IN NEW HAMPSHIRE and nationwide, Americans see the devastating consequences of Democrats’ defund the police policies on full display.
Tuesday, July 20, 2021
ONE OF the hardest parts of social distancing through COVID-19 was missing community events and opportunities to connect with friends and neighbors. The Nick Carey 3v3 Basketball Tournament in Manchester has been one of my favorite events over the past decade. It was cancelled last summer du…
Monday, July 19, 2021
WHAT SHOULD be a time to celebrate the most fiscally conservative budget to ever pass through the New Hampshire House, I find myself disappointed to have to call out misleading if not blatant lies put out by House Democrats. It is no surprise that my Democratic counterparts tried to justify …
THE COVID virus caused illness, death and economic hardship, it was well beyond the inconvenience of masks and one-way aisles in supermarkets. Hospitals postponed elective procedures, schools and daycare centers closed as social distancing limited their in-person capacity. Everyone searched …
Sunday, July 18, 2021
SENATE DEMOCRATS have apparently set a $3.5 trillion spending target for the budget reconciliation bill they plan to pass this fall. The battle to come will likely shape American politics for years no matter how it turns out.
Friday, July 16, 2021
IN MARCH of this year, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan Act, providing direct financial relief to communities impacted by COVID-19.
Thursday, July 15, 2021
IN MAY, the news broke that all graduating New Hampshire high school seniors, including homeschool and HiSET students, would be gifted a free three-credit course at any of New Hampshire’s Community Colleges this fall. This generous gift was made possible by the New Hampshire Charitable Found…
OUR REPUBLICAN colleagues in the New Hampshire House recently wrote a letter to the editor congratulating themselves for a historic state budget. They are correct that it is a historic budget; it is possibly the most politically extreme budget in our state’s history that does great damage to…
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
NEW HAMPSHIRE’s six-year run of business tax cuts should have made the state’s corporate income tax rate the second-lowest in New England. But a funny thing happened along the way. New Hampshire was joined by an unexpected rival.
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
WHEN I served in combat in Iraq, I knew I was doing the right thing — fighting for freedom, both for Iraqi civilians and for the folks at home. Back then, I never would have thought we’d have to fight so hard for our freedoms — including the freedom to start and grow a business absent untowa…
RECENTLY, a series of pieces have been released by Senate President Chuck Morse and Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley expounding on the virtues of the Republican budget passed earlier this summer. The budget, wrought with divisive policy issues, was signed by Governor Chris Sununu in a priv…
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