It has dawned on Democratic Party bosses that the “best way to move forward” on the matter of killing New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary is to delay the execution until after this fall’s mid-term elections.

No doubt some color returned to Maggie Hassan’s cheeks after she heard the news over the weekend. Her chances of retaining her U.S. Senate seat are slim enough as is. Having her party take away the primary now would probably seal her fate.

Sunday, March 26, 2023
Friday, March 24, 2023

The headline read that Mayor Jim Donchess is “bullish” on Nashua’s future. One could argue, though, that when it comes to his flowery talk of commuter rail to Boston, “bullish” is not quite the right word.

And this week’s winner for tasteless public statement goes to Rep. Timothy Cahill (R-Raymond). But the week isn’t quite over.

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

New Hampshire government, state as well as local, is spending entirely too much of the public’s money on items and programs that are “wants” as opposed to “needs.” This can’t be sustained without a big bill coming due sooner or later that will require new and onerous taxes.

Sunday, March 19, 2023

No school should withhold information from parents about a child because the school thinks it knows that child’s interests better than the parents.”

There has been some speculation as to how or if we would react to Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig’s news last week that she won’t seek reelection this year.

Superior Court Judge Will Delker, participating in a Sunshine Week forum the other evening, was asked what made him optimistic about New Hampshire when it comes to protecting the people’s right to know.