Ethics

Protect Parental Rights and Student Privacy: Oppose Senate Bill 196

What is SB 196? This bill deals with administration of non-academic surveys by public schools to students. The bill changes the requirements of school district policies governing the administration of non-academic surveys and questionnaires. It removes informed written parental consent. It does this by changing the requirement from opt in to opt out. Currently for …

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So Dan Eaton wishes to “To restore transparency, civility and fairness to the institution”. Fine – how about Ethics, Dan?

The Sentinel asked why Democrat Dan Eaton, who resigned from the NH House due to ethics charges, why he was running.  Well, the guy seems to have a pair (if nothing else):  “To restore transparency, civility and fairness to the institution“ Riiiiiiight.  If I remember right, he resigned when he became under an investigation of …

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Socialism’s Assault on Religion vs. Industry as Virtue

The Marxist/secularist assault on religion is well documented and continues today on many fronts.  But one of the reasons for attacking Religion in the first place, is that the foundations of the Puritan/Protestant faith–in America at least–never viewed material success as an obstacle to spiritual salvation.  In fact they encouraged it.

To The Editor…

Carol Shea-Porter has abrogated her constitutional responsibilities, done everything in her power to destroy New Hampshire’s right to State sovereignty, refused to fulfill her duty to propose a new federal budget for political reasons, accepted money from admitted socialists in the government, increased the federal deficit to 3.5 trillion dollars, added tens of trillions more …

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Hodespocrisy–The Menendez Chronicles

Being as concerned as they are about ethics and corruption (over at the offices of the New Hampshire Democrat Party) you’d think Paul ‘Jersey’ Hodes would have refused that $10,000.00 campaign contribution from Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ).  Menendez is a long time benefactor of corrupt SEC violator Goldman Sachs (see below) and being from Jersey’s …

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Hypocrats (again)

Being a liberal means never having to do better than whomever you can find that can be shown to be as bad or worse than whatever it is you are being accused of.  This, courtesy of Mike Brunelle, NHDP XO, as reported in this morning’s Union Leader, where Comrade Brunelle dismisses a request by the …

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