Now!? She Objects to the Gas Tax Increase?

by Steve MacDonald July 1, 2014
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Democrat Governor signs bill sponsored by prominent State Senate Republicans.  NHGOP Party Chair develops a public problem with it after it goes into effect. This morning, gas taxes in New Hampshire are 23 percent higher, thanks to Governor Hassan.  23 percent.  In a time when working class families and small businesses are already struggling to […]

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The Incumbent Protection Act

by Susan Olsen May 5, 2014
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NH Medicaid Expansion and the ‘Third Way’

by Steve MacDonald March 16, 2014
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For some reason, this paragraph from Jonah Goldberg’s Liberal Fascism made me think of the Medicaid Expansion cabal of NH Republican State Senators…(and all Democrats). The “Middle Way” sounds moderate and un-radical.  Its appeal is that it sounds unideological and freethinking.  But philosophically the Third Way is not mere difference splitting; it is utopian and […]

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With Republicans like theses…

by Susan Olsen March 13, 2014
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Odell and Stiles Must Go

by Steve MacDonald March 6, 2014
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The Senate compromise on Medicaid Expansion in New Hampshire (SB 413) is based on the presumption that  no force on earth or in heaven would prevent the passage of the Democrat majority House Plan (HassanCare).  That Republican state Senator Nancy Stiles and Bob Odell are so committed to ignoring the fact that they are supposed […]

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SB 0120 – Bride of HB 1704 (2012) Political Speech For The Privelaged Few Makes A Come-Back

by Steve MacDonald February 4, 2013

SB 0120, sponsored by three New Hampshire Senate Republicans, a House Republican and a House Democrat, is nothing more than the free speech killing bride of the amendment to HB1704 proposed last year. It is the same language, placing the same similarly complex, overly demanding, ambiguous bureaucratic horse collar on political speech, which last May […]

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