I’m here to tell you that there are 188 very happy current and former state legislators from New Hampshire today.
Democrats like to tuck tail and run. The most recent example comes to us from Wisconsin as all the States democrat senators abdicated their elected duty and crossed state lines to hide from a vote
Too much going on to sit and write a decent post so let’s point you to a few conversation starters.
First the basics. Wyler thinks cutting the tax by a buck a carton will actually increase revenue by attracting more out of state traffic. Ken is correct. A larger cut would be better, but I guess we can crawl before we walk. And with that in mind, lets review why it will raise more revenue. And I’m not even going to have to go very far for a decent flashback.
Word has it that Bill Binnie has considered buying WNDS to use as the flagship studio for what would be called the New Hampshire 1 Network.
Former Merrimack Town councilor Mike Malzone has decided he has had enough. What tipped him over the edge? An 11 pm town meeting decision to implement pay as you throw after just about everyone had gone home.
Being a New Hampshire democrat means never having to denounce anything. This only matters because the liberal-progressive whip holders who direct traffic leftward around the democrat’s rotary-of-hypocrisy like to tap the hair trigger on their media Weapons of Mass Outrage (WMO) whenever someone to the right of them puts together a sentence that could in any way be misinterpreted as racist, misogynist, bigoted and so on.
House Bill 125-FN, commonly referred to as the, Lawful Commerce In Firearms Act eminently faces a house vote. Much has been said about the bill while, at the same time, much has not been said about this bill.