The culture question will continue to dominate our discussion as we work our way through why a troubled kid shot up a school. But Democrat-Progressive policy may have some part to play as well. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok
Well, tonite is the night that Rob Breton, Dennis Senibaldi, and Keleigh McAllister will be facing the music – and probably not tunes they wish to listen to. And elections are coming up, to boot! Since I can’t be there, I did write down some ideas on the JBAB policy (“Transgender Bathroom bill for Windham Schools”) and applied what should be our MOST fundamental Law concerning what they are foisting upon the good folk of Windham. That, of course, would be both the US and NH Constitutions. | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Senate has rejected a bill that sought to mandate the state devote 5 percent of profits from liquor sales to alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs.
While state law already specifies that 5 percent of liquor profits should be set aside for such programs, the actual amount has fallen short. | More at APNews.com
While the professional left and their collectivist herd bleat and low about the government watchdogs that failed again having more power to watch over this or that, the political Right is having an increasingly constructive discussion about how we got here from there. | Read More at GraniteGrok.com
Kimberly Morin is back to talk about how the predictable rantings of liberal hoplophobes and their obsession with their own destructive political agenda make a serious conversation about mental health and violence impossible. | More at GraniteGrok.com
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — A judge will consider a request to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a New Hampshire law that requires voters who move to the state within 30 days of an election provide proof that they intend to stay.
The state Democratic Party and the League of Women filed lawsuits against the state last year, saying the law was confusing, unnecessary and intimidating. |More at US News
If the revelations of last Thursday night’s public comment leave you complacent about the goodwill of SAU 55, this may push you over the edge. Below is an email sent to school board members tonight from a singularly articulate and witty NH resident. |Read More at timberlaneandsandown