent him however he likes including on a border wall. And how he may be able to choose not to spend appropriations on anything at all and just give it back to the treasury.
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.
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.