Daily Archives: January 11, 2018

Green Prevails at State Board of Education

Today the New Hampshire State Board of Education took jurisdiction over the matter of my complaint concerning SAU 55.  Further, they ordered SAU 55’s board to hold a “fact-finding” public hearing.  The vote was 3-1-1.  SBOE member, Bill Duncan was … Continue reading

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Women’s March Ditching Pussyhats Cuz of “Men”

The pink hand-knitted tea-cozy market is about to get flooded. Women’s March organizers are moving away from the iconic “pussyhat” because it may be offensive to trans women who don’t have female genitalia. Just so we are clear, the Women’s March wants … Continue reading

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A Difference of Opinion

Every now and then, I draft a post and then sit on it overnight. That’s usually when I’m really worked up over something. Twelve hours later, do I still feel the same way? If the answer’s Yes, I hit “send.” … Continue reading

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Homeschool Freedom Threatened

HB 1263, the bill that would reinstate the annual reporting requirements of all homeschoolers has a public hearing scheduled for Thursday, January 25th at 1:00pm before the House Education Committee. The hearing is scheduled in room 207 of the Legislative Office Building (LOB), but … Continue reading

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NH House: It’s Acceptable for State Reps to Assault Election Volunteers

Yesterday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives took a vote on whether or not to send the case of State Representative Katherine Rogers (D-Concord) to the Legislative Administration Committee in order to reprimand her for committing physical assault on a … Continue reading

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Darlene Pawlik: What is Human Trafficking

n the simplest terms, human trafficking is the exploitation of a person for the purpose of forced labor, sexual exploitation or obtaining their organs, for the benefit of another whether by force, fraud or coercion. The exploitation of others has … Continue reading

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The Timberlane Teachers’ Union Cares

School Board members arrived at their seats on Dec. 21 to find a letter from the Timberlane Teachers Association on top of their agenda material. To my knowledge, this has not been previously published.  I obtained it a few days … Continue reading

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