The #VolinskyAgenda – Yogurtnomics

I previously posted about the #VolinskyAgenda here, in response to this tweet from Volinsky:

Volinsky is out with an op-ed about how he would grow the New Hampshire economy.

But just as the #VoliskyAgenda described in Volinsky’s tweet really involves empowering government at the expense of parents, healthcare consumers, and private business, so too Volinsky’s economic agenda is all about increasing the size and scope of government. Continue reading

Colin Van Ostern Reveals He is No Friend of the Second Amendment

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

Some Good News for Kelly Ayotte – Stefany Shaheen Won’t be Running for Governor

The dream ticket for Maggie Hassan would have been the all-woman ticket of Hillary Clinton running for President, Hassan running for the United States Senate and Stefany Shaheen running for her mother’s old job, Governor. Continue reading

Van Ostern for Governor? Where’s the Beef?

I am going to date myself but so what.

Back in 1984, when Ronald Reagan was seeking a second term, a popular commercial was Wendy’s “Where’s the Beef”: Continue reading

Wrong Chris; the Governor’s Race is All About Which Democrat You Face

Monday, after Governor Hassan finally made her informal campaign for the United States Senate seat held by Kelly Ayotte a formality, Chris Sununu issued this statement on his run for Governor: Continue reading

The Official Unofficial Start to the Colin Van Ostern for Governor Campaign

It’s going down, I’m yelling timber
You better move, you better dance
Let’s make a night you won’t remember
I’ll be the one you won’t forget

Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern, who represents the most Democrat of the five Executive Council Districts, has an oped about the Red Tailed Hawk and the fourth graders in today’s Concord Monitor.  But Van Ostern’s op-ed is not really about the Red Tailed Hawk and the fourth-graders.  It is really about his desire to be New Hampshire’s next Governor and the policies he would pursue as Governor. Continue reading