Daily Archives: October 22, 2017

Shaheen, Hassan Should Explain Vote to Keep State and Local Tax Deduction

CONCORD — U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan should explain why they voted against ending the federal tax deduction for state and local taxes, which aids high-tax states at the expense of New Hampshire, Andrew Cline, interim president of … Continue reading

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Song Explores A Post-Abortive Father’s Point Of View

This song, “Here with Jesus,” was written from a father’s point of view after suffering the loss of his aborted child. The inspiration comes from his own loss of his first daughter, who died from complications just two days after … Continue reading

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New Hampshire governor all in on White House ‘Cut the red tape’ initiative

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is a big fan of President Donald Trump’s deregulation initiative. The Granite State governor is such a fan, in fact, that he and a specially appointed committee are in the midst of their own broad-based deregulation … Continue reading

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A Curfew For Men?

While I have no idea whether this is a tongue-in-cheek proposal (something I think that is likely) or the real thing makes no difference. It’s a totally unworkable and unenforceable idea. The proposal? A 9PM curfew for men. The question many … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Hassan Administration Fallout Continues

Current Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut estimates $3 million could be at risk, and says he’s corrected the way the state accounts for the grant money. Accepting money from the federal government always comes with strings attached. If Uncle Sam is … Continue reading

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Lawmakers endorse bill to legalize retail pot sales

A commission to study the legalization, regulation, and taxation of marijuana in New Hampshire held its first meeting last week with considerable fanfare, even though not much happened. More substantive action on the marijuana front was taken just a few days … Continue reading

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Bitcoin Surpasses $100 BILLION Total Value, Despite Looming Schisms

It has been a crazy last year for Bitcoin, for better or for worse. One year ago this month, Bitcoin’s “market cap”, the total global value of all the bitcoins in existence, was at 10 billion dollars. This week, after … Continue reading

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