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Two USNH chancellors depart

Poulton, Farrell helped shape the office
July 24, 2015

The high court and history

Lessons from the Obamacare, marriage rulings
July 10, 2015

All politics, all the time

Presidential, state races make analysis interesting
June 26, 2015

The state’s budget quandaries

There’s little strategy and more politics in the cuts and restorations
June 12, 2015

Derryfield’s Breakthrough

The program encourages middle school students to strive for a college education
May 29, 2015

Past, present and future

Seeking remedies for NH revenue situation
May 15, 2015

Let’s talk about real issues

The debt, entitlements must be addressed by presidential candidates
May 1, 2015

“What have you been reading?” New and recommended

What is in a book generally is more meaningful than what you find on the average night on the tube, no matter how many hundreds of channels you get
April 17, 2015

‘Fair’ budgets are in the eye of the beholder

It’s interesting to watch the budget-writing process – from a distance
April 3, 2015

‘What have they accomplished?’ The GOP version

When evaluating presidential candidates, we need to look beyond the money and campaign ads
March 20, 2015

What would be wrong with a President Biden?

With his background, he should be considered more seriously for 2016
March 6, 2015

When a good legislator sponsors bad legislation

Bid to tax non-profits is a misguided attempt to address state’s revenue problem
February 20, 2015

The N.H. Legislature’s center ring and sideshow

While undoubtedly important to their sponsors, several bills are of less universal significance or suspect substance
February 6, 2015

Kim Zachos’ complete, and very significant, life

He excelled in all areas in which he was involved
January 23, 2015

The meaningful contributions of our local banks

There are many small things (and businesses) we should be grateful for
January 8, 2015
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