New Hampshire

NH’s Gender Identity Bill Will Essentially ‘Erase’ Women and Girls

by Kimberly Morin April 18, 2018

On Monday, the New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for House Bill 1319 (HB 1319), AN ACT prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity. Proponents of the legislation claim trans people don’t have protection against discrimination in the Granite State which has already been proven untrue. In fact, trans people have been using existing […]

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NH Democrats Prove How Much They Hate Tax Cuts

by Kimberly Morin April 17, 2018

Today, Ivanka Trump and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin came to New Hampshire to talk about President Trump’s tax plan on “Tax Day.” The two were talking about the benefits of the tax plan that was put into place by the Republican-controlled Congress (not one of New Hampshire’s Democrat representatives voted for their constituents to […]

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Pine Tree Ramblings – Vol 8

by Tom April 16, 2018

Global Warming.  Liberal logic at its best. “The warming is causing cooling” “Increased snowfall may offset rises in ocean levels” “Antarctic ice gain is caused by Arctic ice loss” I guess when you have a narrative to follow,

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New Hampshire, Maple Syrup, Global Warming, Something – Something…

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2018

NHPR published a short article a few days ago titled, “Maple Sugar Season Faces Mounting Climate Change Pressure.” I had to look. They are reporting that, let’s just call it ‘The Weather™” ‘is leaving a mark on one of New Hampshire’s springtime rituals: maple sugaring.’ They actually use the term Climate Change, but the climate […]

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New Hampshire’s “Super-enfranchised Voter” Loophole

by Ed Naile March 25, 2018

In New Hampshire, our Secretary of State cannot define a person’s domicile or residence. It is a matter of “intent” he claims. Our courts are no different. The justices have determined, using some dictionary they have not made public, that anyone can have a voting domicile in NH as long as it is in their […]

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NH Dems use Drama to Push ANTI-School Safety Gun Control

by Kimberly Morin March 22, 2018

Yesterday, in typical uninformed and ignorant Democrat fashion, Anti-school safety New Hampshire Senate Democrats tried to push a draconian gun control amendment that would have left students more unprotected than they are now all while turning law-abiding citizens into criminals. They did it as if they were a high school drama club rather than adults […]

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How Did NH City That Illegally Tried to Ban Firearms on School Grounds React to a Recent Threat?

by Steve MacDonald March 21, 2018

A shooting threat against Hanover High School has been traced to a 14-year-old girl in Canada. HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Police say a 14-year-old girl in Canada has been charged in connection with an online threat toward a New Hampshire high school. Police in Hanover, New Hampshire, said the threat on Instagram was made toward Hanover High […]

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Republicans Push to Protect NH Girls and Women from ‘Female Genital Mutilation’

by Kimberly Morin March 21, 2018

Yesterday, the New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on House Bill 1739 (HB 1739), AN ACT prohibiting female genital mutilation.  The hearing was led by testimony from the bill’s main sponsor, Representative Victoria Sullivan (R-Manchester). Sullivan spoke about the barbaric practice and explained that female genital mutilation (FGM) is not a religious-based practice […]

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NH Senate Votes Down Gun-Free School Zones in N.H.

by Steve MacDonald March 16, 2018

An effort by Democrats to use public schools as a wedge issue to disarm law abiding citizens failed in the New Hampshire Senate this week. In a party-line vote, the Senate Education Committee voted down an amendment that would have allowed individual school boards to prohibit guns on school grounds and school buses.

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WALKOUT: Not All NH Students Fell Prey to the Left’s Political Agenda

by Kimberly Morin March 15, 2018

Yesterday, there was a “National Walkout Day” held by students across the country. The walkout was supposedly to remember the 17 students who were killed in Parkland, Florida. While many students did indeed honor these students, others chose to use the walkout to push for gun control. These students have every right to be frustrated and […]

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How Much Snow Did You Get?

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2018

Last week, my town was blessed with 17 inches of snow. This weeks storm total (so far) is 21 inches. How Much Snow Did You Get?  

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ANTI-School Safety Proponents Push Gun Control in NH Education Bill

by Kimberly Morin March 13, 2018

Today, a hearing was held before the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee on an amendment to Senate Bill 357 (SB 357 – irony noted), AN ACT relative to safe school zones and relative to syringe service programs. The purpose of the legislation appears to allow a syringe program if requested by a school district. Democrat […]

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What is New Hampshire’s Executive Council?

by Jane Cormier March 12, 2018

How many out there know about the function of our New Hampshire Executive Council?  I am finding very few understand or even know about the EC here in our state.  We need to change that! The NH Executive Council is a vestige of the Colonia era, offering a “firewall” to ensure an autocracy within the […]

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Another “Political” Minimum Wage Hike Is Killing Jobs

by Steve MacDonald March 9, 2018

Another American city succumbs to an all too common political resume-padding exercise, and the story remains the same. On January 1st, Flagstaff Arizona imposed an $11.00/hour minimum wage.  The Daily Signal reports that the local Chamber of Commerce polled 200 local businesses about the forced increase and, More than three-quarters (77 percent) of the companies expect it […]

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NH House Votes to End Sex-Based Legal Protections for Women

by Kimberly Morin March 7, 2018

Today, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to pass House Bill 1319 (HB 1319), AN ACT prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity. The legislation was pushed based on the absolute lie that trans people don’t have the same protections against discrimination as everyone else in the state. The out-of-state organization who pushed this legislation, […]

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Super-enfranchised Voters Have More Rights Than Legal NH Voters

by Ed Naile February 5, 2018

I was invited to North Carolina to attend a US Commission on Civil Rights hearing by Jay DeLancy of the Voter Integrity Project, a group CNHT has been associated with for quite some time. I had three minutes, as one of 40 speakers who also got three minutes, to make New Hampshire’s case regarding the disenfranchisement […]

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Senator Woodburn Deletes Embarrassing Video Boasting About Gun Control

by Kimberly Morin February 4, 2018

Over the weekend, New Hampshire Senator Jeff Woodburn, representing North Country in District 01, deleted a video of himself boasting about how proud he was to have pushed legislation that would ban bump stocks in the state. The video was posted on his Facebook page and only lasted a couple of minutes but it clearly […]

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Trans Activists and their Allies Continue to Lie about Discrimination in NH

by Kimberly Morin January 26, 2018

For the past few weeks, Freedom NH, funded by out-of-state millionaires in the LGBTQ movement, has been pushing sponsored ads on social media trying to convince everyone in New Hampshire that trans people somehow don’t have the same protections from discrimination as everyone else does. They’re lying. Just like they lied last year when pushing […]

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Report: Drug Addiction, Overdoses and Fraud Increases in Medicaid Expansion States

by Kimberly Morin January 22, 2018

Today, organizations that make money as drug abuse treatment centers held a breakfast for legislators to urge them to continue supporting Obamacare’s Medicaid Expansion. These organizations directly benefit from taxpayer dollars because they rely on them in order to keep their doors open. In fact, John Burns, Director of SOS Recovery, admitted that his organization […]

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NH Women’s March 2018: Same Hypocrisy, Ignorance and Hatred on Display as Last Year

by Kimberly Morin January 20, 2018

Today, left-wing organizations rallied together to hold another “Women’s March” in Concord. This year’s rally was vastly smaller than last year’s rally but the sentiments were the same. It seems the people in attendance simply hate President Trump and are protesting his mere existence, all while pushing their own political agenda of course. The organizers […]

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Legislation will Criminalize Female Genital Mutilation in New Hampshire

by Kimberly Morin January 15, 2018

On Wednesday, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will hear testimony on House Bill 1739 (HB 1739), AN ACT prohibiting female genital mutilation. The legislation is aimed at ending the horrific practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on girls under 18 years of age. FGM is “recognized internationally as a violation of the […]

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Just When you Think the Left Can’t get Any More Stupid…

by Kimberly Morin January 7, 2018

Along comes Zandra Rice-Hawkins of Granite State Progress (GSP) who says… “hold my beer.” This has got to be one of the more stupid things I’ve seen on the Twitterverse in a while. Clearly, Hawkins and her sidekick over at GSP have never worked in a restaurant or actually worked in customer service or with […]

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Nashua Rep Jan Schmidt Lies About and Defends, Assault of Citizen by Fellow Dem

by Kimberly Morin January 7, 2018

On Friday, a Letter to the Editor appeared in the Concord Monitor that explains why New Hampshire Representative Katherine Rogers (D-Concord) should resign after pleading guilty to assaulting a citizen. A majority of Granite Staters, including Democrats, believe Rogers should resign. New Hampshire House Representative Jan Schmidt (D-Nashua) decided to comment on the LTE and […]

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NH Democrats: School Choice is Only for Children who can Afford it

by Kimberly Morin January 4, 2018

Yesterday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to pass Senate Bill 193 (SB 193), AN ACT establishing education freedom savings accounts for students. The goal of the bill is to allow parents, who choose to set up an Education Freedom Savings Account (ESA), to receive a small portion of the taxpayer dollars they are […]

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There Can Be No Indigenous People’s Day – The North American Continent Doesn’t Have Any

by Steve MacDonald December 28, 2017

A Democrat lawmaker has proposed legislation to follow Durham, New Hampshire’s lead and change Columbus Day to ‘Indigenous People’s’ Day. I’ve already offered my thoughts on the matter at great length so I won’t repeat those here. Instead, I will point out the most obvious foil. There are no Indigenous People in New Hampshire or anywhere else […]

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Democrat Rep. Katherine Rogers Pleads Guilty To Assault Charge

by Steve MacDonald December 22, 2017

The 2017 ‘Humane Legislator of the Year’ entered a guilty plea to avoid jail time for assaulting Conservative activist Susan Olsen. CONCORD, NH — A local Democrat and state representative pleaded guilty this morning to assaulting a political opponent during a state Senate ballot recount in November 2016. State Rep. Katherine Rogers, D-Concord, 61, pleaded guilty to the assault […]

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New Hampshire’s Other Snowflakes – Trace to 5 Inches Expected Tomorrow

by Steve MacDonald December 8, 2017

Speaking of snowflakes, the actual ones, WMUR is reporting that we could see up to 2-5 inches of them around the southern and eastern parts of the Granite State tomorrow. Points farther north could get a dusting to 2 inches, making it the first statewide snowfall this season and the most significant accumulation south of the […]

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Data Point – Energy costs for NH are high for a reason!

by Skip November 20, 2017

Looking at both gasoline and electric prices for the 48-contiguous states and weighting each the same shows that Louisiana and Oklahoma have the nation’s lowest prices for these two essential energy staples. Louisiana’s combined gasoline and electricity prices were 37 percent below the national average while Oklahoma enjoyed a discount of 33 percent below the […]

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NH Dems Continue to Ignore the ‘Pervasive Rape Culture’ in Their Own Party

by Kimberly Morin November 19, 2017

On Friday night, New Hampshire Democrats held their annual Kennedy-Clinton dinner. That’s John F. Kennedy, the womanizer and philanderer who brought prostitutes into the White House, not Teddy Kennedy who drove a woman to her death and then was revered by Democrats for decades. And Bill Clinton, the man who not only abused his power […]

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Report That Declares Huge “Rise” in Hate Crimes in NH Leaves A lot of Details Out.

by Steve MacDonald November 17, 2017

New Hampshire Public Radio reported a surge in the number of hate crimes in New Hampshire for 2016. In sounding the alarm, they quote lower figures for previous years and link to a statement by the Anti-Defamation League not just decrying the rise but insisting that hate crimes are still under-reported. Sadly, no one takes […]

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