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Achieving Transparency: How the Best Districts Do It

A panel of current and former school board and budget committee members will talk about their transparency successes. There will be plenty of time to take questions from the audience. This event is designed to benefit elected school district officials, but the public is also welcome, subject to space availability. Register here via email. Achieving Transparency: …

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Extremism and the culture of death

By Ovide Lamontagne ALTHOUGH IT HORRIFIES most people, can anyone really be surprised to learn that the abortion agenda of the Left includes unregulated late-term abortions through the ninth month of pregnancy (yes, think late-term abortionist and convicted murderer, Dr. Kermit Gosnell). Using your tax dollars to pay for abortion on demand throughout those nine …

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NHDOE: Online Sci-Fi, Fantasy Literature University Sets Up Shop In NH

New Hampshire Department of Education: Signum University is the first university to receive approval to do business in the state during the last six years. CONCORD, NH – Signum University, an online-only, nonprofit university focused on fantasy and sci-fi literature, has received approval from the Higher Education Commission to offer classes in the state of …

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Is N.H. the Most Abortion-Friendly State?

by Cornerstone New York’s governor ordered buildings to be illuminated in pink lights on January 22, in celebration of state law he had just signed eliminating most limitations on abortion. Legislators in Virginia and Vermont are ready to follow suit. Think it couldn’t happen in New Hampshire? The grim fact is that is already has.

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New Hampshire Needs a Pet Czar Comrades

by Rebecca Bailey Looking to grow government with some 4th Amendment infringements, a side of the slippery slope and a bit of infringing on your property rights? HB688 fits the Bill. This legislation establishes the Companion Animal Welfare Division within the Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food. It will, Establish a statewide animal transfer database to track animal …

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Divorce Agreement Proposal

by John J., Law Student:  Dear American liberals, leftists, social progressives, socialists, Marxists, and Obama supporters, et al: We have stuck together since the late 1950s for the sake of the kids, but the whole of this latest election process has made me realize that I want a divorce.

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Donald J. Trump: Presidential Proclamation on National African American History Month, 2019

The White House In the year 1619, a Dutch trading ship sailed into the Chesapeake Bay and dropped anchor at Point Comfort, Virginia.  The vessel’s arrival marked the beginning of the unscrupulous slave trade in the American colonies.  It was from this immoral origin—and through inhuman conditions, discrimination, and prolonged hardship—that emerged the vibrant culture, …

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How Parents Can End Socialism in America’s Schools: School Choice

by Lennie Jarratt and Chris Talgo January 20 marked the beginning of National School Choice Week. This year, more than 40,000 events were held to highlight the benefits of school choice—an important effort considering the abysmal track record of the nation’s public schools and the fact that government schools have a near-monopoly on education. In …

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