Dear Executive Councilor: I wrote to you on August 24 to ask that you not distribute the $844,000 in promotional money in the normal way. You might pay attention to the Brandon Smith essay within it because tyranny cannot come without the cooperation of people in administrative positions like yours.
We open our 150th episode on the topic of taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood (PP). We talk about how much they spend on lobbying to get it your money. And the tens of millions spent on political action that could go to women’s healthcare if it actually had anything to do with that.
Even for us at the ‘Grok, it’s not always clear what the NH Executive Council can do and can’t do. Given what Bob Burns said in Question Three, we were curious to see if his philosophy could be carried forward as they carried out one of their duties – to review, discussion, and approve of …
The measure states–if I understand it correctly–that if the union contract expires and has not been renewed, and no new contract is yet negotiated, those employees become at-will workers who can be treated (wait for it) like everyone else.