Monthly Archives: October 2015

For School Board At Large – Rich Girard

For too long the Manchester School Board has followed a “just spend more” and “who are parents and taxpayers to question us” approach.

Rich Girard would take the opposite approach.  He understands that spending smart not just spending more is the way to improve public education. Continue reading For School Board At Large – Rich Girard

On the “Conservative Base” and Ayotte

At the beginning of the week I posted about United States Senator Kelly Ayotte’s support of President Obama’s Clean Power Plan:

There are good reasons not to support United States Senator Kelly Ayotte’s reelection and there are bad reasons. … Ayotte’s support of Obama’s “Clean Power Plan” is not. Continue reading On the “Conservative Base” and Ayotte

Jasper and Morse Roll Over for Attorney General on Dover Education Funding Lawsuit

At the beginning of the week, the New Hampshire Attorney General, Joe Foster, humiliated GOP Statehouse leadership by announcing that he would not defend an education funding law passed by the Legislature: Continue reading Jasper and Morse Roll Over for Attorney General on Dover Education Funding Lawsuit

Attorney General Foster Relies on Reasoning of Korematsu to Justify his Malpractice

In 1944, the United States Supreme Court issued Korematsu vs. United States, one of the most infamous decisions of the court.  The case involved an Executive Order by President Franklin Roosevelt ordering that over 100,000 Americans of Japanese descent be rounded up and placed in detention camps. Continue reading Attorney General Foster Relies on Reasoning of Korematsu to Justify his Malpractice

Jasper’s and Morse’s Low Energy Response to Dover Education Funding Lawsuit

Yesterday, the New Hampshire Attorney General humiliated GOP legislative leadership by announcing that he would not defend an education funding law passed by the Legislature because he feels it is unconstitutional: Continue reading Jasper’s and Morse’s Low Energy Response to Dover Education Funding Lawsuit

Thoughts on Conservative Reaction to Ayotte’s Support of Obama’s “Clean Power Plan”

There are good reasons not to support United States Senator Kelly Ayotte’s reelection and there are bad reasons. Ayotte’s stabbing Frank Guinta in the back is a good reason.  Ayotte’s support of RINO Shawn Jasper for Speaker is another.  Ayotte’s support of Obama’s “Clean Power Plan” is not. Continue reading Thoughts on Conservative Reaction to Ayotte’s Support of Obama’s “Clean Power Plan”

CNBC GOP Debate Should Take a Deep Dive Into Immigration

The third GOP Presidential debate takes place on October 28th.  It is hosted by CNBC.  Unfortunately, the moderators include the very left-of-center New York Times writer John Harwood and the decidedly left-of-center Becky Quick: Continue reading CNBC GOP Debate Should Take a Deep Dive Into Immigration

Coverage of Benghazi Hearing Shows How in the Tank the New Hampshire Press is for Hillary

Go to the WMUR website and search for “Benghazi”.  There is no local coverage of Hillary Clinton’s testimony before the Benghazi Select Committee.  Just links to CNN, which should stand for Clinton News Network.  For example, an article titled “Grilling of Hillary Clinton Misfired”: Continue reading Coverage of Benghazi Hearing Shows How in the Tank the New Hampshire Press is for Hillary

In November, 2016 I’m Voting for Frank Guinta for Congress

That’s not a typo.  Whether he is the Republican nominee for Congress in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District or not, I will be voting for Frank Guinta in the general election.  That will be my message to the GOP establishment in New Hampshire. Continue reading In November, 2016 I’m Voting for Frank Guinta for Congress