DURHAM, NH – Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Governor Chris Sununu hold large leads over their major challengers in their bids for reelection. Shaheen’s leads over Republicans Don Bolduc and Corky Messner have remained steady since February.
Democrats are not fans of free and open markets. They love meddling. Licensing that restricts access and creates cartels, regulations that limit opportunity, and jobs that demand tithing to their union-boss political allies. They also think they know what every starting hour of labor in every occupation is worth. They don’t.
The State released a well-thought-out guidance document on reopening schools this fall. It provides some primary considerations, relevant information from health authorities (even if I disagree with some of it), and it allows each district to do what works best for them. Democrats hate it. They want a top-down mandate.
On Tuesday, the NH Department of Education released a Back-to-School Guidance document, which provides information and guidelines regarding COVID-19 for school districts throughout the state. The plan, and the Democrats’ response to it, illustrates one of the fundamental differences between our two political parties.
So this: And how did his Excellency respond? By defending the President again the patently false smear that he is a White supremacist? Nope. Our “GOP Governor” did not utter a word in defense of the President. From NH Journal: … the governor told NHJournal, he still supports the BLM cause. “We very much support …
The “rising cases” bugbear has replaced its predecessors (overburdened Hospitals, ICUs, etc.) as the new focal point for fearmongering the SARS CoV2. A factor easily adjusted by merely testing more or less, defined by who is President not pressing health concerns. So, with Trump on his way to NH, guess what?