Legislation

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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NH Democrats Laser-Like Focus on Jobs.?…wait…What About That Darn Electoral College Thing First

Democrat Charles Weed has something more important for New Hampshire than that “focus on the  jobs and the economy” narrative they ran on.  It’s called HB 148, and it would take New Hampshire’s votes for president and make them completely meaningless. HB148 abandons our ability to apportion our state electors for president and lumps our …

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There are Thousands of Left Wing Ironies in the Naked City…This is Just One of Them.

If Governor Cuomo was Veruca Salt would it sound like this…”I want the stricter gun legislation  now Daddy!” Well he got it, and the State of New York’s Blue-Print, fast tracked gun legislation is the poster child for the “we must do something now” crowd and exemplifies–unintentionally I might add–the kind of “equality” progressives believe …

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So What If It’s Technically Impossible to Administer…

New Hampshire Democrats are ready to get serious about legislating matters that are important to New Hampshire’s future…so hey, how about we try to pass a perfume ban? (For state employees). The important point to remember here isn’t that  a perfume ban was brought up in the last legislature and failed, and it is not …

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How about we amend HB 1704 to stifle some policial speech while we’re at it?

I just shot off a quick email to my New Hampshire State Senator this morning.  I do not know his stance on this yet, but I have some questions about language added, via amendment, to HB 1704, regarding political speech.   I find the amendment language confusing. I am not certain of the purpose, or …

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Leftist-Progressives: Always The Dependable Deniers

“An individual, in promoting his own interest, may injure the public interest; a nation, in promoting the general welfare, may check the interest of a part of its members.” —Friedrich List Last week the Union Leader’s Gary Rayno reported on a check made of electronic databases searching for potential welfare fraud. House Speaker Bill O’Brien is …

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The latest RLCNH Report shows great legislative strides within reach in Concord

  The latest RLCNH Report is out. It shows that New Hampshire is in many ways leading the entire United States in rejecting the “Blue State” European-socialist model. Just look at some of the issues being voted upon by the State House of Representatives this week, starting at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday) in regular session: …

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