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ACLU Fights to Keep The “Death Penalty” for Babies

Yesterday, Jeanne Hruska, Political Director for the ACLU of New Hampshire, testified in opposition to New Hampshire Bill HB625, which would restrict abortions in the third trimester, when babies are viable and can live outside the womb.

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NH Civil Rights Leader Rogers Johnson, Dead at 62

I met Rogers Jonson on a handful of occasions. In my limited experience, he was always a great guy who listened intently. He was thoughtful and always polite. So it is sad to hear the news that he has passed away at the age of 62.

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Princeton University’s “Everybody Else Does it” Defense

The Department of Education (DoE) is investigating Princeton’s admission of violation of the Civil Rights Act. What happened is the school’s president said racism remains “embedded” in the university. In response to the DoE’s inquiry, Princeton claims the school does not actively discriminate.

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The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

Our reward for having the engine of the economy shutdown is promises of more money to bail out those impacted by the shutdown. Money from where when there’s little to no productivity to tax? No worries. The experts are on it. Just nod and smile under your mask. Don’t forget to bleat!

NYC Bans Words, Landlords Lose More Rights

Another bastion of liberalism leftism has decided to infringe on your first amendment rights and your property rights, shockingly, under the guise of Civil Rights.  The new guidance from the Civil Rights Commission in New York City mandates landlords to rent, sell, or lease to illegal aliens. Whoops, can’t say “illegal aliens.”  That’s outlawed too. NEW …

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Unenforced Buffer Zone Law Remains on the Books

The New Hampshire House voted “inexpedient to legislate” this morning on a bill to repeal the buffer zone law giving abortion providers authority to determine access to public property around their facilities. The tally was 228-141 for the ITL motion.  See the roll call at this link, noting that since the motion was “inexpedient to …

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