Our Veterans Deserve Better Care And Respect

Last week an extraordinary gathering occurred in Portsmouth, one that exemplifies the true meaning of Veterans Day, and one that each of us should strive for when honoring those who 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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The Truth About Planned Parenthood and Budget Battle

Every election the battle cry from both sides of the political spectrum goes out: “Don’t talk about the social issues!” Every election we eventually find ourselves embroiled in a conversation 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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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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NH Primary: Reject Proposals To Limit Candidates In Debates

This past week the Republican National Committee announced its preliminary debate rules for the 2016 Presidential election. The RNC wants the networks to limit the number of contenders on the Continue Reading →

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Political Agitators Serve To Distract

Over the past couple of weeks, discussions involving both the federal and state budget got under way. As expected, the incessant cackle from politicians, lobbyists and the “special interest groups,” Continue Reading →

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Opposing Bad Iran Treaty Doesn’t Make Senators Traitors

“Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.” – Groucho Marx Last week, 47 members of Congress sent a Continue Reading →

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