Day: January 17, 2018

Socialism has always tried to hide itself from American Principles since the beginning – and then subvert them

Finally, Dewey arguably did more than any other reformer to repackage progressive social theory in a way that obscured just how radically its principles departed from those of the American founding. I have held onto this copy of National Review for nine years with its cover turned back to keep this article topmost.  In doing …

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Keene State College Enrollment Problem Solved?

Keene State College has been running deficits. Budget cuts are an annual feature as enrollment declines. But the State University System is coming to the rescue. New Hampshire public universities are becoming more accessible with the expansion of a financial aid program. The Granite Guarantee program started in fall 2017 at the University of New Hampshire will now …

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DaTechGuy and Worcester TEA Party Present
President Trump: A Year in Review & Looking Ahead

This Saturday, January 20th, Don’t miss: President Trump: A Year in Review & Looking Ahead Join Award Winning blogger Pete DaTechGuy & the Worcester Tea Party at Tang Dynasty Restaurant Leominster for “President Trump A Year in Review & Looking Ahead.” For only $20, mark the anniversary of this administration with our panel to discuss …

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President Trump: A Year in Review & Looking Ahead
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Tales from the BudComm – that single word is exploitable.

And that word is “contract”.  First issue is in this area – RSA 40:13: IX. (a) “Operating budget” as used in this subdivision means “budget,” as defined in RSA 32:3, III, exclusive of “special warrant articles,” as defined in RSA 32:3, VI, and exclusive of other appropriations voted separately. (b) “Default budget’‘ as used in …

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