Who Needs Permission?

by Ellen Kolb October 19, 2017

The Joint Legislative Committee on Legislative Rules voted today to accept a New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Medicaid rule change, providing coverage for gender-altering procedures. Substance of the rule aside, what amazes me is the process by which it came about. The administrative side of government is the one I know […]

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65 Million Dollar Hole Appears in New Hampshire’s DHHS Budget – Unexpetedly

by Steve MacDonald January 14, 2017

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is reporting a $65 million dollar hole in its budget. The only people who didn’t see this coming were lawmakers who supported and expanded Medicaid and DHHS. Everyone else, you, me, us, knew that this expansion would create costs that would threaten the New Hampshire advantage of no […]

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Queen of the Universe

by Susan Olsen May 30, 2016

Many of you are aware that, for many years, I have been working diligently on becoming Queen of the Universe. During my reign, it was my plan to use my newly acquired powers – for the most part, anyway – for good instead of evil. Recently, I was beginning to fear that despite all that […]

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Guest Post: Vote NO on HB 664, a NH Vaccine Tax Assessment

by Steve MacDonald May 14, 2013

From Laura Condon – Vote NO on HB 664, a NH Vaccine Tax Assessment  (via Facebook) There is a little-known vaccine tax assessment bill, HB 664 an act relative to the NH Vaccine Association working its way through the NH legislature that will impose a new, limitless tax assessment on every self-insured business and municipality in […]

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“Affordable” Care Strikes Again – Spouses and Children Hit Hardest

by Steve MacDonald February 8, 2013

Last week I reported on new rules released by the unelected bureaucrats at the IRS.  In the process of defining ‘Affordable,’ for the purpose of enforcing the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obama-Care), families that cannot “afford the employer coverage that they are offered on the job will not be able to get financial […]

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New Hampshire Democrats Hate Poor People

by Steve MacDonald March 22, 2012

Democrats are, as a party, against requiring an ID to vote.  Everyone knows that.  They argue that the poor, or minorities will be intimidated, or unable to engage in the electoral process if we expect them to have a photo ID. Not only do you need a picture ID to apply for Food Stamps in […]

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