Archive of: Opinion



September 19 2014

Without change, the electric grid will break

Sooner, rather than later New England is going to need more base load electricity to replace retirements.

September 19 2014

Voucher law has no real help for low-income kids

Supreme Court ruling means the tax credit program may continue for the moment, leaving the state with a fiscal liability of uncertain size for a program with no legitimate public purpose

The slates are chosen for November’s election September 19 2014

The slates are chosen for November’s election

No sooner was the primary over then attack ads funded by out-of-state PACs and ‘social welfare organizations’ began to disparage the nominees

September 19 2014

TRIA reauthorization is essential to the economy

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act is vital to the health of the commercial real estate industry

September 5 2014

Why is Gov. Hassan bashing bipartisan tax reforms?

The real problem facing the New Hampshire budget is spending

September 5 2014

Market Basket walked the corporate culture walk

Organizations talk about the subject all the time, yet rarely do they take the time to actively engage employees

The Foley family’s inspirational dignity September 5 2014

The Foley family’s inspirational dignity

As a beacon of faith in a time of horror, they indeed made New Hampshire proud

September 5 2014

Carbon standards will fight pollution, add jobs

There are many benefits to be realized from federal guidelines for power plants

September 5 2014

Are students’ cell phones private property?

Live Free or Die Alliance Facebook followers have mixed feelings

August 22 2014

Economic development is more than just slogans

Moving N.H.’s economy forward requires thoughtful, long-range strategic thinking