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Regulation … Love it or Hate it … Fair Results

Whenever we have a change in control of our political process it is reasonable to expect a change in legislative output. If we assume the prior statement is true N.H. should see noticeable change in the output of the political process. We have flipped the N.H. House, N.H. Senate, and Executive Council.

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CATO: NH Ranks #2 in the Nation for Economic Freedoms

CATO’s Freedom in the 50 States is out, and as usual, New Hampshire Ranks near the top. This year’s survey put the Granite State at number two for economic and social freedom, behind Florida, but notes that New Hampshire is the most improved state overall.

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Proper Aspirations Under the Constitution

Americans can ask no more from their federal government than what they find in the constitution. This is the crux of the differences in our society today. The Marxists demand government control everything. Conservatives say no, that is not America’s system of government.

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What’s Happening to Healthcare?

Last week the Los Angeles Times declared it conventional wisdom thatCOVID-19 proves Bernie Sanders was right about “Medicare for All.” The Times said with universal health coverage, the government wouldn’t have to send emergency aid to “hospitals and state health programs.” But is that actually true?

Louisiana Unsafe Abortion Protection Act Law

The Louisiana Unsafe Abortion Protection Act law was before the Supreme court this week. Yes, another abortion case is before the Supreme Court (SCOTUS). The high court heard oral arguments Wednesday in the June Medical Services v. Russo. The case involves a Louisiana law. The law requires doctors performing abortions at clinics to have admitting privileges …

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Democrat Leadership?

Democrat Leadership?

Have you ever read an article and just cringed. Well, recently there was an article which began with the statement that: “If there’s one thing the government is good at, it’s fixing massive crises.”