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Granite State Taxpayers: help us fund the right for taxpayers to have “standing” against Govt actions

By Granite State Taxpayers: TICKETS ARE ON SALE FOR THE GRANITE STATE TAXPAYERS SUMMER MEETING “Take Back Our Taxpayer Rights” at the GST Summer Meeting! Attorney Chuck Douglas, a former Congressman and former NH Supreme Court Justice, will describe the history of Taxpayer Standing in New Hampshire and the importance of having the voters amend the State Constitution to include standing …

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NHGOP -Military & Veterans Appreciation BBQ TONIGHT!

REMINDER: We have our Military & Veterans Appreciation BBQ TONIGHT! Details are below: Who: Veterans and their families are invited from across New Hampshire – numerous veteran leaders and elected officials What: Military & Veteran Appreciation Event and BBQ! Where: Derry VFW, 18 Railroad Ave, Derry, NH 03038 When: Tonight, May 24, 2018; 6PM-8PM Why: Celebrate May as Military Appreciation Month with members …

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NH House Freedom Caucus Blasts “drunken sailor spending”

Press Release NH House Freedom Caucus For Immediate Release May 22, 2018 Contact: Rep. JR Hoell, 603-315-9002 CONCORD – The New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus (NHHFC) today blasted the massive, $120 million state spending spree in new spending outside of a state budget year in bills coming before the House tomorrow. In particular, the NHHFC …

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Cornerstone: Keep the Messages Going to Gov. Sununu VETO HB 1319 and HB 587

Status report: the gender identity bill (HB 1319) and therapy ban bill (HB 587) will be on the Governor’s desk soon, but first they have to go through a process called “enrollment.” This is a bureaucratic process that could take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. You have more time to reach …

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The Honorable William O’Brien Endorses Jane Cormier for Executive Council

Press Release Cormier for Executive Council 4 Phone: 603.781.5695 Email: jane@janecormier.org For Immediate Release Former Speaker William O’Brien Endorses Jane Cormier For NH Executive Council District 4 Hooksett, NH – Jane Cormier is proud to announce the endorsement of her campaign for Executive Council District 4 by former Speaker of the House William O’Brien: “As …

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Ideologies in our Schools (Part 3)

By Ken Eyring This is the third part in a series that discusses indoctrination of our children through the introduction of ideologies in our schools. The focus below is in response to a Windham student, who took offense with my previous postings and mischaracterized my positions. You can find Skylar Hebert’s April 12th letter to …

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Marriage and the NHGOP

By Carolyn McKinney – (Reposted) To advocates for removing “traditional” from marriage in the NHGOP platform. First, you are guilty of using the most frustrating and pernicious leftist debate tactic. To try to make your case, you use examples outside the norm – such as families who adopt, grandparents raising their grandchildren, single parents due to …

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“a bridge too far”

By Jeff Chidester “Republican Gov. Chris Sununu said he will sign the recently passed bill” – The public accommodation provision (of HB1319) was a bridge too far for me and many others. Shame on those that could not support a commonsense measure that would have respected the right of privacy. This is not about equality, but …

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