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What path will the House follow in 2015 session?

Let’s hope that what is best for the state as a whole will be the guiding principle of the vast majority of legislators
December 30, 2014

An open letter to the N.H. Legislature

When I started to write this column on Dec. 3, it was going to be an open letter to Speaker William O’Brien. A funny thing happened on the way to finishing.
December 12, 2014

Election reflections: GOP gains, ample negativity

In New Hampshire the results could have been, and in many cases were, forecast
December 1, 2014

Remembering New Hampshire’s most historic election

November 13, 2014

New Hampshire resources that help us stay current

Rudman Center is the latest source for substance and education, with no yelling
November 3, 2014

‘Equality’ and the motivation to do hard work

If people’s expectations have changed so fundamentally that they think of work as only one option, what does it say about us as a country?
October 17, 2014

Fiscal issues should be at center of ’16 campaign

Liberals, conservatives, Democrats, Republicans and independents all have a stake in fixing the debt
October 6, 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

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

Remembering Gary Long, a true ‘gentle man’

Both he and another 63-year-old, Robin Williams, had much to look forward to in life
August 22, 2014

Examining the Granite State political landscape

A look at how the candidates are performing in the calm before the storm
August 8, 2014

Three lawyers’ stories – without a punch line

Arthur Mudge, John Tobin and Bob Dastin have made a lifetime of contributions to N.H. and beyond
July 25, 2014

Baker’s legacy should be a guide for officeholders

His ability to forge compromises without sacrificing his principles appears to be in short supply today
July 11, 2014

Political shenanigans and remedies for the deficit

501(c)4 organizations - ideologically pure and politically damaging
June 26, 2014

A twin-state approach to fostering leadership

Leadership Upper Valley stands alone among similar programs
June 13, 2014
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