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Jim Kofalt

Jim is a Board Member of the 603 Alliance and lives in Wilton, New Hampshire.   He also serves as the Northeast Director for Right Tech PAC, which provides campaign technology to candidates who will advance the cause of limited government.  Jim has served on his school budget committee and has been a candidate for State Representative.


The Claremont Way

In the mid-1990’s, the town of Claremont pleaded poverty, insisting that the rest of the state should pony up more money to fund its local schools. The result was the imposition of a wealth-redistribution scheme on the rest of our state. A decade later, Claremont wasn’t looking so poverty-stricken after all.

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Re-framing, Part 2 (Money In Politics Edition)

In a recent post, I wrote about the importance of “framing the conversation.”  I cited a segment on Tucker Carlson’s show in which he debated a Bernie Sanders surrogate over the Green New Deal. In response to my post, a Grok reader added some remarks in the comments section.

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Re-framing: Workers vs. Looters

Last night’s Tucker Carlson show included a spot with Nomiki Konst, a former Bernie Sanders’ surrogate.  Tucker started off with this challenge: “Name one proposal in the Green New Deal that you’re aware of that would not increase the power of the Democratic party.”  What followed was not a debate about policies, but rather, a …

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JCN calls BS on AOC

“If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes truth.”  While it’s unclear who originally said this (it is sometimes attributed to Lenin, sometimes to Goebbels); the unfortunate fact is that we’re seeing it in action on a daily basis.  The left has become extraordinarily comfortable with outright fabrication, even after it has been proven …

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Identity Politics on the NHGOP eBoard

Fair elections (in which everyone has an equal voice) are good. Special carveouts for identity groups are bad. I thought that was what the GOP stood for, but apparently not. The NHGOP’s bylaws stipulate that three specific Republican groups (NH Federation of Republican Women, the Young Republicans, and the College Republicans) are each entitled to a voting …

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