Archive of: Opinion



N.H.’s retirement system: a promise, not a gift May 30 2014

N.H.’s retirement system: a promise, not a gift

It’s not fair or just to change the rules after the game begins

May 2 2014

A dose of common sense in criminal justice

Changing the rules on how we try 17-year-olds is not only reasonable, but has financial benefits

May 2 2014

Career schools contribute to N.H. economy

A high-quality education doesn’t necessarily mean a degree

May 2 2014

The Old Man, the motto and the monopoly

Is there an asterisk after ‘Live Free’?

Changes abound in the spring May 2 2014

Changes abound in the spring

Norelli, Odell retirements to leave big holes in Legislature

April 18 2014

Hindsight and other cop-outs are rarely 20/20

And where are the leaders with a little foresight?

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