Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Commie Handmaids Don’t Give a Damn About Weinstein, Halprin, or This Guy?

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2017

Remember those dopey red-robed communists virtue signaling the “treatment of women” in New Hampshire? Where the hell are they now that scores of actual women are crawling out from under the “patriarchy” to announce that they were discriminated against, raped, or otherwise sexually assaulted by powerful men in high liberal places? Nothing? Not even for the latest […]

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Mark Steyn: Jihad on the Bike Path

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2017

You really should read all of it. And so, on a buckled, broken bicycle on the Hudson River Greenway, the wheel comes full circle. America and every other major western nation thought the appropriate response to 9/11 was to show how nice we are by dramatically increasing the rate of mass Muslim immigration. Sayfullo Habibullaevic […]

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Is Legal Online Casino Gambling Dead in New Hampshire?

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2017

OnlinePokerReport.com has a piece up this morning declaring legal online gambling dead in the state, for now. In a unanimous vote of 23-0, the bill was found “inexpedient to legislate” by the members of the executive session. The vote puts an end to New Hampshire’s online gambling hopes for the remainder of the legislative session. While not […]

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Kathy Sullivan Admits That SB 193 Will Give Public Schools Money For Nothing

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2017

Former New Hampshire Democrat Party Chair Kathy Sullivan, writing in the New Hampshire Union Leader today, admits that passage of SB 193 will give public schools money for students they won’t have to teach. If a child transfers from a public to a private school, 90 percent of the education adequacy grant money paid for […]

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SDGA Seminar: How NH School District Budgets are Impacted by the State

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Downloading:  Myths and Facts” How NH School District Budgets are Impacted by the State a School District Budget and Finance workshop November 18, 2017 hosted by the School District Governance Association of New Hampshire Featured Guest Speaker:  Karen Umberger New Hampshire State House of Representatives, House Finance Division II Chair Concord, NH   […]

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