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If elected, Dems PROMISE to pass an Income Tax for Family Medical Leave in NH

Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Molly Kelly and her fellow Democrats running for office are touting Family Medical Leave as one of the most important issues in the upcoming election. What they don’t tell Granite Staters is that the legislation already exists and it is a TAX on income for employees and employers. Democrats won’t tell the …

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Data Point – Individual Income Taxes set record

The federal government collected a record $1,521,589,000,000 in individual income taxes through the first eleven months of fiscal 2018 (October 2017 through August 2018), according to the Monthly Treasury Statement released today. Yet, the Progressive / Socialist / Democrats keep saying we have a revenue problem.  Seriously? However, the federal government also ran a deficit …

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Keith Erf – candidate for NH State House, Hillsborough County 2 (Weare/Deering)

I’m Keith Erf, candidate for state representative in Weare and Deering. I’m running for State representative to champion limited government. I’ve lived in Weare for 37 years. My wife, Louisa, and I raised four children here where they attended Weare schools. I started my business, KyTek, in 1991 developing automated systems for the publishing industry. As …

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There’s a reason why NH ranks much higher than Maine

Reformatted, emphasis mine: “…The compilation data is stunning. In many of the selected reports, Maine lagged far behind New Hampshire for competitiveness for new industry, tax burden, cost of doing business, workforce education, infrastructure, regulatory environment and labor supply. New Hampshire came in, nationally, as the 15th best state in terms of business climate and …

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HB628 Was Never About Creating a Family Medical Leave Insurance Program.

Since late 2017, leading up to today, we’ve written or shared at least twenty-three articles opposing HB628, the so-called Family Medical Leave Act. This makes (at least) twenty-four. Why so many? Until very recently neither the governor nor Republican Majority leadership had made a noise that wasn’t fawning. And while a recent joint committee vote …

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If the Tax On Income Isn’t Troubling Enough…

The proposed Family Medical leave legislation will create an income tax but there’s plenty more wrong with this bill if the tax isn’t enough. Elliott Axelman joins me to discuss the many troubling facets of this awful piece of legislation (HB 628). Original Blog Page Post can be Found Here

NH Looks to Impose an Income Tax

Kimberly Morin joins me to discuss the latest effort by progressives to institute a broad-based taxing structure in state government.

New Hampshire’s Latest Criminal Enterprise

Medicaid Expansion in NH is now inevitable. The majority (registered) Republican legislature has guaranteed passage (the NH House passed it today). We discuss the last hearing, the lobbyists, and their water carriers in government.  

The Cost of Medicaid Expansion in NH

As Republicans advance Medicaid expansion in NH local activists have developed an online tool to show taxpayers just how expensive this will get, even IF the Feds keep their funding promise. (2016-01-30 Segment 1a)