Marco Rubio has gone after Ted Cruz’s tax plan on the ground that it involves a “VAT,” a value added tax. Cruz has returned fire, asserting that Rubio’s plan involves higher taxes than his plan. Continue reading
It’s not surprising that the Concord Monitor has endorsed Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. The Monitor has seen Jeanne Shaheen (Governor 1997-2002, United States Senator 2009-2021), John Lynch (Governor 2005-2013) and Maggie Hassan (Governor 2013-2017) turn New Hampshire ever-bluer through incrementalism and was there in 2002 when gubernatorial candidate Mark Fernald lost in a landslide when he tried it Bernie’s way.
But the intellectual dishonesty of the Monitor’s endorsement should not go untold. Indeed, reading the editorial is like chug-a-lugging a mug of the Clinton Kool-Aid. Continue reading
Back in September, I put up a post titled Not Much Point in Voting Republican in New Hampshire Any Longer.
I argued that Continue reading
Shawn Jasper a nominal Republican who was elected Speaker of the New Hampshire House by the Democrats and a handful of Republicans, over the choice of the Republican caucus, former Speaker Bill O’Brien, opened the House’s 2016 session by calling upon representatives to act with “dignity.”
While Jasper didn’t name any names, everyone knew he was talking about a Facebook spat that went viral between some Free-Staters and some conservative Republicans over the “Free-the-Nipple” issue and a Republican Representative calling out Hillary Clinton at a Town Hall for Hillary’s hypocrisy regarding claims of sexual assault against Bill Clinton.
New Hampshire’s liberal press, naturally, ate it up. Continue reading
The New Hampshire Union Leader, also known as #DyingPaper:
ran a guest op-ed yesterday by former Governor Sununu about -surprise, surprise, surprise- Donald Trump.
Some comments, but first I want to make clear that I am not planning on voting for Trump in the primary. I have narrowed my choice down to three candidates and Trump is not one of them. Continue reading
When I listen to Marco Rubio, I find myself nodding in agreement. Reinvesting in and modernizing our military, simplifying our byzantine tax code, repealing Obamacare and replacing it with a system based on tax-credits which would put Americans back in charge of their healthcare — among other things. And he appears to be just the person to deliver such a powerful conservative message. Continue reading