Rolf Henel:  Is it just me, or is more regulation needed?
Mar05

Rolf Henel: Is it just me, or is more regulation needed?

(The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of the New Hampshire Journal. The Journal welcomes opinions on all sides of issues and from all candidates for office.)   By ROLF H. HENEL   I don’t want to come across as some sort of Victorian crusader, but I am increasingly disturbed by reports of wide spread scams and blatantly illegal activities that are conducted by companies and individuals alike.  ...

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Kimberly Morin: Will NH House Democrats restore women’s rights?
Feb28

Kimberly Morin: Will NH House Democrats restore women’s rights?

(The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of the New Hampshire Journal. The Journal welcomes opinions on all sides of issues and from all candidates for office.) By KIMBERLY MORIN My Grandmother, God rest her soul, was born in 1902. She was fighting for women to earn the right to vote in 1920. We won! Women also had the right to protect themselves however they saw fit at that time in New Hampshire.   Then in...

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A criminal justice conversation with former Gov. George Pataki
Feb19

A criminal justice conversation with former Gov. George Pataki

By ALEX TALCOTT   (George Pataki served as New York’s governor from 1995-2006. He is counsel with the law firm Chadbourne & Parke LLP, chairman of the Pataki-Cahill Group for business strategy, and chairman of the “We the People, Not Washington” Super PAC supporting his political activities. Pataki is a prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate.) (Alex Talcott, J.D., is a Faculty Team Lead for Criminal Justice at...

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Bob Smith:  Are Obama, Democrats interfering in Israel’s elections?
Feb18

Bob Smith: Are Obama, Democrats interfering in Israel’s elections?

(The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of the New Hampshire Journal. The Journal welcomes opinions on all sides of issues and from all candidates for office.)   By FORMER U.S. SEN. BOB SMITH   In the Spring of 2002 the nation was still reeling from the savage terrorist attacks on NYC and Washington, D.C. on September 11 . How many more terrorists were in our nation? Were there additional targets? Are...

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Bruce Berke: Repeal the Health Insurance Tax for Small Businesses
Feb16

Bruce Berke: Repeal the Health Insurance Tax for Small Businesses

  (The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of the New Hampshire Journal. The Journal welcomes opinions on all sides of issues and from all candidates for office.) By BRUCE BERKE In 2010, President Obama passed an overhaul of the United State’s healthcare system that was promised to increase quality and affordability, expand public and private coverage, and lower costs for individuals and the government. But...

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Paul Chevalier: State of the Union speech missed mark on energy
Feb14

Paul Chevalier: State of the Union speech missed mark on energy

(The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of the New Hampshire Journal. The Journal welcomes opinions on all sides of issues and from all candidates for office.)   By PAUL CHEVALIER   In his State of the Union address, President Obama boasted about how we Americans had reduced our dependence on foreign energy sources and made our country “number one in oil and gas.” Which is true enough, only he had...

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