Daily Archives: December 7, 2017


Rep. Dan Hynes is sponsoring a 2018 bill to lower the drinking age to twenty years-old. Like all other states, New Hampshire allows adults to legally consume alcohol at age twenty-one. Unlike some other states, New Hampshire does not have any exceptions … Continue reading

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Will Education Savings Accounts Decimate Public Schools?

Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) will not decimate public school budgets, a report released today by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy shows. In fact, even using a high average cost for each ESA and a high ESA take up … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood is a business that preys on distressed people, destroying their children, using a circular business model. Business is Business It has been my experience and long held opinion that any business model should include retention of customers and … Continue reading

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Metzler Wants to Shed 81.5 Jobs. Is he wrong?

In response to a board request to keep the budget flat and reduce it by our regular surplus, Superintendent Metzler has suggested laying off 20 support staff, 11.5 administrators and 25-50 members of the Timberlane Teachers’ Association.  That is a … Continue reading

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Negron rolls out congressional campaign steering committee

INITIAL ROLLOUT. Republican 2nd District Congressional candidate Steve Negron will begin to roll out his campaign steering committee Thursday with 11 conservative lawmakers and grassroots activists. Negron’s camp says the list will grow in the coming weeks and months. The candidate … Continue reading

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MPR News Reports Democratic Sen. Al Franken Will Resign

Some breaking news from Minnesota tonight. Minnesota Public Radio News reports that Senator Al Franken will announce his resignation from the Senate tomorrow. His decision comes after at least 30 Senate Democrats, including leader Chuck Schumer, today called on Franken … Continue reading

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Domicile Defined: Every v. Madison 1984

Having a domicile, which is what is required to vote in the NH Constitution, is a matter of facts. The facts in this case show overwhelmingly that the Every Family was domiciled in NH when the Town of MADISON tried … Continue reading

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