Daily Archives: October 23, 2017


CONCORD- House Majority Leader Richard Hinch (R-Merrimack) released the following statement in reaction to legislative service requests by New Hampshire House Democrats seeking to establish and/or study single payor health care plans in the state. “This past weekend, we had … Continue reading

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In Merrimack, Homework No Longer Counts as a Graded Assignment

There is a growing debate in New Hampshire and nationally about the value of homework, and educators are responding. Merrimack School District implemented a new homework protocol at the beginning of this school year. Teachers can still assign practice homework, but … Continue reading

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You Can’t Defend Free Speech Without Challenging Social Justice Curriculum

This morning on ‘No Safe Spaces’ Rich Girard and I began with a recent article from The New Hampshire (TNH), the UNH Student Newspaper. Executive Editor Colleen Irvine does a nice job of pointing out to students on Campus that the first … Continue reading

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Economy is clicking: Innovation is faster than government

The private sector often moves too fast for government to keep up. That’s a good thing. We certainly wouldn’t want to slow down businesses by limiting their rate of innovation to the public sector. But that can lead to gaps … Continue reading

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Our friends at Firm B (Eversource) have some ‘splaining to do

New Hampshire uses about 9 percent of New England’s electricity. So, if a couple of rogue utilities pulled some sneaky tricks over three years that caused wholesale electricity prices in New England to be $3.6 billion higher than they should … Continue reading

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Catalonia crisis: NHexit.com intervenes! Sort of.

There’s this idea I’ve long championed that activism should be focused like a laser on NH, and most anything else is going “off mission.” But the explosion of “secession springs” around the world gives us a chance to promote the … Continue reading

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On Air News Read for October 23, 2017

The Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee of the New Hampshire General Court has approved asking the federal government for a waiver that will allow the state to impose a work requirement on able bodied recipients of the taxpayer provided health insurance … Continue reading

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