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Accountability – next installment – the US House TEA Party Caucus

TEA Party: Taxes Enough Already.  A general philosophy that Government has become too enthralled with using other peoples’ money.  That it has become too big, too intrusive, too cumbersome, way too inefficient, and too far removed from the principles enshrined in our Founding documents: protecting individual Rights and property and a limited government. Earmarks have …

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HassanSullivan Speech – Jim Splaine speaks up after NH Democrats go after one of their own – for standing up for a Principle for which millions have died.

Jim Splaine has been in my crosshairs – mostly for not answering very pointed and very targeted questions.  And in not answering them, I grew "testy".  But not here, not now.  There ARE times and are issues that are beyond partisanship – in protecting, in whole, the foundational truths of our Republic.   For Jim …

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Weapons Ban Stands

NH House Bill 1693 was killed in the House yesterday by a vote of 191 to 167 almost entirely on party lines.  (Roll Call) Four Republicans voted with the majority of democrats that the measure was Inexpedient to legislate; DiFruscia, Messier, Pilliod, Vallincourt.  Ten democrats voted with the Republicans in their effort to move it forward.  So the …

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The Tent Tax Party

What do you get when you mix 124 Donkeys and one RINO?  A list of NH House reps on the wrong side of a bill to repeal another stupid tax. The House voted to ax the tent tax, (HB 1445) and repeal the 9% ‘rooms and meals’ tax for people who go to a camp site …

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Low Hanging Fruit

Last week the New Hampshire House voted against a bill to let taxpayers adopt charter provisions establishing limitations on the growth of budgets and taxes.  The actual short text reads as follows: This bill authorizes cities and towns to adopt charter provisions establishing limitations on the growth of budgets and taxes. For those not familiar with New Hampshire, …

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“We’re on a road to nowhere, come on inside…”

After reading the lead story in yesterday’s Laconia Daily Sun (pdf) about the latest bailout/stimulus/recovery monies headed for the Lakes Region, I couldn’t help but recall one of my favorite Talking Heads tunes, “Road to Nowhere” from the “Little Creatures” album: “WELL WE KNOW WHERE WE’RE GOIN’ BUT WE DON’T KNOW WHERE WE’VE BEEN AND …

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Agenda? Naw, not us!

So often I hear from the big name journalists that "we report the truth and only the truth".  That only a journalism degree and years of experience can allow one to objectively report on the goings on in the world. Balderdash.  At the same time that they rail against citizen journalists and bloggers for our …

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