Don

Don is a local New Hampshire resident

Democrats want People Needing Handouts, Republicans want People to Prosper

Democrats hysterically lash out against President Trump because Democrats desperately need to divert attention from Democrat failures to improve the lives of most Americans and from President Trump’s successes in improving Americans’ lives. During President Obama’s eight years only the rich prospered, most of the rest of us became poorer.  And Democrats continue opposing President …

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School choice poses no threat to great or good public schools

To The Daily Sun, Reviewing his 1/9/18 column, one has to wonder if E. Scott Cracraft intentionally tries to mislead readers, if he just doesn’t care about children getting a decent start in life, if he’s blind to public education’s failures, or if he is afraid that children, educated outside of public schools, might learn …

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The Trump Tax Cut will benefit poor and middle income Americans

To the Editor: Americans could almost be excused for believing the lie that the Trump tax cuts would harm poor and middle-income Americans because Democrat politicians and the mainstream media have been lying about it so persistently, enthusiastically, and authoritatively. But rational Americans have learned to question everything that Democrats, including most of the mainstream …

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Pro Athletes could be Constructive, Not Counterproductive and Disrespectful

Professional athletes could significantly help solve the problems that they complain about; unfortunately their disrespectful protests of our country are counter-productive, self-destructive, and alienate people who support and applaud constructive efforts to help America’s less fortunate. The saddest thing is that the athletes’ ill-considered protests may encourage more disobedience of and fights with police which …

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Confederate Symbols, Fake Issues, and a Misnamed Protest

The historical part of Alan Vervaeke’s August 22, 2017 column in the Laconia Daily Sun, www.laconiadailysun.com, titled, “Dead soldiers don’t keep the Confederacy alive”, was excellent. Some of his opinions deserve further consideration. I agree with Vervaeke that it’s shortsighted to remove statues of Confederate warriors from any city. As he says, it’s their heritage. So …

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Scapegoats for Harmful Democrat Policies

Democrat policies and actions are so harmful to most people, especially poor people, that Democrats need scapegoats to divert attention away from the harm their policies do.  The rich, especially the 1%, are favorite Democrat scapegoats. According to Democrats, not only are the “rich” to blame but they’re (supposedly) bad people who don’t pay their “fair …

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MJ Decriminalization is Wrong Focus in Fight Against Addiction

Aren’t New Hampshire’s drug/addiction problems bad enough? How does decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana (MJ) reduce the number of addicts and associated costs? Decriminalization isn’t the answer to reducing our addiction problem. Lacking personal experience, I refer to President Obama’s director of National Drug Control Policy’s, Michael Botticelli, December 13, 2015 interview on 60 Minutes. …

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