About Activist Students Who Want Gun Control

Did you notice how fast the Democrat machine got pawns from Florida education factories to the State Capital? It’s like the protest movement was already in place. Oh, wait. It is “Protest Season.” This is the time of year the left pops its head out of the various non-profits where they hibernate over the winter.

But I want to make several points about the school kid pawns as they shout pre-written Democrat slogans. | Keep Reading…

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A Short History of Entitlement Abuse and Healthcare Deception in New Hampshire

If you’d like to browse through a detailed overview of New Hampshire’s history of entitlement abuse, then I’ve got the article for you. It starts like this.

Today, the New Hampshire Senate began a public debate about reauthorizing Obamacare Medicaid expansion. Since 1991, New Hampshire has been funding a large portion of its general fund from a Medicaid scam loophole. We have since expanded the program and are now proposing to deceptively use the opioid crisis to expand and make more permanent our 27-year orgy of fiscal irresponsibility. | Keep Reading…

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Pine Tree Ramblings – Vol 5

Church and School.  Two places where a lot of shootings take place.  Both are relatively gun-free zones, one mandated by law, the other by sense.  Although, there are no gun-free zones wherever I am.

Anyhow, two recent shootings have occurred in these places and have something else in common: Dropped Balls and Missed Opportunities. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok.com

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Conscience bill: what to remember and why to act now

I went to the hearing on HB 1787 yesterday, regarding conscience protections for health care providers who decline to participate in abortion, sterilization, or artificial contraception. I have many pages of notes. I made an audio recording of part of the session. I could give you a blow-by-blow description of everything. | Keep Reading at Leaven for the Loaf

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Phil Kerpen – Tax Reform is a triple victory for the American people

Another special edition of GrokTALK! this time featuring Phil Kerpen from American Commitment. Phil believes that the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law is a triple victory for the American people. | More at GraniteGrok.com

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Police: Student allegedly made threat against Somersworth high school

SOMERSWORTH, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire say a student allegedly threatened to commit a mass shooting at Somersworth High School.

Somersworth police said Tuesday they had received information that the student had threatened he or she was going to “shoot up the school.” |More at APNews NH

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NH officer taking command of ballistic-missile sub

When Manchester Memorial High School’s hockey team won the state championship in 1995, William Filip was a defenseman. Now he’s defending the entire nation.

In a ceremony on Friday, Filip, 40, will take command of the USS Alabama, a ballistic-missile submarine stationed at a naval base in Washington state. *| More at Union Leader.com

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