The death of Antonin Scalia has unleashed a political war over who should nominate his replacement, President Obama or the next President. Perhaps nowhere is the battle as fierce as in New Hampshire where incumbent Senator Kelly Ayotte is locked in a virtual dead-heat with the putative Democrat nominee, Governor Maggie Hassan. Continue reading →
Today from Maggie Hassan’s campaign, a twitter barrage implying that the GOP-led Senate and Senator Kelly Ayotte are hampering the fight against ISIS by not passing an AUMF (Authorization-For-The-Use-Of-Military Force): Continue reading →
Yesterday I posted about New Hampshire Public Radio’s reporting on the Executive Council’s refusal to confirm one of six nominees Governor and-United-States-Senate-candidiate Maggie Hassan to the New Hampshire Superior Court:
The “legal community” mentioned in the article consists of the Chief of the Manchester Police and the President of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. That’s akin to CNN reporting, based on interviewing only nine people in Detroit, that Ben Carson’s claims in Gifted Hands were unable to be verified.
What seems to be NHPR’s real concern is that the Washington Free Beacon, a conservative investigating reporting website, influenced the vote by reporting that the nominee had represented child rapists: Continue reading →
Yesterday, Governor and candidate for the United States Senate, Maggie Hassan, called for a Special Session of the Legislature to be convened to address the issue of heroin use in New Hampshire: Continue reading →