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NH LSRs rated by sponsor ratings – Part 5

by Skip December 6, 2017

OK, time got away from me – time to put up some more LSRs (which by this time, I’m betting some have been turned into bills).  This time, those who the prime sponsor had a rating of 36% – 50%.  Like the last 4 posts, I’ve bolded a few that caught my eye (yes, I […]

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NH LSRs rated by sponsor ratings – Part 4

by Skip November 27, 2017

Boy, they just keep coming as if Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 weren’t enough!  It does bring up a couple important questions: Do they ever wonder when enough is enough? Do they really think that we in Civil Society have no clue in making decisions for ourselves? Or, do they not believe that […]

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NH LSRs rated by sponsor ratings – Part 3

by Skip November 26, 2017

Batter up!  More LSRs / House Bills.  As before, I’m bolding the ones that I’ll be looking at.  As before, if you, dear readers and commenters, have a bit of time and interest, pick one or two (or more, there’s PLENTY to share!), write a paragraph on why you think it is anti-Freedom and pro-Statism […]

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NH LSRs rated by sponsor ratings – Part 2

by Skip November 25, 2017

Continuing on from Part 1, here is the next tranche of LSRs/House bills submitted into the House of Representative: Reminder: this list is for purposes of triage – quickly guesstimating which bills are bad or good based on whether their sponsors have good or bad voting records. There are times when bad Reps sponsor good […]

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NH LSRs rated by sponsor ratings – Part 1

by Skip November 24, 2017

From a good friend of the ‘Grok comes an interesting list. He took the time to take all of the LSRs (Legislative Service Requests – future bills that are put into the legislative hopper that will be textually fleshed out later with the specifics) that have been turned in, examined who the legislators were that […]

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And this is one reason why I don’t trust Smart Guns

by Skip August 2, 2015

Guns, IMHO, should stay strictly mechanical. When I point them and pull the trigger, they should go BANG! and not a quiet “click”.  BANG! is good, click is failure.  Not a great thing when time is of the essence and I need to defend myself or some other innocent.  NO, I do not go looking for such […]

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This Presidential Diversion will Kill People

by Don June 6, 2014

Attempting to distract the American people from the Benghazi, VA and other scandals, President Obama committed another major blunder instead of the media coup he desired.  The illegally executed, ill-considered trade for Sgt. Bergdahl aids the enemy and will cost Americans and many others their freedom and/or their lives. According to the military Sgt. Bergdahl was […]

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Notable Quote – Samuel Adams

by Susan Olsen November 17, 2013

‘The liberties of our country, the freedoms of our civil Constitution are worth defending at all hazards; it is our duty to defend them against all attacks. We have received them as a fair inheritance from our worthy ancestors. They purchased them for us with toil and danger and expense of treasure and blood. It […]

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