Opinion: 80-20-0 Choose Wisely
Feb28

Opinion: 80-20-0 Choose Wisely

2014 will be one of the most important elections in the history of our country. It will determine if this Nation will continue down a road of the erosion of personal freedoms and a total disregard for the Constitution or will the election bring a return to the a Nation of laws and living by the Constitution. The present tack of the Obama Administration is to run this Nation as if he were a king or dictator rather than an elected...

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Can the U.S. Postal Service be saved?
Jan27

Can the U.S. Postal Service be saved?

The answer is a resounding YES!  The oldest Government entity has been through a great deal over the last 239 years.  And the worst time in its storied history has been the last seven years, largely through no fault of its own. A bi-partisan piece of legislation called the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006 (PAEA) was passed in the wee hours of the morning in December 2006.  Its design was to level the playing field for...

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A Lesson From The Past: A Possible Fix For The Affordable Care Act
Dec30

A Lesson From The Past: A Possible Fix For The Affordable Care Act

The 18th amendment, the National Prohibition Act, went into effect January 1920. This Act was a culmination of many years of relentless lobbying of Congress. During the mid-1800’s through 1919, the Temperance movement, in conjunction with numerous religious groups, the Methodist being the most prominent, “convinced elected officials of the evils of alcohol.” It is nearly impossible to affix a number of the population adversely...

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Business community indicates skepticism of Christie’s record
Dec19

Business community indicates skepticism of Christie’s record

As speculation continues to mount about the likely slate of 2016 presidential candidates, forces within the business community – a typically Republican constituency – are questioning New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s record of creating a business-friendly climate in his state.  Christie is widely perceived as among the frontrunners for the GOP nomination. In New Hampshire, Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy President Charlie...

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Medicaid Expansion: Let’s Look at the Facts
Nov29

Medicaid Expansion: Let’s Look at the Facts

Governor Hassan and the Democratic-controlled House are calling the Republican-controlled Senate uncaring when it comes to the Medicaid coverage for an additional 50,000 people. The Governor and Democrats in the House state they believe that Washington will pay the bill and it will not cost New Hampshire taxpayers anything. It seems like Governor Hassan is sounding more and more like Obama. Every taxpayer in New Hampshire should...

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