Gov. Chris Sununu is pro-abortion but not sufficiently so for the New Hampshire Democratic Party — “sufficiently” defined as sanctioning the taking of innocent human life right up to the moment the baby’s head is crowning.

But even if he were to embrace the most radical of pro-abortion stands, it wouldn’t suffice. He is a Republican, one who may well challenge incumbent U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan (does she draw the abortion line anywhere?). Sununu’s position on abortion really doesn’t matter.

In fact, that position hasn’t changed. As he repeated last week, he opposes late-term abortions. In that, he is in tune with the laws of almost all the states in the union. He believes that is where New Hampshire should be and it is why he said he wouldn’t reject a state budget bill that includes such a ban.

Our opposition to Sununu in his first gubernatorial primary run came down to him not being pro-life. So, governor, how are things going for you in the “pro-choice” camp these days?

Friday, June 18, 2021

The latest wrong thing being done in Washington is the Biden administration decision this week to help biological men invade the world of women’s sports.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The City of Nashua made news, and noise, in a couple of respects last week. One had the local politicians in an uproar because a tax cap protecting citizens was reinstated by the Legislature. The other had some citizens, and police, concerned about letting City Hall, rather than Concord, dec…

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic we have maintained that Gov. Chris Sununu handled the emergency superbly. That is why New Hampshire weathered the crisis well relative to most other states. It is also why the voters overwhelmingly returned the young governor to office last November.

In an opinion piece for this weekend’s Sunday News, state Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut makes the case for the passage of legislation regarding what should and shouldn’t be taught in our schools relative to race and discrimination. We recommend his piece to readers. We urge legisl…

Friday, June 11, 2021
Wednesday, June 09, 2021

The punishment (and attendant reeducation) of two Bedford police officers may have been a bit harsh for their offense but that’s difficult to determine. In fact, Chief John Bryfonski has not shed much light on l’affaire TikTok, in which two of his men using the video social platform apparent…

Columnist George Will had a nice turn of phrase last week for what New Hampshire’s congressional delegation and Democrats nationally are up to with their attempt to nationalize elections. Will says it “reflects an appetite for constitutional vandalism.”

Sunday, June 06, 2021