Monthly Archives: December 2010
I’ve written quite a bit about the New Hampshire State House weapons ban, put in place last year by the Democrats controlling the Legislative Facilities Committee, most recently on my campaign website’s Second Amendment page. And, in the days leading … Continue reading
I mean, what’s a couple trillion among friends? The U.S. government fell deeper into the red in fiscal 2010 with net liabilities swelling more than $2 trillion as commitments on government debt and federal benefits rose, a U.S. Treasury report … Continue reading
Thanks for the e-mail Christmas card, but if you really want to spread some joy, try refraining from littering my district with phone books and plastic bags next year.
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Got any favorite Christmas party drink recipes to share? Got your Christmas shopping done yet?
Union Leader: UNH cow study makes most wasteful list DURHAM – A University of New Hampshire project that studies greenhouse gas emissions from organic dairy farms, including cow flatulence, has landed on a list of wasteful federal spending. Sen. Tom … Continue reading
Quick Update: I’ll be serving on the Science, Technology and Energy Committee (my second choice after State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs). Looking forward to it.