Speaks for itself:
Say what you will about Donald Trump, but I can’t remember any other Republican Presidential candidate ever standing up to Union Leader publisher Joe McQuaid:
Indeed voters everywhere owe Trump a thank you for exposing that the “coveted” Union Leader endorsement required taking #StinkyJoe golfing (in the case of Trump and who knows what else in the case of the others). But this post isn’t about Trump. I just wanted to explain the title.
Recently, the Union Leader editorialized glowingly about a New Hampshire Supreme Court decision Continue reading #DyingPaper (aka Union Leader) Embraces Supreme Court’s Upholding Obamacare
Earlier this week, New Hampshire Public Radio “interviewed” Democrat gubernatorial candidate Colin Van Ostern. I put interview in quotations because NHPR, unsurprisingly, served up softballs that allowed Van Ostern to repeat his talking points. But one portion actually is elucidating: Continue reading Colin Van Ostern Reveals He is No Friend of the Second Amendment
The term gerrymander originally referred to manipulating the shape of a political district to benefit a political party. The term apparently originated in 1812, when a Massachusetts newspaper drew a cartoon that likened a state-senate district drawn by the Democrat-Republicans to favor their candidates over the Federalist candidates to a salamander: