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Children of the state.

I started this post with the assumption, based on the absence of any news articles, that the NH Catholic Diocese, of which I am a member, had given up on any attempts at stopping the repeal of NH’s parental notification law. Further investigation revealed I was wrong, the Diocese has, in fact taken a stand …

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JOHN LYNCH DOES NOT SUPPORT PARENTAL NOTIFICATION (BUT APPARENTLY NEITHER DOES THE NH GOP)

It was recently reported that Governor Lynch would sign a bill repealing the State’s parental notification law because "The current law fails to protect the health and safety of all women." Lynch claims he supports parental notification, just not the current parental notification law.  But Lynch has never offered an alternative law to the current law.  Given …

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The Buckley Scandal: Is Gov. Lynch going to get caught in the splatter when it hits the fan?

Attorney Ed Mosca submits the following piece on the unfolding Ray Buckley scandal. You’ve heard part of the story: famed NH Dem activist Ray Buckley, candidate for that party’s state committee chair, had to withdraw due to allegations which, if true, are damning, to say the least… IF RAY BUCKLEY HAS NOTHING TO HIDE, THEN …

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Kos Kids at it again….

No, I’m not filing this under Plain Politics – this is under Morality – specifically for morals (or lack thereof) and manners (REALLY a lack thereof) Our good friend Liz over at GOPProgress.com (albeit more moderate than Doug or I) just sent me this info.  I’m glad she’s willing to dive into the dumpster over …

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‘O brave new world’

Famed science-fiction writer- who actually started the genre- Jules Verne, wrote of many futuristic ideas that have almost all become reality. In 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he observed (mind you, it was 1870): The human mind delights in grand visions of supernatural beings. Indeed it does. In our modern times, the movies and stories …

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