New Hampshire

NH gun control bill will turn law-abiding citizens into criminals

by Kimberly Morin January 20, 2017

On Thursday, the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee in the New Hampshire House of Representatives heard testimony on a gun control bill that has been presented by Democrats but written by a gun control organization from California. For some reason, Representative Katherine Rogers (who also pushes New York-style gun control via billionaire Michael Bloomberg) believes […]

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The NH State Senate Passed Right to Work Yesterday

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2017

Right to Work (RTW) has passed the State Senate and moved on to the New Hampshire House. I learned this while walking past the newspaper stand leaving Wal-Mart today. The Nashua Telegraph lead their report with the words, “Senate passes so-called right to work…” So-called Right to Work. I laughed out loud. Yeah, it’s the Nashua […]

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See, It’s Not Just New Hampshire – California Underestimated Medicaid Costs Too…

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2017

The incoming Sununu administration discovered a $65 million dollar hole at the New Hampshire Department of Inhumanly High Health Services ((NHD(i)HHS)) thanks mostly to expanded Medicaid costs they had not anticipated. Seriously? We here in our humble shop knew it would happen from day one. We knew that the Federal contribution wasn’t “Free Money™.” And […]

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Frank Edelblut Nominated for NH Commissioner of Education

by Steve MacDonald January 18, 2017

This. IS. Awesome. Governor Chris Sununu Nominates Frank Edelblut as Commissioner of New Hampshire Department of Education Concord, NH – Governor Chris Sununu this morning brought forth to the Executive Council the nomination of Frank Edelblut for commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Education. Governor Sununu said of today’s nomination, “I am thrilled to […]

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Right to Work states spend less on education, get more value for students

by Kimberly Morin January 17, 2017

On Thursday Senate Bill 11, AN ACT prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union, is scheduled to be voted on by the entire New Hampshire Senate. It was voted Ought To Pass out of committee by a party line vote of 3-2. As the Right to Work (RTW) […]

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Why are New Hampshire Unions afraid of ‘worker freedom’?

by Kimberly Morin January 16, 2017

Last Tuesday, Senate Bill 11 (SB 11), AN ACT prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union, was heard in the senate committee at the State House. This is a bill that will end the forced unionism in New Hampshire and finally allow workers to have a choice about unions […]

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Refugees Bring Tuberculois to New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald January 15, 2017

Breitbart: Tuberculosis: Refugees Produce 29 Percent of Active Cases in New Hampshire. When asked if the state of New Hampshire has a plan to effectively deal with this refugee TB issue, the spokesperson for the New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services did offer a response.  

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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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Republicans: THE Year of No Excuses – Part 2

by Skip January 9, 2017

From The Corner: Historic GOP Victory in Kentucky Leads to Flurry of Conservative Legislation After taking the state house of representative for the first time in 95 years, Kentucky Republicans have passed a series of conservative reforms poised to rollback decades of Democratic economic meddling, as well as protect the unborn. So what did they […]

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By Jan. 9th, 2013 – Cynthia Chase Didn’t Feel Safe

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2017

Back on January, 9th, 2013, I remarked on a report by WMUR News 9 about an online poll. Why? Because, when the comments got nasty, the largest television media outlet in the state at the time chose, of all people, New Hampshire Democrat House Rep Cynthia Chase for her thoughts. Chase became known nationally just […]

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New Hampshire Constitutional Carry Bill Should Become Law in 2017

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2017

New Hampshire Senate Bill 12 (2017) is an Act, repealing the licensing requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver. The new law would make the current pistol revolver license in New Hampshire optional. So, anyone legally able to own a firearm in the state would be legally able to put a coat or jacket on without […]

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Gov. Sununu Puts Hold on Administrative Rule-Making

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2017

Gov. Sununu has issued a 90-day moratorium on rules making in all New Hampshire state agencies and requested each provide a comprehensive report on whether current or proposed rules are mandated by law. From, Kevin Landrigan, reporting in the Manchester Union Leader, “We all recognize that government regulations are intended to protect and promote the […]

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We caught us a Fly-in Drive-by Voter!! [Updated]

by Ed Naile January 6, 2017

When you are looking for “drive-by” voters this what you want to find: -A guy with a name no one else in America has. -His date of birth from several sources. -Public documents with as much information as you can get. What do you know? I Have all three. Meet Hooksett, NH voter Michael LaSean […]

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Maggie Hassan’s Gun Control $$: A Photo is Worth a Thousand Words

by Kimberly Morin January 5, 2017

Maggie Hassan was paid back to the tune of millions by gun control organizations during the senate election as long as she voted AGAINST the wishes of Granite Staters while she was governor. Clearly, getting money far the senate race was for more important to Hassan than ending decades of abuse of her own constituents.

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New Hampshire’s Presidential Inaugural Ball

by Steve MacDonald December 30, 2016

New Hampshire’s Own Presidential Inaugural Ball Friday, January 20 6:30 p.m. Grappone Center 70 Constitution Avenue, Concord NH Master of Ceremonies, Jeff Chidester with the B Street Bombers Band Viewing of D.C. Ball on large screen Dancing, Great Food, Cash Bar Sponsored by 603 Alliance And participating Hosts and Co-Hosts Tickets –  $75.00 per person […]

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Stephen Forster – Just “We The People!”

by Steve MacDonald December 29, 2016

By Stephen E. Forster Four costly years for me AND the taxpayer, wasted. A very expensive exercise in English composition! This is a “property rights” issue. I wish it were as simple as “it’s your property and you can do what you like on it.” Well, that’s not exactly true. As we relinquish control to our […]

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The Voting Dead

by Steve MacDonald December 27, 2016

To borrow from Skip, Shot: UNITY, N.H. (AP) – A historical society in a New Hampshire has preserved a collection of 19th century town voting records for future study. Chaser: Names that may also be on the November 2016 Checklist as same day voters who signed an affidavit, cast a vote, but can no longer […]

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Canadian Think Tank Says New Hampshire #1 in Economic Freedom

by Steve MacDonald December 26, 2016

The Fraser Institute has announced that in 2014, the last year for which data was available, New Hampshire was the most economically free state in the US. It was followed on the list by Florida, Texas, South Dakota and Tennessee. (Watchdog) New Hampshire leads the United States in economic freedom for the second consecutive year, […]

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Dartmouth Researcher Implies Democrat Students are Dumber than Republicans

by Steve MacDonald December 18, 2016

If we do away with same-day voter registration in New Hampshire with what do we replace it? That’s a great question and the subject of a report on the front page of today’s Union Leader. But not everyone thinks there is a problem. Or do they? Dartmouth College researchers studied voting practices in three states […]

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Time to Build An Epic Shooting Range in Winchester, New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

From the InBox: So there is an awesome plan (It is even funded!) to build an epic shooting range in Winchester NH complete with a 1,000 yard range. However, it must go through the arbitrary government zoning process and there is pushback from the anti-gun left. If successful, this would be the first 1,000 yard […]

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603 Alliance Sponsors Presidential Inaugural Ball in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

While President Trump’s Inaugural Ball is underway in Washington D.C. The 603 Alliance is sponsoring an Inaugural Ball right here in New Hampshire. Save the Date! Friday, January 20th, 2017. It will be an evening gala, so we encourage appropriate dress (Fancy/Formal). No, I will not be wearing a baseball hat. There will be a live band, a dance floor, […]

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A New Hampshire Voting Booth is a lot like a Target Bathroom

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

I think the correct strategy with regard to the left’s fake news about the election is to assume that anything that does not go your way is the result of Russian hackers. Case in point. (Stay with me.)

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High Electric Rates: NH Businesses Will Expand or Relocate Elsewhere

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

In this morning’s Manchester Union Leader the front page has a report on how Granite State businesses looking at expansions would like to grow in New Hampshire but are forced to look outside the state because our energy costs are prohibitive. “If we don’t have an assurance of reliability and a drastic reduction in our energy costs, […]

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NH bureaucrats now want to HURT your pets with the Drug Database

by Kimberly Morin December 5, 2016

Yesterday it was reported in the Union Leader that the bureaucrats making the rules for New Hampshire’s “druggie database” now want to require Veterinarians to not only add certain medications for pets into the database but they want to require vets to look up the human owners of said pets to check on THEIR information […]

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Ray Buckley Running for DNC Chair Headline

by Steve MacDonald November 30, 2016

New Hampshire Democrat Party State Chairman Raymond Buckley (D – Blame the Kock Brothers), who has for a number of years served as a DNC vice-chair, wants to the top spot in the national party machine. All the local papers are reporting it, but none of them are phrasing the effort in the proper terms. “White leader […]

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So…Trump Actually Won New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald November 16, 2016

NPR is reporting that Comrade Bernie Sanders received 4,493 write-in votes in New Hampshire. The state saw an unusually high number of write-ins this year, with many voters refusing to support either of the two major party candidates. It is also reporting that Clinton only won the state’s four electors by 2573 votes. That means […]

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Sanders Supporters are ‘Writing in’ Bernie on their Ballots

by Steve MacDonald November 8, 2016

Early voting in New Hampshire bore Bad News for the Clinton Crime Family and the backers of their illegal enterprise. Sanders voters who were pissed off before the Podesta emails started pouring out are showing their disdain for the DNC’s rigged primary result and the Party’s anti-Bernie interventions by…voting for Bernie on Election day. The early […]

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Lies, To New Hampshire Democrat’s, By New Hampshire Democrats

by Steve MacDonald November 4, 2016

Lots of New Hampshire Democrat names in this Robby Mook/Podesta Email. Sylvia Larsen, Teri Norelli, Jim Demers, ‘Billy and the Senator’ (the Shaheens) Lou D’Allesandro, and is that “Sullivan” Kathy Sullivan? That doesn’t matter. Kathy is just another Clinton water-carrier in party leadership, and we know what that means. Rigged. So why ask for your […]

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Health Care in New Hampshire Explained

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2016

From Frank Edelbut for New Hampshire, a 3 min. plus explanation of the problems New Hampshire has created for employers and citizens with regard to health care insurance policy decisions. H/T Greg Moore.

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Police Investigate Multiple Clown Sighting in NH

by Steve MacDonald October 26, 2016

Headline: Police investigate after multiple clown sightings reported in NH Police in several New Hampshire communities investigated reports of clown sightings on Monday… Coincidence? Elizabeth Warren pumped her arms in the air three times as she introduced Hillary Clinton at a big New Hampshire rally Monday. Exit Question: how much pressure did having two serial liars in […]

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