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Lots of action in this edition of the podcast, recorded just hours after Gov. Chris Sununu shocked the political world (except for NHJournal's Michael Graham) with his announcement that he's not running for the U.S. Senate but will seek a fourth term as governor. The Josiah Bartlett Center's Drew Cline weighs in, as does Greg Moore of the N.H. chap…
 
On this post-election edition of the NHJournal podcast, host Michael Graham offers a desperate plea on behalf of U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan to her fellow Democrats in Washington, DC: Why are you doing this to her? In the wake of the Democrats' shellacking, particularly in New Jersey, Hassan's never been exposed as more vulnerable in next year's Sen…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, the Washington Examiner's David Drucker talks about his new book on the future of the GOP, "In Trump's Shadow," and previews his Tuesday, October 26th appearance at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College. More about the book here. More about the NHIOP appearance here.…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Georgia's Republican Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan previews his upcoming appearance at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics to discuss his new book "GOP 2.0." He believes there are lessons for Republicans to learn from former President Trump, both good and bad, that they can use to win in 2022 an…
 
New Hampshire Journal's Damien Fisher was on the scene of Wednesday's 4-1 vote rejecting federal funding for COVID-19 vaccine distribution. He talks about what he saw and shares audio of protesters in their own words. One idea vaccine mandate opponents are pushing: Having the government order businesses not to mandate the shot. Drew Cline from the …
 
South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott joins the New Hampshire Journal podcast in advance of his swing through the state to help raise money for the NHGOP. He talks COVID, crime and Gamecocks football (Go Cocks!) with fellow Palmetto Stater Michael Graham, managing editor of NHJournal. And Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy is on boa…
 
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talks to NHJournal about his upcoming visit to promote school choice and parental empowerment, but he also talks at length about events in Afghanistan. "It's the difference between American strength and American weakness," Pompeo says of the Biden strategy. And host Michael Graham asks why Democrats seem to bel…
 
Senator Rick Scott was in New Hampshire on Saturday (8/21) to talk about President Joe Biden's economic policy (and make a stop by Gov. Chris Sununu's house?) He had harsh words for Biden on Afghanistan, suggesting his refusal to address the crisis, as well as other issues like the southern border surge, show it's time to consider invoking the 25th…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, retired Army Gen. Don Bolduc bashes President Biden's "incompetence" in handling the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Bolduc, who is also a candidate for the NHGOP's nomination in next year's U.S. Senate race, also supports America working with the Taliban going forward. And despite being Presi…
 
On this special edition of the NHJournal podcast, former U.S. Senator -- and possible candidate for N.H. Governor -- Kelly Ayotte gives a scathing critique of the Biden Administration's mishandling of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. Ayotte also talks about when to fire government officials, the coming rise of Al Qaeda and the possib…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast we jump straight into the public policy pool. Ulrick Boesen of the Tax Foundation talks about the "Tobacco Tax Equity Act" and how it would be particularly bad for New Hampshire. (It's not likely to be good for Sen. Maggie Hassan's 2022 campaign, either.) Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Foundat…
 
In this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) talks about his visits to the Granite State (2024, anyone?), his take on Critical Race Theory, and whether or not Gov. Chris Sununu should run for U.S. Senate. And Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy talks about why New Hampshire has a housing prob…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, we have...mediocre audio! (Seriously, had some connection issues -- our apologies) But it's worth it to hear New Hampshire tax expert Bill Ardinger explain the SCOTUS decision to block NH's case against Massachusetts and the cross-border ripoff artists of the Mass. Department of Revenue. Plus, J…
 
On this special edition of the NHJournal podcast, New Hampshire Speaker of the House Sherman Packard (R-Londonderry) and Majority Leader Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) give an insider's analysis of the state budget, including their views on: -- Real spending cuts -- Ending the interest and dividends tax -- Executive Power reform -- Restricting the use of…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, state Sen. Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) talks about the state budget Republicans released on Friday, which he calls a 'once in a lifetime' opportunity to pass Education Freedom Accounts and real spending cuts. Drew Cline, president of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, offers his take on…
 
On this (Drew-Cline-free) edition of the podcast, former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton talks about a new poll of NH Republican primary voters conducted by his PAC asking about GOP attitudes toward former President Donald Trump. Is Trump's influence fading in the Granite State? Is a post-Trump GOP emerging? Or will The Donald remain the party's kingma…
 
A new Josiah Bartlett Center poll (conducted by the St. Anselm College polling center) found that New Hampshire voters have lost significant trust in government and the media during the pandemic, while their confidence in business remained largely unchanged. The same for President Biden and Gov Sununu. Biden's now underwater with New Hampshire vote…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center rolls through the numbers from the JBC's first-ever poll, including a massive show of Granite State support for right-to-work legislation. Host Michael Graham thinks he knows why the union's in trouble, and he explains. Plus, what does the word "controver…
 
The DCD dropping the mask mandate -- and catching up with the science -- might sound like good news to you, but many people greeted it with disdain and even anger. Why are so many people unhappy over the good news? And Tim Phillips, president of Americans For Prosperity, jumps on the podcast to talk about his organization's push to protect the fili…
 
In this edition of the podcast, Drew Cline talks about the Josiah Bartlett Center's new report on school spending, student population size and the proposed Education Freedom Accounts. Their report found the EFA program in Senate Bill 130 would save taxpayers $6.65 million in its first two years. Other findings: Adjusted for inflation, total expendi…
 
COVID money is coming to New Hampshire -- and America -- whether we need the (borrowed) $1.9 trillion or not. Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center does the math on how state budgets have done in the COVID era (surprisingly well) and the COVID spending policies that appear to be at odds with each other. Drew also praises New Hampshire's two U.S.…
 
Drew and Michael are joined by GOP state Rep. Ross Berry to discuss the fracas/fiasco/farce on the floor of the New Hampshire House as session was held at the Sportsplex in Bedford. NHJournal statehouse reporter Chris Maidment offers his insights. And the Josiah Bartlett Center has a new report on the budget with some surprisingly good -- or at lea…
 
Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center and Michael Graham of the New Hampshire Journal spend this week's podcast bemoaning the lack of seriousness among political leaders at the state and national level. They're joined by NHJournal's state house reporter Christopher Maidment to talk about Gov. Chris Sununu's budget and the prospects for the Right…
 
“Teachers unions have done more to advance school choice this year than anyone could have ever imagined,” says Corey DeAngelis, Director of School Choice at the Reason Foundation. He joins Drew and Michael to talk about NH's "most expansive in the nation" Education Freedom Account legislation, and to dispel myths from opponents about how they work …
 
A very special guest on this week's edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast: Former FL Gov. (and POTUS candidate) Jeb Bush talks about a new initiative between his ExcelInEd organization and the NH Department of Education. Bush also offers his views of America's teachers unions and their behavior during the COVID-19 crisis and the role technol…
 
Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th POTUS, and State Sen. (and former Congressman) Jeb Bradley talks about the implications for New Hampshire. Plus, Drew Cline and Michael Graham debate how much of Biden's "unity" rhetoric is real and how much is political calculation. And is it time for NH to follow Maine's lead and change its Electoral Vote system?…
 
NHJournal reporter Chris Maidment was on the scene when NH House members pulled into Lot A at UNH for their first drive-in Convening Day session. He tells Drew Cline and Michael Graham about how the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol impacted the NH session. Drew and Michael continue that theme, examining how NH politics, and the NHGOP in particula…
 
Drew Cline and Michael Graham discuss the push for commuter rail from Manchester to Lowell, Mass., spending $5.4 million spent to study it. Why would NH enter the era of electric cars and automonous vehicles with the cutting edge transportation tech of the 19th Century? And Mark Z. Barabak covers state and national politics for the Los Angeles Time…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Rep. Michael Vose (R-Epping) talks about the energy policy issues likely to be debated-- and ignored -- in the 2021 session of the New Hampshire legislature, and why COVID-19 has been an (unintended) boon to opponents of expanded government action. And podcast co-host Drew Cline of the Josiah Ba…
 
On this special edition of the NHJournal podcast, Drew Cline and Michael Graham discuss the sudden, shocking death of newly-elected Speaker of the NH House, Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) with NHJournal legislative reporter Chris Maidment, and what it means for the NHGOP in the coming months. Presented by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy.…
 
Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy and New Hampshire Journal's Michael Graham are joined by NHJournal legislative reporter Chris Maidment to talk about hot political fights at a cold Organization Day, and what legislature is likely to be the priority for 2021. Plus Drew Cline remembers economist Walter Williams, who passed a…
 
On this special Thanksgiving weekend edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Suffolk University historian Robert Allison talks about what really happened on that fateful fall day in 1621, while Drew and Michael debate what should -- and shouldn't -- be served at the Thanksgiving table. And Reason magazine's science writer, Ronald Bailey, talk…
 
NHJournal's state legislative reporter Christopher Maidment gives a preview of the upcoming legislative session, including the fight for NH Democratic House leadership. He also discusses the likely priorities of the new GOP-controlled legislature. And Fred McMahon of the Frasier Institute talks about his organization's new analysis finding New Hamp…
 
On the weekly edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, state Sen. Dan Feltes, the NH Democratic Party's nominee for governor, gives his first extended interview about his unsuccessful campaign to unseat Gov. Chris Sununu. Also, UNH's political science professor Dante Scala talks about the results of the 2020 election in New Hampshire and his p…
 
NHGOP House Leader, and likely Speaker of the House, Rep. Dick Hinch talks to Michael and Drew about how the Republicans won control of the lower chamber and his plans for the next legislative session. And Julia L. Marcus, an epidemiologist and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, talks about mask mandates, public health policy and the ne…
 
Drew Cline and Michael Graham are joined by GOP consultant Pat Griffin to analyze the results of Tuesday's election in New Hampshire and across the nation, And NHJournal's own Chris Maidment has the early-morning numbers on the NHGOP taking the Executive Council, the state Senate and the House of Representatives. Drew Cline is President of the Josi…
 
In a jam-packed edition of the NHJournal podcast, three experienced NH politicos share their views on what will happen on Election night: NH Democratic strategist Jim Demers; State Senator Cindy Rosenwald (D-Nashua); NH GOP strategist Jim Merrill. Plus-- you can make your own predictions and take on the "Granite State Guru!" Just go to NHJournal.co…
 
Senate Republican Leader Chuck Morse (R-Salem) talks to Michael and Drew about how the 2020 election is shaping up, and his belief that the NHGOP's numbers in the upper chamber are headed in only one direction: up. And former Ambassador Terry Shumaker, a longtime leader in NH Democratic politics -- not to mention a longtime friend of former Vice Pr…
 
In a special edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy talks to veteran political reporters Jim Geraghty and James Pindell about their predictions for the November elections, both here in New Hampshire and nationwide.By Michael Graham and Drew Cline
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, presented by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, Michael and Drew talk to the most talked-about pollster in America today: Robert Cahaly of the Trafalgar Group. He says Trump is winning Pennsylvania and could well be on his way to the White House. One major concern, according to the Tr…
 
David Paleologos, Director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center joins the podcast to talk about his polls in New Hampshire and nationwide. He sees two groups of voters who could potentially pull President Trump's campaign to an unexpected victory. And GOP congressional candidate Steve Negron talks about his race to unseat Rep. Annie …
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, state Sen. Lou D'Allesandro (D-Manchester) talks about his relationship with Joe Biden, his mentors during his days as a Republican (shhhh! Don't tell!) and why he believes his party will hold onto the state senate in the November election. And AFP-NH's Greg Moore draws on his expertise as a for…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center and Michael Graham talk to veteran attorney Edward Zelinsky of the Cardozo School of Law. He also knows a thing or two about suing states over commuter taxes. Republican National Committeeman Chris Ager with his take on how Tuesday's election is shaping up for the NHGOP. And -…
 
On this edition of The New Hampshire Journal podcast, the Manchester Union-Leader's Brendan McQuaid shares the inside story on how the paper made its first-in-a-century endorsement of a Democrat for POTUS. And NHJournal's Chris Maidment with a live report from the Trump rally in Manchester. Hosted by Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Pub…
 
On this special bonus edition of The New Hampshire Journal podcast, Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy analyzes the policy debates from the final POTUS throwdown of 2020, including COVID-19 policy and the minimum wage. And Michael Graham of New Hampshire Journal declares The New Hampshire winner of the POTUS debate.…
 
Conservative activist Shannon McGinley discusses her new op-ed for New Hampshire Journal on how, as a person of faith, she decided to vote for Donald Trump. Also, there was a debate in CD-2 Thursday night and New England College's Wayne Lesperance joins us for post-debate analysis (and his new dog). And Drew Cline gets results! His writing helped s…
 
Legendary NHGOP strategist Tom Rath talks about his decision to break with the Republican Party and back Joe Biden in November's election. Corky Messner calls in from the campaign train to discuss his efforts to unseat Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. And wow-- did you see that NH-01 debate?! Drew and Michael break down the battle between about Rep. Chris Papp…
 
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