Daily Archives: January 15, 2018

The Perils of Postmodern Progressivism

Imagine my shock when I found out that the pussy-hat brigade was planning yet another “woman’s march” to protest the anniversary of the inauguration of our lawfully elected president.  | More at PJ Media H/T GraniteGrok

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Family Profile: A Child with Special Needs Thrives in a Private School

Within two days of sharing his son’s experience, Sasha was blocked from posting or commenting in the group, presumably because the administrators disagree with his opinion regarding educational options for children with special needs and SB 193. His story is … Continue reading

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Family Leave Bill is Tax on Income (HB 628)

Recently HB 628 passed the NH House. It claims to be a Family Leave bill, but it is a tax on income. It requires employers to withhold .5% of employees’ wages. Naturally, it excludes government employees. It has an opt-out provision, for … Continue reading

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‘Whiteness’ workshop draws fire

MANCHESTER — A City Year event being held today to commemorate the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is drawing criticism from some city officials over the subject matter of several workshops — including topics such as … Continue reading

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Legislation will Criminalize Female Genital Mutilation in New Hampshire

On Wednesday, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will hear testimony on House Bill 1739 (HB 1739), AN ACT prohibiting female genital mutilation. The legislation is aimed at ending the horrific practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on girls under 18 years … Continue reading

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School Choice Legislation: Schedule for Week of January 15, 2018

The 2018 session is well underway with a full slate of hearings in multiple committees. We are monitoring several bills and those will include our analysis and recommendations. As a courtesy, we list additional bills and meetings relevant to education … Continue reading

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“You’re not allowed to film me,” says govt. official (Marlborough, NH)

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