Beware the “bipartisan” as defined by President Joe Biden, the Washington politicians, and their media echo chamber.

Just because big spenders of taxpayer money come from both political parties doesn’t make everything right. Witness the mind-numbing $1 TRILLION infrastructure bill that Biden came to New Hampshire Tuesday to celebrate.

The bigger the spend, the more waste there will be. But that kind of horror story won’t emerge for awhile, if at all. Meanwhile, give yourself a nickel for every time our congressional delegation mouths the term “bipartisan” between now and next election day.

Worthy of note here is that U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, a true profile in political courage, voted against the infrastructure big spend. That won’t stop Trump wingnuts from continuing to condemn her, but it is indicative of what a true conservative looks like these days.

Sunday, December 05, 2021

Taxpayers in the Exeter School District will want to watch how their money is being spent to defend a lawsuit filed by a freshman at Exeter High. He is the boy who was suspended from the football team for a game because he declined to use “non-binary gender identity” in referring to other st…

Friday, December 03, 2021

If you ever met UNH football coach Sean McDonnell, you knew he was and is the real deal. He is a genuine, down-to-earth fellow whose enthusiasm for his job and his university couldn’t help but rub off on his athletes, their families, and the student body.

Wednesday, December 01, 2021
Sunday, November 28, 2021

Have WMUR-TV and NH Public Radio caved to the wishes/demands/broadsides of Democratic shills and others who complain that New Hampshire’s governor shouldn’t be getting air time to impart COVID-19 information to the public?

The day after last week’s anniversary of the JFK assassination came an even lesser acknowledged calendar item. Nov. 23, 1804, was the birthday of Franklin Pierce, New Hampshire’s only U.S. President (to date, Gov. Sununu, to date).

Ahh, the glorious sights and sounds of late autumn in New Hampshire. The sights include the lawn signs demanding climate action NOW. The sounds, from dawn to dusk, include those coming from the leaf-blowing machines that attempt to defeat Mother Nature at her own game. Often, the same lawns …

Friday, November 26, 2021

If you are of a certain age, Thanksgiving is a reminder of a sad and solemn anniversary. On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.