No Right to be Offended

Up until this point I have tried to obey a series of self-imposed rules when writing this column. One was that I would not criticize or (overly) praise a fellow Continue Reading →

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Looking Beyond our Perceptions to Find Solutions

No one wants to rid the world of violence more than me and I have no doubt some of you reading this article have thought or said aloud that very Continue Reading →

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Start with Enforcing Existing Gun Laws (3 of 3)

How many laws will it take to stop the illegal use of firearms? Some believe the answer is “just one more.” We have so many laws and regulations now, no Continue Reading →

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NH Dems Shouldn’t be Hypocrites over Maura Sullivan

New Hampshirites are seasoned voters. We do not need a major league sports team because politics is our state pastime. Our general elections are our title games, candidates are our Continue Reading →

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Robert Mueller, an American Hero, Deserves Our Trust

In 1770, Founding Father and a future President of the US John Adams stood in a Boston courtroom, and for a brief period in time he was one of the Continue Reading →

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Standing Firm Outside the Public Mob

For those of you that follow me on social media, you know I post on a variety of things, but mostly I write and post on government affairs. Sarcasm and Continue Reading →

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Echo Chamber Advances Transgender Policies

I am often the “lone voice in the wilderness” in this publication, surrounded by an echo chamber that often stifles a truly holistic approach to dealing with issues. On the Continue Reading →

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Byron York: When did Trump-Russia probe begin? Investigators focus on mystery months

Good question…….   Source: Byron York: When did Trump-Russia probe begin? Investigators focus on mystery months

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Secretary of State not a Lifetime Appointment

One of the favorite things my father used to say was “the cemetery is filled with indispensable people.” For the longest time I thought this was an original thought on Continue Reading →

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D.C.’s Fiscal Insanity Reaches a New Low

On the evening of Feb. 8, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky., took to the Senate floor in defiance of the 2018 spending bill that was allegedly being debated. This country is Continue Reading →

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