‘Tokenism’? Democrats Slight First African-American Candidate For NH Ed Board

For those of you who may not be aware, the first-ever African-American candidate for the New Hampshire State Board of Education, Ryan Terrell, was rejected by the state Executive Council Continue Reading →

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Shame On Those Doing The Shaming

“You should socially shame them, so they fall in line.” – Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Jorge Elorza Like many of you I have found myself embroiled in numerous discussions regarding Continue Reading →

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Vote Your Heart and Mind in NH Primary

So, what is your plan for the New Hampshire primary this Tuesday? Are you thinking strategic or tactical? Or are the “bilities” swirling around in your head: winnability, viability, likeability Continue Reading →

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America Is Insolvent, Broke, Deep Into The Red

What would you do If someone came knocking on your door and demanded that you pay them $291,000? Worse still, what if this same person said that, based on the Continue Reading →

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Goal for 2020 is Abundantly Confusing

Someone recently asked me if I knew the difference between socialism and democratic-socialism. I quickly replied one has more letters. They did not appreciate what they believed was sarcasm. Although Continue Reading →

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Tax-and-Spend Principles do Harm

There are times I wish our Founding Fathers had the foresight to insert the phrase “First do no harm” somewhere near the beginning of our Constitution. It is a phrase Continue Reading →

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D.C. is the Definition of Insanity

How many times have you heard someone say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results? Of course, that is not the Continue Reading →

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Reality TV Takes Over D.C.

The greatest reality TV on the air right now is “The Real Nincompoops of D.C.,” also known as our federal government. Sometimes we find ourselves in a place where there Continue Reading →

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Governing by ‘Accident’ or by ‘Force’

“It has been frequently remarked that it seems to have been reserved to the people of this country, by their conduct and example, to decide the important question, whether societies 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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