Daily Archives: February 25, 2018

House Passes Bill to Allow Entertainers to Drink Alcohol

ONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire House has passed legislation that would allow workers to drink on the job, in very limited circumstances. The bill was approved Thursday. It would allow entertainers and dancers in establishments that serve alcoholic beverages to … Continue reading

Posted in Legislation | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Official Budget Committee,Understanding the Process!

I think that we all agree the operating budget is probably a municipality and a school district’s most important work product. A budget that is approved by the legislative body, is the legal document that gives our governing body officials … Continue reading

Posted in Budgets, Debt/Spending, Local NH Politics | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Words with ‘Man’ Should be Avoided

Purdue University has an online writing and grammar resource that tells students to avoid using words with ‘man’ in them because such terms are sexist. But based on the reporting at Campus Reform, I don’t think they’ve quite got the hang of … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Education, Progressives | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Second Board of Education Decision Favorable to Green

In the long saga that is my complaint to the NH Board of Education concerning the hiring and salary setting practices of SAU 55, there approaches a happy ending though you may not yet recognize it.  Even Superintendent Metzler does … Continue reading

Posted in Donna Green, Education | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

A long quote on the heart of Liberalism and why they hate us

Do they really hate ordinary people that much? Yes, they do.  For liberals, the distinction between the “dumb masses” and their enlightened selves renders life meaningful.  Disdain for ordinary folks is not just an ancillary trait of liberalism.  It is … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

By hook or by crook: Volinsky wants broadbase tax

Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky wants a broadbased tax, any way he can get it. The man who brought us the education-funding lawsuits that caused much public spending without improving public education is now after the New Hampshire State Liquor Commission. … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats, Progressives, taxes | Tagged , , | Leave a comment