Daily Archives: March 28, 2017

Could Oil Prices Remain Stable for Years to Come?

With America’s resurgence of energy infrastructure, oil shocks could be a thing of the past. To sum up, oil prices stand neither to go up or down but remain steady, and that’s a good thing. More reliable petroleum delivery routes … Continue reading

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Stop the Presses! Shaheen & Hassan Say No to Gorsuch

McConnell said he’d launch the nuclear option to seat Gorsuch. Senate Democrats, including Shaheen, set a precedent. Remember that when this posturing turns into whining. WASHINGTON — Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, D-NH, both announced Tuesday they would vote … Continue reading

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Fetal Homicide Bill Hearing Due in NH House

SB 66 Passed the State Senate and is now in the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee in the New Hampshire House. If you want to see fetal homicide legislation pass in New Hampshire this year, you might want to … Continue reading

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NH: More questions for child abuse fatalities commission

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How About Repeal Without The Replace?

This is what I’m talking about. One Page to undo it all. “Effective as of December 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111–148) is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are … Continue reading

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Tracing the Origins of Today’s Education

This actually is about the children. The following excerpt from the Congressional Record neatly summarizes and exposes the origins and intents of OBE, STW, and Goals 2000. Mr. Speaker, no one doubts that education is a vital importance to our … Continue reading

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Creating Distrust, Ceding Liberty

There is a bigger problem than who was spying on who and why. It is that the U.S. government appears to be spying on everyone all the time. All of these things appear to be in direct violation of the … Continue reading

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New Transportation Options Available in the Lebanon-Hanover Area

Need a ride? Uber is open for business (officially) in Lebanon and Hanover New Hampshire. People in the Lebanon-Hanover area have a couple of new options when it comes to hailing a cab. Uber officially launched in the area Monday, … Continue reading

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Sen. Pres. Chuck Morse and UNH Pres. Mark Huddleston Walk Into a High School

If you’re serious about making college more affordable, charge less. SALEM, N.H. — Senate President Chuck Morse and University of New Hampshire President Mark Huddleston joined forces Monday to encourage Salem High students to go to college, but offered few … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Jobs American’s Wont Do?

The Concord Monitor milks the narrative. Their long hours of milking, cleaning the parlor, breeding cows and herding the animals are an essential part of how milk makes it into New Hampshire’s grocery stores. But those farm laborers – often … Continue reading

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