I took a trip to Concord, a small ghost town we call our state capital, to help a friend with a court case. While I was there, I took the opportunity to stop by the US federal building on Pleasant St. That is the huge marble building dedicated to an old republican RINO.
Progressives (and those with something to hide) have got to “Progress.” In this case, Zandra Rice-Hawkins, City Councilor in Concord, and the Exec. Director of the out-of-state-funded Granite State Progress (who seeks to “fundamentally transform” New Hampshire) decided that Laws are for the little people.
EAST DERRY, N.H.—With many communities around the state canceling traditional Independence Day celebrations, parades, and fireworks displays on July 4 this year for spurious reasons, ReopenNH is calling all patriots to celebrate American liberty together at the New Hampshire State House from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday.