Shortly after last year’s NHGOP Annual Meeting, I wrote a post entitled Identity Politics on the NHGOP eBoard. The accompanying photo cited George Orwell: All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.
We see this just like the Platform fights – a stark difference to make and a question to be answered: who is the Party for? Is it for the perennial NH GOP Elites, or is it for the rank-and-file delegates, activists, and voters?
Elliot Axelman is a Republican primary candidate for the open Hooksett State Representative Seat. Hello, Hooksett! My name is Elliot Axelman, and I am running for State Representative in the Republican primary in the Hooksett Special Election. I am a paramedic by profession, and I enjoy many hobbies, including personal…
One can often learn something about a person’s true character by examining those with whom they associate or support, giving credence to the old saying that “birds of a feather flock together.” As the son of a legal immigrant father who embraced the American Dream, it is apparent to this…
Back in Feb of 2016, the Sanders and Clinton campaign accused each other of voter fraud. I’m sure they were both guilty. This time around the Biden campaign is looking for temporary housing for out of state staffers (who will probably vote here). For Joe Biden.
Donald Trump came to New Hampshire last August, and we didn’t think we’d see him again for a while. Surprise! According to the Boston Globe, there are plans in the works for a Feb 10th rally, the night before New Hampshire’s First in The Nation Primary.
Jack Flanagan’s bill to compel speech had a hearing yesterday and the New Hampshire media rose to the challenge. Jack, based on the reporting, stuck to his guns (that’s a figure of speech), but the Press had their say. HB 1157 violates the first amendment.
We shared this in the right sidebar, but if you missed it, the NH March for Life is tomorrow. We have included the full schedule of events and links for you to follow.
Congressman Chris Pappas owns the Puritan Backroom Restaurant in Manchester, New Hampshire. In late November, 18 people contracted intestinal issues later identified as Norovirus. Not one local news outlet identified Congressman Pappas’ restaurant as the source in their reporting.
Michael Kitch’s November 22, 2019 article in the NH Business Review; “Taking on NH’s housing ‘crisis’ – Task force’s recommendations ‘a long time coming’” praises the Governor’s new plan to manage housing in NH. The plan is not an enhancement of local control, but a gross usurpation of it.
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