Daily Archives: November 15, 2017

ACLU, NAACP Urge UNH to Pick a New President with ‘Record of Fostering Diversity’

Local chapters of the ACLU and the NAACP are asking the University of New Hampshire to emphasize issues of racial diversity and equity in the search for the university’s next president. In an open letter to the presidential search committee, … Continue reading

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Moving Educational Freedom Forward

In a split decision, the House Education Committee passed an amended version of the Education Savings Account bill, SB 193. The 10 to 9 Ought to Pass as Amended (OTP/A) decision saw Democrats and Republicans on both sides of the vote; … Continue reading

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Concord Gets its Day in Northern Pass Court on Thursday

A panel of Concord officials will testify as a group on Thursday at the state Site Evaluation Committee’s hearings on the Northern Pass Transmission Project. Members of the panel have pre-filed testimony and will be cross-examined by the committee, other intervening parties … Continue reading

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Stocking the Toolbox: Get Ready for Next Legislative Session

I recently enjoyed the hospitality of Seacoast pro-lifers who asked me to join Rep. Kurt Wuelper to give a presentation about communicating with legislators. We covered social media, phone calls, letters, and the oldest social medium of all: one-on-one conversation. … Continue reading

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Sexual Misconduct at Phillips Exeter Takes Center Stage Again After Latest Report

According to a new report from The New York Times, police sought to arrest two deans at Phillips Exeter Academy, an elite private boarding school, for failing “to report the alleged sexual assault of a student to the authorities.” But police … Continue reading

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The difference between Libertarians and Statist/Progressive Totalitarians

I’ve copied the full Letter (by Jilletta Jarvis) after the jump if you are so inclined (go ahead, you know you want to!).  What was surprising was not its content but with the vehemence those commenters I would place in the … Continue reading

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New Hampshire adds manufacturing jobs, but trend may be short-lived

Manufacturing jobs are rebounding in New Hampshire, at least in the short term, but the Granite State remains well short of the more than 77,000 such jobs it produced prior to the onset of the 2008 recession. Even so, economists … Continue reading

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