Encouraging All to See ‘The Heroin Effect’

In the land of heroin addiction every step could be your last. However, what if the next step is away from the abyss, the metaphoric step back from the edge? Continue Reading →

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N.H. DCYF’S Accountability Sorely Lacking

Every day most of us try to hold ourselves or our direct wards whether they be family or peers accountable for our actions. We are told “To err is human, Continue Reading →

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Shaheen, Hassan, and Hollywood follies

Last week we were blessed with two seemingly different events, the Oscars telecast and the so-called town hall sponsored by NH Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan. In reality, each Continue Reading →

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Edelblut Well Qualified to Lead Dept. of Education

“To provide educational leadership and services which promote equal educational opportunities and quality practices and programs that enable New Hampshire residents to become fully productive members of society.” – Mission Continue Reading →

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NH’s $66M Budget Sink Hole Did Not Suddenly Appear

We have all seen it, the “news alert” flashing across our TV screens informing of us of a breaking story. The news reporter pops on the screen, standing in front Continue Reading →

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A Dangerous Abuse Of Eminent Domain

NH State Constitution – Article 2 – Natural Rights – All men have certain natural, essential, and inherent rights – among which are, the enjoying and defending life and liberty; Continue Reading →

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Obamacare is a Clear Failure

Sometimes a simple word like “failure” can be redefined to suit a particular person’s point of view. It is not that the definition has changed, merely adjusted to meet the Continue Reading →

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Gov. Hassan Unqualified for U.S. Senate

In the business world there is a concept called the “Peter Principle.” Most of us have heard of it and many have witnessed it. The Peter Principle promotes the idea Continue Reading →

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Transgender Debate Creates Conflict

Have you ever noticed that commonsense often gets lost in the aggressive vacuum of political correctness? Should you resist the bellicose cries from these social justice warriors, you are often Continue Reading →

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NH Can Lead In Better Caring For Vets

Occasionally I write a column that strikes a nerve. Such is the case with my last column on veterans care (http://tinyurl.com/hcafs65). I received numerous emails and phone calls not only Continue Reading →

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