Archive of: Opinion



April 18 2014

The U.S. should think twice about yet another free trade deal

The Korea agreement, seen as a model, has proven to be the opposite of what was promised

April 18 2014

The Common Core will help prepare our future workforce

The standards help make link between academics and the skills students need for workplace success

April 18 2014

Economic development: N.H.’s biggest challenge

It’s time to initiate new ‘Advantage’

April 4 2014

A strong minimum wage helps the whole economy

Businesses, workers, communities all benefit from a higher wage

Lure of casino gambling remains fool’s gold April 4 2014

Lure of casino gambling remains fool’s gold

Anybody with even a basic knowledge of finance or the casino industry knows that gambling is the equivalent of financial strip mining

April 4 2014

It’s time to abolish New Hampshire’s death penalty

Eliminating state executions says nothing about criminals who kill, but it says a great deal about a society that does not

April 4 2014

How businesspeople can prepare students for college, career

N.H. Scholars program seeks business leaders to open minds to career possibilities that exist right here in New Hampshire

April 4 2014

Peter T. Paul, Dan Innis and questions of ethics

Should Paul’s $500k Super PAC raise concerns?

March 21 2014

Wind farm opponents and property rights

The effort to stop certain energy projects has now taken a destructive turn

March 21 2014

It’s time for N.H. to encourage benefit corporations

They have the added duty to pursue an environmental and social benefit in addition to shareholder value