Progressive groups are mad at their political puppets. How can they possibly get their way if Republicans are running everything? Is the answer to move to Vermont, Massachusetts, CT, RI, NY, NJ, even Maine? No, ruin, New Hampshire! Well, not yet!
New Hampshire climbed one spot in the annual Tax Foundation report on State Business Tax Climate, from seventh overall to sixth in the nation. Though property taxes, unemployment taxes, and corporate taxes (still) bog us down, our lack of a personal income tax and sales tax keep us in the top ten. The employer tax …
The progressive socialists who pull the big red levers at party headquarters invest a good deal of political capitol on bashing big business and the men and women who run them so how do they reconcile their figurehead democrat pimping the potential for 1500 new manufacturing jobs in the state, created by some evil, free market, fortune 100 company?
How about some jobs? New Hampshire is reporting an April unemployment rate of 4.9%. … This is unlike last year when the initial “improvement” we saw was actually the result of workforce decline–people had stopped looking or receiving benefits and dropped out of the equation.