Will we be sheep, or fight radical Islam?

“…the battle for American freedom was begun by the thousands of farmers and tradesmen who made up the Minute Men, citizens who were ready to defend their liberty at a Continue Reading →

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Jeff Chidester Endorses Chris Christie for President

Proud to join Team Christie   Becomes 100th member of Christie’s New Hampshire Leadership Team For Immediate Release:  Wednesday, November 18, 2015 MORRISTOWN, NJ – Following Governor Christie’s strong performance Continue Reading →

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What Next For The Portmouth Police Department?

NOTE: This is the un-edited version of my weekly article. Due to space concerations, the article that appeared in the Portsmouth Herald had to be trimmed.   Over the next Continue Reading →

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Hassan Wrong On Sanctuary Cities

When we wake up each morning, a vast majority of us go about our daily lives obeying the laws of our community, and we expect the same from our neighbors Continue Reading →

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Iran Deal Is Bad But It Is Our Deal

In Washington, D.C., the rules of reality are in a perpetual state of flux. Language is bent to fit the dogmatic necessity of the day. Such is the case with Continue Reading →

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Birthright Citizenship and the 14th Amendment

“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.” – 14th Amendment Continue Reading →

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Distractions Anchored in Political Correctness

The New Hampshire First in the Nation Primary has taken another detour into the land of the absurd this past week. As the unimaginative within the press core and political Continue Reading →

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Hassan Failing State On Opiate Crisis

Occasionally, I review past articles to see how they have stood the test of time. This is less an exercise in affirmation, and more about keeping me honest. In my Continue Reading →

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Drawing The Prophet Is Not Offensive

The Bills of Rights, the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution, are the very essence of individual liberty. Each is vital, one no more important than the other. The Continue Reading →

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Common Sense Voting Laws Are Needed In NH

In politics there is always room for common ground, but in some cases there is very little will for people to make the journey. On the issue of election integrity Continue Reading →

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