Daily Archives: February 23, 2018

OP-ED: The Truth No One Wants To Hear

As a mom, I am infuriated by the conversations that keep distracting us from the facts. The conversations that keep pointing out toward some distraction and that keep us from facing the cold, hard, truths.  The truth is that we … Continue reading

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N.H. Center for Public Policy to Shut Its Doors

The New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies announced on Friday that it is closing its doors after 22 years, citing a lack of funding. The Concord-based non-profit produced in-depth reports on a wide range of issues impacting life in … Continue reading

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Bernie Sander’s Son Plotting Run in NH-CD1

Roll Call reports that Levi Sanders is seriously considering a run for Congress in New Hampshire’s first Congressional District.  I’m definitely considering it. I’m excited, motivated and interested in the race,” Sanders told Vice News Thursday. “I’m just dotting my I’s and crossing … Continue reading

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Accountability to Families or the State

Update on House Executive Sessions: Several important school choice bills met their fate in House committees this week with executive sessions scheduled all day Tuesday and Wednesday. Unfortunately, we had mixed results that show some Reps believe accountability is not to … Continue reading

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NH State Rep David Welch (R-Kington) – about as good as Florida Broward Deputy Scot Peterson

Rep. David Welch, R-Kingston, pointed out that the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee he chairs voted 15-5 against the bill.   “If there is an active shooter incident on a college campus with thousands of students, and 100 of them … Continue reading

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The Kurk Decision

The Kurk decision is an important win for people concerned about fiscal sanity and public accountability. We’ve all seen town and school budget officials playing games with default budgets by artificially inflating the number. That makes their proposed budgets look … Continue reading

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Schools Failing to Educate Kids Now Want to Treat Their Mental Health

There’s never a moment in the world of public education that it’s safe to let your guard down. Just when you begin to think the tide is beginning to turn or it can’t get any worse, educational elites dream up … Continue reading

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