Daily Archives: January 17, 2018
‘Meritocracy’ is White Supremacy
Do you contribute to white supremacy? If you’re white you do. Yes, you do stop it. If you’re not white but let white people get away with “it,” you are part of the problem as well. To assist us with … Continue reading
House bill seeks to cut real estate transfer tax
Cutting New Hampshire’s real estate transfer tax “would put more money in the hands of the sellers and buyers” without reducing state revenues, according to Rep. Brian Chirichiello, R-Derry, who testified Tuesday before the House Ways and Means Committee, ignoring … Continue reading
The Paint Tax is back: Bad ideas never die
Last week, the Senate Ways and Means Committee held a hearing on Sen. Lou D’Allesandro’s attempt to revive the ill-fated Canoe Tax. Today, the Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee is scheduled to take up Feltes’ bill tp bring back … Continue reading
Keene State College Enrollment Problem Solved?
Keene State College has been running deficits. Budget cuts are an annual feature as enrollment declines. But the State University System is coming to the rescue. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok.com
Yes, Government CAN Confiscate Your Gun (Without a Warrant)
Many conservatives and libertarians in the US are optimistic about the American tradition of gun ownership and the 2nd amendment upon which it is predicated, and by which it is guaranteed. Many don’t understand, however, that the 2nd amendment no … Continue reading
Tales from the BudComm – that single word is exploitable.
There are a number of issues with this word, contract, and how it plays into not only the Default Budget (which, in SB2 governed towns, it is the budget that gets put into place if the PROPOSED budget is shot … Continue reading
Cornerstone: Early House Action, 2018: Mixed Results
In the first floor sessions of 2018, the New Hampshire House approved a bill to establish education savings accounts but killed an abortion statistics bill. In a pair of dramatic votes that each required a tiebreaking vote by Speaker of … Continue reading