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Friday
Sep192014

ALG's Daily Grind - 250,000 Virginians to lose health insurance thanks to Obamacare 

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Sept. 18, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

250,000 Virginians to lose health insurance thanks to Obamacare
Recent testimony before the Virginia House of Delegates' Health Insurance Reform Commission revealed this reality that is going to face a quarter million Virginians.

Obama's Internet giveaway to foreign governments picks up steam
ICANN, the non-profit that will inherit the Internet governance global monopoly from the federal government, proposes bylaws change to make foreign governments the primary decision-making body at the organization.

Cartoon: "Reassurer-in-Chief"

Jeffrey: Real household income peaked in 20th Century
"American households are poorer now than they were when the 21st century began. Among householders who dropped out of high school as well as those who graduated from college, real median income has declined."

Friday
Sep192014

BostonGlobe.com Political Headlines - September 18, 2014 

The Boston Globe

 

 

 

 

Here are the top political headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:

   
Friday
Sep192014

NHDP - ICYMI: NHGOP Attacks Integrity of New Hampshire Veteran from Their Own Party 

Manchester, NH - “Instead of looking in the mirror, the NHGOP is stopping at absolutely nothing to intimidate their ranks into supporting their flawed candidates this November, going so far as to even attack the integrity of a Granite State veteran from their own party,” said New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley. “Meanwhile, growing numbers of Republicans are backing Senator Shaheen, Governor Hassan and other Democratic leaders because they recognize their bi-partisan work and leadership helping innovative businesses create jobs, expanding middle-class opportunities and moving New Hampshire's economy forward.”

See below for excerpts or here for the full Concord Monitor story:

Concord Monitor: GOP support for Democrat Pappas causes dustup

“Attracting endorsements can be a savvy political move and is a staple of every election cycle.

“But they can sometimes cause a stir, as they did this week when 50 Manchester-area Republicans endorsed Democrat Chris Pappas in the race for Executive Council in District 4. The endorsement drew a blistering response from Republican State Committee Chairwoman Jennifer Horn, who said she would enforce party bylaws that prohibit Republicans who support Democrats in 2014 elections from serving on the committee.

“The dustup began Tuesday, when incumbent Pappas, of Manchester, announced the Republicans for Pappas Committee, made up of current and former elected officials, business leaders and community activists from the district’s 19 communities.

“Horn quickly reacted.

“'I am stunned to see that any Republican would put their name on an effort to promote Chris Pappas for Executive Councilor,' she said in a statement. 'Anyone who cares about responsible, limited efficient government can clearly see that Chris Pappas is the wrong man for the job.'

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“The dialogue came the same day Gov. Maggie Hassan’s campaign announced that Republican Griffin Dalianis will serve as the chairman of 'Veterans for Hassan,' which includes more than 150 founding members from across New Hampshire.

"'Griff Dalianis has repeatedly endorsed Democrat governors like Jeanne Shaheen and John Lynch who conveniently appointed his wife to the New Hampshire Supreme Court and later rewarded her with a promotion to chief justice. We can only guess what political favor Governor Hassan has offered in return for Griff’s endorsement this year,' said Lauren Zelt, a GOP spokeswoman.”

Friday
Sep192014

Citizens For A Strong NH - Hiding!

 

 

Click image to visit www.WhyAreTheyHiding.com
Fellow Granite Stater,

Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire's new microsite, 
www.WhyAreTheyHiding.com, conveys an important message... 

Our elected officials are hiding
It's no secret. Governor Maggie Hassan, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, and Congresswoman Annie Kuster refuse to hold open Town Hall meetings with you because of their disastrous records.

 

Who can blame them though? Under their watch, Obamacare is collapsing. Our foreign policy is failing. Our porous southern and northern borders are open to both terrorists and illegal immigrants. While taxes increase, our debt and deficits are skyrocketing. However, it is still
no excuse for refusing to meet with your constituents.
To ensure more New Hampshire residents see 
www.WhyAreTheyHiding.com, we are up with ads promoting it, but we desperately need your help.

In order to reach thousands more Granite Staters over the coming days, we need you to click HERE to help us raise
$10,000 more in the next 24 hours.  

Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire has been actively fighting for your beliefs in Washington and Concord for almost two years. You know how effective our organization has been, but we need your help to continue our efforts.

Please click HERE and donate to help us reach our $10,000 goal. 
Friday
Sep192014

SNHU - Business Ownership for the Young At Heart 

Business Ownership for the Young At Heart

 
 
 

Are you 50 years young or more? Are you thinking about owning or growing a small business? Join us and AAPR NH for the Encore Entrepreneur Event to learn how to put your business dreams into action. 

The 90 minute forum will feature each phase of business owning, presented by business savvy speakers, including: 

  • Exploring Your Options: Phase I of Developing Your Business; Presented by Huge Curly, SBA
  • Formulating Your Plan: Phase II of Developing Your Business; Presented by MaryAnn Manoogian, Center for Women's Business Advancement
  • Opportunities For Growth: Phase II of Developing Your Business; Presented by Kerry Phrimmer, SCORE
  • Spicing It Up After Age 50: Lessons Learned, Resources Utilized; Presented by David Lucier, Claremont Spiced and Dry Goods

When: Tuesday, September 30th 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Where: SNHU Hospitality Center 2500 N River Rd Manchester NH 03106

This is a free event, but we ask that you register. (Space is limited).

Sponsored by: