SURVEY: Majority in NH support Right to Work, including union members

by Kimberly Morin February 15, 2017

Yesterday, the University of New Hampshire Survey Center released a survey in which they ask Granite Staters about some hot topics that are happening in the state. One of the biggest pieces of legislation that is going to be voted on by the house this week is “Right to Work” legislation. It is a bill […]

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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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Can We Ask Some NH 4th Graders To Submit the Next Right To Work Bill?

by Steve MacDonald March 19, 2015
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The NH House killed HB 373, dismissing it as another nuisance bill.  The problem?  It was proposed by 4th graders who were in the gallery when it failed. (NH1) CONCORD – Fourth graders from Lincoln Akerman School in Hampton Falls received a warm welcome at the State House last Thursday. They and their teacher, James […]

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GrokTALK! Liberty Forum with Greg Moore – AFP-NH

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2015
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Greg Moore from American’s For Prosperity joins us at Liberty Forum to talk about White Chicken Chili, base line ‘shared principles,’ constructive disagreement, and the extreme idea that people should have control over their own lives, oh- and White Chicken Chili. We’ve also got Right to Work (passed in MN, failed in NH), as well […]

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NH Democrats ‘Grubering’ their supporters with lies about Bill O’Brien

by Kimberly Morin November 19, 2014

Yesterday the Republican Legislators in the New Hampshire House of Representatives elected their Speaker. The election was between former Speakers Bill O’Brien and Gene Chandler. Laurie Sanborn had also been in the race but dropped out due to family health issues. This was the race in which Senator Kelly Ayotte decided to (for the first time […]

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Footage from Inside AFP Tent In Michigan

by Steve MacDonald December 14, 2012

This is footage shot from inside the AFP tent in Lansing as the tent was overrun by angry union protesters and began to come down.  It’s very shaky but here it is.

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More Compensation and Job Growth In Right To Work States

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2012

If union thugs are not beating on you, they are lying to you (about job growth and wage growth), and so is your President.  But here’s the truth… According to Michigan’s Mackinac Center, using data taken from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and Bureau of Labor Statistics, private-sector, inflation-adjusted employee compensation in right-to-work states increased […]

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Where Diane Lacy, President of NH SEA / SEIU can’t even get simple facts right – and tips hand on the upcoming NH election cycle.

by Skip January 22, 2012

On WMUR “Closeup” this morning, replacement host James Pindell interviewed Diane Lacy, President of the NH State Employee Association and NH Rep. Will Infantine (R-Manchester) during his first segment).  Well, during the interview, Ms. Lacy shows that either she has no grasp of real facts or is just what many people believe: that the SEIU […]

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GrokTV Event: NH Speaker Bill O’Brien Town Hall – Questions!

by Skip January 16, 2012

Quite a bit of the Town Hall was taken up by questions (some pre-written and some from the floor): On Voter ID Would Gov Lynch actually support on a Voter ID bill? How can the private sector assist in the cost of Education? How about Consolidates SAUs (School Administrative Units)? More on Voter Fraud School […]

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