Senator Ayotte to Hold Town Halls

Tweet NH Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) will be holding three town halls where she will take questions from the voters. Grafton County Town Hall Tuesday, April 30th Noon- 1:00 PM (doors open at 11:15 AM) Warren Town Hall 19 Water Street Warren, NH 03279 Belknap County Town Hall Tuesday, April 30th 5:00 PM-6:00 PM (doors […]

Honoring Your Oath – Sign the Petition

Tweet SIGN THE PETITION: A complaint for breach of oath of office has been filed by some of our tea party members, against House Majority Leader Steve Shurtleff, D-Penacook, and the other 188 House members who, in our opinion, have violated their oaths of office by voting in favor of House Bill 135. This […]

Children to be Assessed on Their “DISPOSITIONS”

Tweet WARNING TO PARENTS: Contact the House Education Committee and tell them to vote NO on SB 48. Tell them you do NOT want your child assessed on their “DISPOSITIONS”. YOUR child is assessed on their “dispositions”. George Will explains to you what “assessing” DISPOSITIONS means. “Many education schools discourage, even disqualify, prospective teachers who […]

Support Nullification of NDAA

Tweet Thanks to Representative Dan Itse, HB 399 passed in the NH House and will be voted on in the NH Senate. HB 399 is a bill that “…establishes the New Hampshire Liberty Act. The bill prohibits the state from supporting or implementing 2 sections of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, […]

Internet Tax Proponents Won’t Back Down

Tweet Supporters of Marketplace Fairness Act remain undeterred by delay of vote to May 6 “It’s not a matter of if it’s going to pass, it’s a matter of when,” said Michael Kercheval, president and chief executive of the International Council of Shopping Centers, the global trade association for the shopping center industry. The HILL […]

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