Daily Archives: January 12, 2018
Anti-Fascist Antifa Can’t Define Fascism
I forgot about these morons while on hiatus bathing in the warmth and the sun with good company and cocktails. But now that I’m back and settling into the groove, I’m reminded that we’re surrounded by misguided, ignorant hyperventilating morons. … Continue reading
Michelle Levell: Empower Families with Opportunities
Please join families across the state to support SB 193, a bill that will empower families with more opportunities for their children’s education. Please consider testifying before the committee. This is the best opportunity for the legislature to hear from you, … Continue reading
If that’s not who we are, then who are we?
How is it that a political party once deeply concerned by illegal immigration now does everything it can to encourage it? Democrats across the country have established sanctuary cities, inviting more illegal aliens and sheltering them from deportation. | More … Continue reading
NH Woman Flashed Uber Driver During Louisiana Robbery
HARAHAN, LA — Two former Granite Staters are in trouble with the law in Louisiana after they allegedly robbed an Uber driver, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayunne. Rayna Fillios, 22, was arrested on Jan. 6, 2018, for being a principal … Continue reading
Quick Thought – this is goodness, Gov. Chris!
The governor and GOP leadership want to make it easier to get occupational licenses in fields ranging from athletic trainer to well pump installer, with a bill to create an agency with oversight of occupational licensing, now handled by a … Continue reading
The High Cost Of Medical Marijuana Causes Pain In Vermont
Recent scientific reviews have found substantial evidence that marijuana can be useful in easing at least some types of chronic pain. Yet even for the majority of Americans who live in states that have legalized medical marijuana, choosing opioids can be much cheaper. … Continue reading
NH House bill would bar salary history question
Employers would not be able to ask a job applicant how much he or she was paid in the past, but the applicant could volunteer that information, if a proposed bill introduced last week in the NH House becomes law. | … Continue reading