Letters to the Editor



Harold Brown - In the Dark: Prohibiting States From Labeling of GMO Foods?

In The Dark

On July 23, 2015 the U.S House of Representatives voted and passed H.R. 1599, H.R 1599 has to do with prohibiting states labeling of GMO foods.  Called the Safe Act.  How can it be safe not knowing what food and chemicals you are ingesting?   Tainted food paid for with your had earned money.  H.R. 1599 is also known as the DARK Act, (Deny Americans Right to Know). The emphasis of this post is Labeling and your right to know.   Congressman Guinta voted Yea on H.R. 1599 denying your right to know.   Also in H.R. 1599 the authority to call GMO’s natural as in ingredients.   Labeling of food is a home rule issue.  Falls under the preview of the 9th. And 10th. Amendments.   H.R. 1599 is Unconstitutional along with Congressman Guinta’s vote.  Congressman Guinta vote is unacceptable under any argument.   Congresswoman Kuster did vote Nay.

Residents of District One have one of three choices, vote in a Democrat, Republicans can replace Frank Guinta or re-elect Congressman Guinta keep poor representation or no representation..


In Freedom


Harold - ‘NEW DAY FOR AMERICA’ By Kasich For President ad was the inspiration for this post

Hi folks;
Bringing you a video by Jordan Maxwell.   Dawn of a New Day, Timing is appropriate due to slogans Presidential Candidates are using.  The purpose is to enlighten people for awareness.   Some material some will find offensive.

The main theme will be the rising Sun. as a Communist Symbol.   New Day could be taken as leading to a path of communism.   If many of you never notice the Rising Sun is embedded in the NH State Flag rising over the horizon.  The symbol of the Fasces will be explained.   Not shown is the fact two Fasces are mounted on each side of the podium in the U.S. Senate Chambers.   I’ve never heard any official complain serving under Fascism symbols.   Some facts will past rapidly, stop, write them down and do a search.   .

In Freedom


Dear NH Democratic Leadership

I was unaware that you wished the destruction of Planned Parenthood's influence over New Hampshire public policy. I had assumed you believed abortion was a good thing, due to your undying support for the organization. Now I realize that you were actually trying to show, by theatrical demonstration, that the only way to support such an organization so passionately would be that you actually have to not really give a shit what they did with unborn babies at any point, any stage, using any tool, and following any moral gauge.

Sincerely, I would like to thank you for all of your efforts in ending the dominance of Planned Parenthood on American politics. We really couldn't do it without you. 

The whole idea of sticking to the Planned Parenthood talking points without ever stooping to actually look into the allegations made against them is a stroke of genius. What it does, in essence, is remind the American people that it is not actually 1971, and that although they may do a great deal of moral analysis internally over the question of abortion and medical ethics, and they might feel horrified at the abuses uncovered in the recent video releases, you would actually have to be kind of a monster to just ignore it.

Further, it serves as proof to the American people that there never actually was any moral discussion over abortion in the Democratic Party, and in fact that the question of life or death always really took a back seat to the question of votes.

I love the stonewall tactics. The lack of genuine debate. The lack of concern. The “seemingly” heartless defense of the sellers of human body parts, arrived at by a thoughtless knee jerk defense of Planned Parenthood, at all costs.

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Thank you, because while the American people debate the topic, weep openly, tear their hearts out and share videos showing atrocities worthy of the Third Reich in social media every day, the NH Democratic Party, by its blind attachment to the most ruthless medical practices since Mengele, actually shows us all the truth.


And, for that I am one happy pro-lifer.

See, gay marriage is legal...done. Even the most conservative among us have just moved on. Health care is done. It may not be perfect but it was a Democratic creation. So...not much chance for a moral end run. I say abortion, you can't say “gays”. I say abortion, you can't say “health care”. I say abortion, you can only show that blank psychotic stare that Democrats have developed over the decades. I say abortion and you have one answer and you wear it proudly, you say “Couldn't care less.”

And, organizations made up of heartless jerks who show zero concern for human babies tend not to last very long.

Thanks again, and congratulations on the brilliant strategy!!

Concerned Democrat


NB: NHInsider.com withheld writers name at their request.


Ahead of The Curve "Heroin Legislation"

Most recent federal government data from 2011 shows on average one person dies of an overdose every two hours; totaling 4,102. Since 2011 this epidemic has grown far beyond those numbers. In 2014 New Hampshire suffered over 300 overdoses, Maine totaled 208, Vermont reported 65 and Massachusetts estimates their total dead to exceed 1,000. 

Any legislation addressing our epidemic should be approached with commonsense and the reality that this will be a substantial effort for all parties involved. I propose three pronged legislation aimed specifically at attacking the networks of trafficker, providing federal grants for opioid addiction treatment and federal prosecutorial aid in the form of grants provided to state and local judicial bodies.

Traffickers transport large quanities of these killer drugs all across our country. Under current law, they will serve terms that are disproportionate to the damage caused to our communities. I call for strengthening the penalties for those convicted and lowering the bar for what constitutes as a federal trafficking offense. A good starting point would be mandatory minimums for anyone trafficking opioids in quanities of 50 grams or more starting at 5 years and increasing by 2 years for every 10 grams. 

While the federal government is spending money wildly on a myriad of things. I believe we should allocate emergency funds to help with addiction treatment, specifically opioid dependence. This funding should contain a rider. The rider would stipulate that the funding will only be allocated by the states legislator to pay for addiction counseling both inpatient and out patient, focusing primarily on non-supplement therapies. Any state found in violation of this rider will need to refund all grant monies to the federal government within 30 days.

Grants for prosecutorial aid would infuse money into the judicial systems to setup and maintain drug courts for low level offenders. Relieving the burden placed on the courts and be more of a good behavior system than a money driven court. Monies granted to the judicial would have a stipulation that the offender be entered into a program without supervision costs as well as no drug testing fees. So that they may focus more on lasting recovery instead of fees and fines. All offenders must be sentenced to community enrichment programs where they will serve one day a week cleaning trash in parks and throughout the communities they live in for a term of 6 months starting when weather permits. These grants will also contain the same riders as the treatment programs.


Jamieson Gradert

Republican Candidate for NH CD1 



We Need Tax Reform, NOW!

The New Hampshire primary is an important milestone on the path to the Presidential nomination. Candidates who come here get to know New Hampshire. This primary presents candidates with the perfect platform for discussing issues that are most important to voters. Many candidates are discussing tax reform. While their voices are important in this discussion, we need more immediate action on tax reform from Congress.

This primary gives us the stage to make sure not just our presidential candidates are listening, but our public servants at-large.  Our current tax system has a number of problems. It taxes unevenly across business sectors. Tax increases on energy have a great effect on business owners in that sector, who already shoulder significantly higher tax rates than business owners in other industries. Those costs trickle down to the everyday Americans who have energy stocks in their retirement packages. This isn’t a “rich man’s tax increase”, it’s an attack on the well-being of everyday Americans and incredibly harmful to the energy sector.

If we as a nation are to do the hard work of tax reform, we must do it in the right way. We, the people of New Hampshire, should lead the way. Let’s do tax reform right.