Monthly Archives: January 2011

Open Thread for Wednesday, January 26th

The House was in session this morning – nothing major was acted on. I’ll have more up in a bit with the details, as well as some information on some hot-button topics being debated as of late. This will include … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Repeal Bill On Hold

WMUR: NH House GOP Leader Seeks To Delay Gay Marriage Fight To 2012 CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire’s House Republican leader said Friday he will ask that the fight to repeal same-sex marriage be postponed until 2012. Rep. D.J. Bettencourt … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Winter Day in Brentwood

Took the girls sledding at the water tower today.

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Open Thread for Friday, January 14th

Feel free to post your predictions for Sunday’s pats/Jets game. By the way, the correct answer is 31-26, Patriots.

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Priorities

WMUR: Republican Agenda Focuses On Spending, Economy CONCORD, N.H. — After a contentious start to the legislative session in Concord, House Republicans on Thursday outlined their goals for the session that are focused on government spending and not social issues. … Continue reading

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I Couldn’t Agree More

SeacoastOnline.com: Evergreen clauses should be optional The New Hampshire Senate on Tuesday is set to tackle what could be a significant step toward reforming the cost of government personnel by looking to eliminate the mandated “evergreen” clause. The evergreen clause … Continue reading

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Kindred Spirits

I like the way this guy thinks. Gov. Mitch Daniels thinks Illinois’ proposed 75 percent hike in its corporate and personal income tax rates will be great — for Indiana. In an exclusive interview Friday with The Times, the Republican … Continue reading

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