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Destroying the NH Advantage – Commuter Rail

Commuter rail is another piece of the ‘urbanization’ puzzle that originated with the United Nations’ global goals, a.k.a. Agenda 21 (now called Agenda 2030) to get us out of our cars, in an effort to reduce ‘global warming’ or ‘climate change.’

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The Horrible Legacy of NH Democrats

If you spent only 5 minutes looking at the recent voting record of New Hampshire Democrats, you would be appalled. Presuming you are a sensible person with a healthy level of common sense. Today’s Democrat Party has become the party of big, intrusive government, open borders and fraudulent elections – not to mention their tacit …

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The (Arguably) Most Important Question in the Gubernatorial Race That Everyone is Ignoring

Do you remember the ConVal education funding lawsuit? From my post back in June of last year: So last week, a single Superior Court Judge decided he was the State’s Education-Czar and implicitly ordered -while, of course, claiming he was doing no such thing- the State to -at a minimum- triple spending on public education …

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Democrats Campaign for Sununu ahead of State of the State

First off, let me remind Governor Sununu to use the word ‘beclown’ in his State of the State. Pet mission. Secondly, thank you to the Democrats for continuing to campaign for Sununu by reminding the electorate all he did to protect the New Hampshire Advantage and the Live Free or Die State. Ahead of today’s …

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Lonely (for now) legislators push sales, income taxes

A bill to tax sales of electronics in New Hampshire made news this week, and the bemused media coverage it drew was justified. Yet New Hampshire Union Leader State House Bureau Chief Kevin Landrigan saw a different, and more important, angle.