Notable Quote – Frederic Bastiat

by Skip December 26, 2014

The most urgent necessity is, not that the State should teach, but that it allow education.  All monopolies are detestable, but the worst of all is the monopoly of education. -Frederic Bastiat, French philosopher

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What Health Care “Choice” Means to NH Democrats – “There Can Be Only One!”

by Steve MacDonald September 26, 2013
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A few years back then State Senator Jeanne Shaheen set the ball rolling toward declining care options in New Hampshire by acting as a shill for Blue Cross Blue Shield.  She wrote and husbanded (sexist!) SB 711 through the legislature until it became law.  The end result was fewer choices and higher premiums. While health […]

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Yes, Dan, it’s for the children

by Susan Olsen March 8, 2013

The salient points of the Hillsboro-Deering Teachers’ Contract:

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Are You a Union Member or a Lease?

by Susan Olsen February 6, 2013

After reading an article posted by Mike Antonucci yesterday at HotAir – included in it’s entirety below – I went to the NH Public Employee Labor Relations Board site to scan some NH collective bargaining agreements to learn whether this question should be asked here in NH.  In at least one case – the first […]

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Captive customers and the U.S. Post Office monopoly then and now….

by Tim Condon July 19, 2012

I found myself in a post office yesterday. Gawd. I waited in line, and waited in line…and waited in line. The counter had one, and only one, postal employee at “work.” She chatted and talked and chatted and talked with the captive customer ahead of me. And I waited some more…I waited longer than I’ve ever […]

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Democrats Prepare to Defend The NH Health Insurance Monopoly

by Steve MacDonald February 22, 2011

Democrats hate this bill as well. It allows small business owners and individuals to seek arrangements and coverage to meet their specific needs.

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