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Rejection

Apparently an insurrection to overthrow the US Government, derail the 200+ year tradition of peaceful transition of power, murder elected officials, steal an election and riot against the Capitol police isn’t sufficient grounds to have a bipartisan investigative commission? Why? Because the ...

All eyes on Senate

The recent 252-175 bipartisan House vote – 35 Republicans voted yea – was expected and extremely welcome, but the 50-50 Senate will once again provide sturdy opposition to forming the January 6th investigative commission. The last thing most GOP pols in Washington want is the evil spectre ...

STEP Act is a bad deal

Since the early days of President Joe Biden’s tenure in office, he has promised to revitalize the U.S. economy by creating a series of new federal government programs aimed at supporting everything from universal childcare to free community college. He campaigned on these same issues while ...

HAB must be repealed

The Housing Appeals Board is a 3-person state-level monster that was created by 3 Republican NH Senators. It repeatedly failed as a normal bill so these legislators sneaked it into the budget. HB 288 (2021) was a bill to repeal it, but did not come to a full House vote before the session ...

A call to Republicans

I am a lifelong Republican going back to Ronald Reagan, who until 2016, had always voted Republican in the presidential elections, I believe: a) Joe Biden fairly won the 2020 presidential election by a vote of 81 to 74 million (51 to 47%) and 306 to 232 electoral votes (57 to 43%), and b) The ...

The problem as I see it, follow-up

On Sunday, January 24, 2021, a letter-to-the-editor, penned by me, was published in the Sunday Telegraph. At the same time that I submitted the letter to the newspaper, I sent copies of it to all of my State and Federal elected officials. Since then, I have received two responses, one from ...