What happens when you ask a NH Dem about Obamacare?
Mar13

What happens when you ask a NH Dem about Obamacare?

Democrats aren’t too fond of Obamacare these days. This week saw the unpopular health care law take a starring role in Democrat Alex Sink’s defeat in a special congressional election in Florida. Meanwhile, 54 percent of Americans disapprove of President Obama’s job performance. We wondered, what happens when you ask a New Hampshire Democrat about Obamacare? Senator Jeanne Shaheen:              ...

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Hochberg needs to answer serious questions about management of Ex-Im Bank

If the still-unfolding scandals involving the Obama White House have been instructive, it’s for this reason: it’s good to be politically-connected to this administration. And the message hasn’t been lost on K Street lobbying shops or their wealthy corporate clients looking to land on the government dole. More than any administration in history, President Obama has repeatedly offered financing to pet projects for personally-connected...

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Granite Staters still waiting for answers in Kuster tax dustup

By now it should be no secret to the New Hampshire news-reading public that newly-elected 2nd District Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster – who has a net worth of nearly $2 million – has trouble paying her taxes. WMUR broke the story on Monday, reporting that Kuster owed close to $11,000 in unpaid property taxes, both on her NH residence and a White Mountains vacation property.  More than that, she has apparently been delinquent in...

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Take the NH Journal 2013 Legislative Issues Survey
Feb04

Take the NH Journal 2013 Legislative Issues Survey

Attention Granite Staters: NH Journal has officially launched its 2013 NH legislative issues survey. From gambling to gun control to immigration to the budget, give us your thoughts on these critical state and national issues and we’ll report the results. Battle lines are being drawn but our elected officials haven’t heard from us – don’t miss your chance to weigh in! Vote today by clicking HERE. Thank you! NH...

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Export-Import Bank has devolved into tool for politically connected

It is safe to say that America is not the same country it was in 1934 when the Export-Import Bank (i.e. Ex-Im and Bank) was created. It would be nice to think that the U.S. government agency has also changed with the times, but nothing could be further from reality. The Ex-Im Bank is a fossilized remnant of a bygone era. The Bank no longer assists in “financing trade with the Soviet Union” as was written in its 1934 mission statement....

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