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Each of us is more than the worst…

HB138-FN, allowing prisoners serving life sentences to be eligible for parole after 25 years, is currently before the House for an April 9 vote. This bill is by no means a get-out-of-jail-free card. It merely provides an opportunity for select individuals to be heard, to plead their case ...

They’re pulling the wool over our eyes

Our devious New Hampshire legislative leadership has written a very disturbing, hidden a gag order on free speech for us. It comes in the form of an amendment to the State budget, from House Bill 544. The hidden amendment number is 2021-0 925h. This amendment would ban state agencies, K-12 ...

State parks still need protection

Next week the New Hampshire House of Representatives will be voting on a bill to protect state parks from encroachment by landfill developers. The bill, HB 1319, would create a two-mile buffer around state parks, to protect all state parks from odors, scavengers animals, water contamination and ...

Where’s your outrage?

To all my liberal friends, where is the outrage with the events at the border? President Joe Biden invited millions to come, and now they are here crossing the border by the thousands. Guess since you aren’t affected, you are sitting drinking your coffee oblivious to the boarder states ...

Another epidemic

A year ago, I wondered whether someone close to me would die of COVID-19. I heard of friends of friends taken by this disease, but no one close. And then, last September, a beloved uncle died in the ambulance on his way to the hospital. We face another public health epidemic: gun violence. ...

A win-win climate solution

The United States is ready to take action on climate change. The remaining question is: how exactly will this be done? Now is the time to send in your input! Please ask your Congressmen to support Carbon Fee and Dividend legislation, since it is a win-win for the climate and for citizens. This ...