Governor Sununu’s announcement yesterday of a Judicial Selection Commission makes it clear that he has no intention of draining New Hampshire’s judicial swamp. The announcement:
Not the first sentence. The criteria for judicial selection will be “experience, good character and temperament.” Not a mention of judicial philosophy. In other words, Sununu is just as inclined to nominate a judicial liberal like Continue reading →
Remember William Baer? He was the man who was arrested at a school board meeting in Gilford in 2014, supposedly in violation of his First Amendment rights. As reported by WND, when Baer’s criminal charges got tossed by a New Hampshire judge in December, 2014: Continue reading →
Lat year, the New Hampshire Supreme Court issued its decision in Duncan v. State, which involved the constitutionality of a law that allowed businesses tax credits for funding scholarships for private schools.
The trial court had found the law unconstitutional (see related post here). The Supreme Court reversed, finding that the plaintiffs (the parties who brought the lawsuit) did not have “standing” to sue. Continue reading →
If it is such a “silly claim” how about a few examples of Jasper proposing reductions in spending and taxes? There are none. And the reason there are none is that what is really the “silly claim” is the claim that Jasper is a fiscal conservative in the mold of a Bill O’Brien. Continue reading →