Thursday, February 15, 2018

Quick Thought – I think I’ll just leave this here

by Skip February 15, 2018

From the Woodland Heights Elementary School in Laconia, NH: How ’bout being an American citizen, first?  Or doesn’t that count in our schools anymore?

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Why I vote the way I do

by Op-Ed February 15, 2018

By Norm Silber As a member of the New Hampshire House of Representative and Chair of the Town of Gilford Budget Committee, I am sometimes asked for justification or criticized for my position and votes on various issues before the NH House, the Belknap County Delegation, and the Gilford Budget Committee. Imitation being the sincerest […]

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HB1668 – Uber-Progressive Timothy Horrigan proud to be a Govt Nanny and supplant parental choices

by Skip February 15, 2018

And he said this all with a smiley smirk on his face (WMUR.com has the video but won’t allow embedding) as I watched the clip last night.  He’s rather proud of himself as portraying himself as a Nanny with his bill, HB 1668 (posted after the jump), as “the protector of kids!” (reformatted, aggregated, emphasis […]

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Is Gov. Sununu Going To Break His No Tax Pledge and Destroy the New Hampshire Advantage?

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2018

The Family Medical Leave Insurance bill (HB628) making it’s way through the New Hampshire House has a great many things wrong with it, not the least of which is that it not only taxes individual income, a division of state government we’ll never be able to opt out of has to be created to collect the […]

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Meet Super-enfranchised Keene Student Voter Lily M. Dawson

by Ed Naile February 15, 2018

Lily M. Dawson of 5 Mohawk Drive, Clinton, Ct. 06413-2012 has some surprises for our informal New Hampshire jury of legally registered voters. Are you ready ladies and gentlemen of the jury? Exhibit one. Lily registered to vote in her hometown of Clinton Ct. on April 26, 2016. That would be for the Connecticut Presidential […]

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Windham School Board Transgender Bathroom Policy discussion / meeting

by Skip February 15, 2018

Apparently, the Windham School Board is now going to have a public discussion for a controversial policy that I thought (from reading the news) that has already been put into place? Isn’t that backwards – School Board public discussions FIRST, the public’s input SECOND and THEN policies are instituted?  Have I missed what’s going on? Or […]

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No “Team” Is Worth Selling Out This Country

by Ed Naile February 15, 2018

An “expert” on US Supreme Court dynamics has an interesting take on new Justice Gorsuch. Of course, the linked story is from CNN so it is probably not reliable. It does point however to how CNN would like to portray Justice Gorsuch – in a bad light. This gives me hope!

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A Deeper Look Into the Troubling Family Medical Leave Insurance

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2018

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). Also Available on Google Play

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