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So kids, what did we learn from Wednesday’s House Session (5/8/19)?

For one thing, we learned that the Canadian Consul General lacks any kind of manners since he came to OUR House and criticized our President’s trade policies in his speech to the House. I mean really…. do you go to someone’s house and complain about how things are run at their house? No, you don’t. …

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So kids, what did we learn from today’s House Session (5/2)?

We learned that there will be no shortage of study committees during this biennium! The House passed yet another study bill. This one (SB139) will study options for lowering student debt and this comes on the heels of the House Finance Committee rejecting the Governor’s Budget which included a program to     (wait for …

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So What Did We Learn in This Thursday’s House Session (April 4, 2019)

We learned that the House Majority Party (Democrats) still believe that Gun Free Zones are effective in stopping gun violence in schools despite all of the evidence that shows that it does not do anything but leave kids and teachers vulnerable and instill a false sense of security (HB564). We also learned that the House …

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Totalitarianism is alive in Concord- Here’s how we stop it

Just this week, the NH House has passed a massive list of onerous bills that are antithetical to liberty. From banning plastic bags and straws, to anti second amendment bills, one of which will require a 7-day waiting period upon purchasing a firearm, the Democrats have now begun heading into full totalitarian mode. We need …

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So What Did We Learn in This Thursday’s House Session (March 7th, 2019)

by Rep. Judy Aron: So what did we learn in Thursday’s House Session? (3/7) We learned that while the majority party was gung ho on legalizing marijuana last week and were totally unconcerned with its federal illegality, that same lack of concern did not apply to hobby distillation of liquors this week (HB473). We learned …

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Cornerstone: Keep the Messages Going to Gov. Sununu VETO HB 1319 and HB 587

Status report: the gender identity bill (HB 1319) and therapy ban bill (HB 587) will be on the Governor’s desk soon, but first they have to go through a process called “enrollment.” This is a bureaucratic process that could take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. You have more time to reach …

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Unintended Consequences

We continue with New Hampshire Liberty Alliance Chair Paul Best, with a focus on looking at proposed legislation with the potential for unintended consequences.  

50 Shades of Swimming

We explore the problem of legislatures creating victimless crimes with unenforceable legislation like attaching flags to swimmers near boating lanes, and lapdog legislation.  Then the conversation shifts to the ineffectiveness of gun control laws and a discussion of deadly and non deadly force.    

Will Beretta Leave Maryland?

Moving costs money but the owners of Beretta are thinking it might be time. Beretta is weighing whether the rifle line (which would now be illegal if proposed legislation becomes law), and perhaps the company itself, should stay in a place increasingly hostile toward its products. Its iconic 9mm pistol — carried by every U.S. …

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