This week on New Hampshire Perspective:
Honor and Remember
A conversation with Gold Star father George Lutz about Honor and Remember, and efforts to further recognize those that have ‘paid the last full measure of devotion’ on our behalf.
Find out more by going to: Honor and Remember
Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST)
What is it, and how would it affect the sovereignty of the United States of America?
We will be joined by one of the leading experts of the topic. Steven Groves.
LOST – Reference material:
Recently Congress attempted to pass legislation protecting babies in the womb from termination based on their sex. Why didn’t it pass?
This is a wonderful poem that was read on the floor of Congress by Iowa Congressman Steve King.
Segment Three: Senator Kelly Ayotte
We are joined by U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte to discuss the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, the drastic cuts to the Defense Budget, and what she is doing about the lack of a federal budget (almost three-years, and counting).
Federal Budget: http://ayotte.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=507
Defense Spending: http://ayotte.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=511
Segment Two: Red Tape Raising – Obama-Era Regulation at the Three-Year Mark
During the first three years of the Obama Administration, 106 new major federal regulations added more than $46 billion per year in new costs for Americans. This is almost four times the number—and more than five times the cost—of the major regulations issued by George W. Bush during his first three years.
We will discuss what all this red tape means with James Gattuso (http://www.heritage.org/about/staff/g/james-gattuso) , of the Heritage Foundation, author of the study ‘Red Tape Raising – Obama-Era Regulation at the Three-Year Mark’ (http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2012/03/red-tape-rising-obama-era-regulation-at-the-three-year-mark)
Segment One: Congressman Steve King
We will be joined by Congressman Steve King, the hardest working man in Congress, and catch up of the policies of the day. Topics:
- Obamacare: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/mar/16/end-obamacare-dont-mend-it/
- The (lack of) a Budget
- The Crisis in Afghanistan
Congressman King’s Congressional page: http://steveking.house.gov/
Congressman King’s page: http://steveking.com/
Join Jeff Chidester every Sunday at Noon for the New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show. This week on NHP:
Segment One: Chris Barron, The Real Red Barron
We are joined by frequent guest Chris Barron (of the Real Red Barron – http://
You have seen Chris on CNBC, MSNBC, Fox and CNN. Topics:
Super Tuesday Results – What do they mean? What next?
Political Messaging 101 (For Republicans): – Keeping their eye on the ball
Segment Two: Congressman Paul Broun
Energy (fun with Secretary of Energy Chu)
The Budget (or lack there-of)
Segment Three: Snowe Retirement – Now What?
With the sudden retirement of Sen. Olympia Snowe, the Senate race has been flipped on its head. But it is not just the Senate race that has been thrown into chaos.
We will talk about the Maine dilemma with Maine political expert, and former 1st Congressional District Candidate (2010), Dean Scontras.
Join Jeff Chidester every Sunday at Noon for the New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show
First Segment: Secret Weapon – Economic Terrorist
During this show we will be discussing how economic terrorism brought down the U.S. Stock Market and it could happen again.
Example of economic terrorism:
Since the EU announced it would embargo Iranian oil come July, the country decided it would fight back by cutting off oil supplies to France and the Netherlands. They also threatened to do the same to Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal.
- How serious is the threat?
- What are the three phrases of the economic attack?
- What are the weapons the terrorist use?
- How would the next financial attack affect every day Americans”
Segment Two: U.S Energy Policy: Congressman Cory Gardner
We are joined by Congressman Cory Gardner, who sits on the following House Committees
Subcommittee on Energy and Power
Subcommittee on Environment and Economy
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
Congressman Gardner will be discussing the failed Obama energy policies.
Segments Three: Gun Rights in NH, Alegie Energy, and Act of Valor
Its Round-table Time!
Regular panelist: Charlie Arlinghaus (Josiah Bartlett) and Rick Faberzio (Managing Editor – Portsmouth Herald)
Guest: Amelia Chasse, journalist, NH Journal and WGIR-AM contributor, new media strategy expert
Possible mentions: Redistricting
- President’s budget
- Presidential Race: Is it Santorum’s turn? What if Romney loses or has a poor showing in Michigan ? What happen in Maine?
- Birth Control, Religion and Politics (everything you are not supposed to talk about at a dinner party): Kona and Planned Parenthood, and Obama versus Religious Freedom
- Politics and Sports: Tim Thomas – Refused to meet with President Obama and political Facebook postings
- Now that the Patriots season is over…..How ‘bout them Red Sox!
This week on the New Hampshire Perspective Radio Show:
Segment One: NH House – Legislative Updates Part One
We are joined by NH House Representative Brian Murphy upcoming legislation
Segment Two: NH House – Legislative Updates Part Two
We are joined by NH House Representative David Bates to discuss HB 437 – Relative to the definition of marriage
Rep. Bates talks about the misconceptions surrounding HB 437 and the legislative process supporting the initiative.
This week on New Hampshire Perspective we talk about the issue gambling in New Hampshire.
We are joined by former-NH State Senator, Jim Ruben, Granite State Coalition Against Expanded Gambling . Topics:
1. The 3 ‘C’s” of Gambling Cannibalism, Crime, Corruption
2. The true impact on New Hampshire
3. 30 proven negative effects of gambling
4. Pending legislation
“For wherever tyranny is established, immorality of every kind comes in like a torrent. It is in the interest of tyrants to reduce the people to ignorance and vice. For they cannot live in any country where virtue and knowledge prevail. The religion and public liberty of a people are intimately connected; their interest are interwoven, they cannot subsist separately; and therefore they rise and fall together. – Sam Adams”
Busy show this week, with three great guest:
Segment One: Voter Fraud
We are joined by Ed Naile, Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers (http://www.cnht.org/), to discuss the real issue of voter fraud. Ed and his group have been at the forefront of this issue for over a decade.
Segment Two: Concord Update with AFP
We are joined Corey Lewandowski, NH State Director for AFP – Americans for Prosperity (http://
CACR 6: Supermajority Requirement to Increase Taxes and Issue State Bonds – http://www.votesmart.org/
CACR13: Relating to prohibiting any new tax on personal income (http://www.nhliberty.org/
HB 648: Eminent Domain (http://
Segment Three: The Healthcare Compact in New Hampshire
We are joined by healthcare advocate Matt Murphy. The Healthcare Compact is an effort by local citizens to help return control over our healthcare issues back to the State.
There will be a hearing on Tuesday, January 24, 2012. Citizens are invited to attend, testify, and are encourage to contact the legislators.
Find out more at: http://
This week of New Hampshire Perspective
Segment One: 2012 March for Life – New Hampshire Right to Life
Segment Two: NH Primary and US Politics
We are joined by former-NH GO Chairman and 2012 Candidate for NH Governor Jack Kimball. Topics
- Preview the 2012 NH Primary
- Recent Jobless Report – Unemployment in U.S.
- Obama’s ‘Recess’ Appointments