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ALG praises Rep. Paul Gosar efforts to defund HUD racial zoning quotas 


Nov. 2, 2015, Fairfax,Va.--Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement praising U.S. Representatives Paul Gosar, Trent Franks, Brian Babin, D.D.S., Marsha Blackburn, Steve Chabot, Scott DesJarlais, Stephen Fincher, Louie Gohmert, Glenn Grothman, David P. Joyce, Cynthia Lummis, Thomas Massie, Lamar Smith, Lynn Westmoreland and Ted Yoho for signing ajoint letter to House and Senate appropriators urging them to include language inthe upcoming appropriations bill defunding a regulation by the Department ofHousing and Urban Development (HUD) to condition community development block grants on redrawing local zoning along racial and income boundaries:


"It is refreshing that so many members are committed the defund of this onerous HUD regulation that conditions community development block grants on redrawing local zoning along racial and income boundaries. The federal government has no business dictating local zoning policy.


"This is the exacta ssertion of the power of the purse that is needed for Congress reassert its Article I powers as the chief lawmaking body in government. Rep. Gosar's defund is needed to stop this massive federal government encroachment on local controlof communities.


"Americans for Limited Government remains committed to doing everything in its power to convince Congress to include theHouse-passed defund of the HUD action into any new spending bill to protectl ocal communities from Obama's takeover of every neighborhood in America that accepts federal money."


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15 House Republicans sign letter to House and Senate appropriators urging action on HUD defund, Nov. 2,2015 at


Americans for Limited Government is a non-partisan, nationwide network committed to advancing free market reforms, private property rights and core American liberties. For more information on ALG please visit our website at


NRSC - ICYMI: NH Gov Hassan Led a Beach Club Accused of Anti-Semitism 



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Hassan Led a Beach Club Accused of Anti-Semitism

The Washington Free Beacon
By Bill McMorris
July 27, 2015

Veteran Rhode Island Democrat accused Hassan’s club of discrimination

Gov. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire held a leadership role at an exclusive beach club that has been accused of anti-Jewish discrimination.

Hassan, the presumed Democratic frontrunner in the race for the Senate seat currenly held by Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R.), held several leadership roles at the Warren’s Point Beach Club in tony Little Compton, Rhode Island. From 1993 to 2000 she served as the club’s president and vice president. The club garnered headlines in 1995 when Richard Licht, the former lieutenant governor of Rhode Island, accused Warren’s Point of being anti-Semitic after his application to join the $280-per-week club was rejected.

Licht, a Democrat who now serves as a judge, did not return a request for comment from the Washington Free Beacon.

Hassan’s stance on Israel has become a focal point in recent weeks after her church overwhelmingly voted to join the Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions movement aimed at hurting Israel financially.

The Democrat tweeted out her disapproval of the BDS movement, which critics say is rooted in anti-Semitism, after the Washington Free Beacon reported on the issue. She has dodged questions over the recently announced Iranian nuclear deal, as she weighs a campaign challenge against Ayotte.

The New Hampshire GOP called the history of discrimination allegations “extremely troubling.”

“The allegations of anti-Semitism made by Democrat Lieutenant Governor Licht against Governor Hassan’s exclusive millionaire beach club are extremely troubling,” said Jennifer Horn, the party chairman.

The club did not return a request for comment.

Horn said in a statement that Hassan should confront the issue and address the accusations of anti-Jewish bias at the club.

“As a senior member of the organization’s leadership, Governor Hassan would have been in a position to investigate and address these concerns at the time they were raised. Governor Hassan should discuss what actions she took as the Vice President of this elite club to review the lieutenant governor’s complaint,” Horn said.

Hassan’s family has longstanding ties to the Little Compton community, maintaining a $2.7 million beachfront estate that was constructed by Hassan’s great grandfather. The home has seven bedrooms and more than 3,300 square feet with a wrap-around porch that provides an ocean view. Vacationers can rent out the estate for $25,000 per month in the summer, more than enough to cover the nearly $16,000 in property taxes on the home.

“Several hundred yards from one of Rhode Island’s prettiest beaches, the house has five premier double bedrooms and two attic bedrooms. The deck sweeps around the south and west sides of the house and expands into a 400 sq. ft. covered porch at the southwest corner,” a family advertisement on says. “The kitchen and bathrooms are modernized, but the rest of the house retains the turn-of-the-(last)-century feeling, including a great dining room that seats up to 16 at one table. The house can accommodate up to 14 people.”

A spokesman for Hassan did not return a request for comment


ALG - Confederate flag fight conceals Democrat history of hate!


July 10, 2015, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging the House of Representatives to get back to work on the appropriations bills:


"If the appropriations process is going to be held up over an amendment defunding the placement of Democrat-created Confederate flags at Confederate grave sites at national cemeteries, and we're not going to get any work done until this business is settled, then it should all be tied to a single vote including renaming the Richard Russell Senate Office Building, who was a pro-segregationist, removing every hammer and sickle symbol — a symbol which tens of millions have died under — from every gravestone in Chicago's Haymarket National Cemetery, renaming the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, named after the President who resegregated the entire government including the military and hosted a showing of 'The Birth of a Nation' at the White House and praised it, renaming all federal courthouses and corrections facilities in West Virginia named after the late Senator Robert Byrd, a former leader of the KKK and Democrats in the Senate, and renaming the Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac, due to LBJ's fondness for using the N-word.


"It is ridiculous for Congress to relinquish the power of the purse that the appropriations process enables, due to this symbolic idiocy of the left, so let's just get rid of all of it. If purging the cruel, racist history of the Democrat Party is their goal, let's just help Democrats expunge their shame for all time — and get back to the urgent business of Congress."


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Americans for Limited Government is a non-partisan, nationwide network committed to advancing free market reforms, private property rights and core American liberties. For more information on ALG please visit our website at


Women's Defense League of NH - Governor Hassan's Veto of SB 116 Concealed Carry

Governor Hassan to Continue 100 years of Discrimination and seeks justice only for the wealthy

After thousands of phone calls, emails, letters and petition signatures on top of overwhelming testimonial support for Senate Bill 116, Governor Maggie Hassan decided to stand with out-of-state gun control extremist Michael Bloomberg over New Hampshire residents and veto the bill.

The Women's Defense League has spent countless hours researching the racist and discriminatory origins of the bill. We spent countless hours talking with women across the state who have been discriminated against when applying for their pistol license for simply being women.

The League gave Governor Hassan pages of information and survey results about the current pistol license law and how it truly is a law that allows racism, gender bias and discrimination.

We never could have believed the Governor would continue almost 100 years of despicable discrimination, but our worst fears have now been confirmed. The Governor claims to be a proponent of both women's rights and gay rights yet she has chosen to continue allowing both women and gays to be discriminated against in New Hampshire.

Her solution to this discrimination when asked was for the victim 'go to court'. To Governor Hassan, only the wealthy will get justice while those who cannot afford expensive attorney fees do not.

To the single Mother who is denied her right due to discrimination, this could be financially unattainable. To the abused or stalked woman who needs to immediately protect herself, this could literally be deadly. These women would either have to become criminals and risk breaking the law thanks to the state-sanctioned discrimination Governor Hassan has continued to allow or risk their lives.

It is a sad day for women's rights in New Hampshire.

Daily Signal - In Ferguson, Terrence Williams Is Cleaning Up and Spreading a Message You'll Want to Hear 

The Daily Signal


Dec. 2, 2014

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In Ferguson, Terrence Williams Is Cleaning Up and Spreading a Message You'll Want to Hear

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