some of the local schools aren’t allowing air conditioning or fans in the schools because of covid. A school literally kept the lights off and sprayed kids with water bottles to keep them cool today. And lots of schools today were half days because of the heat because they can’t turn on the AC and the kids have to wear masks so it’s not safe with the heat.”
A group of around 30 libertarians and conservatives waited for the motorcade outside of IBEW in Concord, with signs that demonstrated their disappointment in Harris and their opposition to the increased taxation and spending on the massive bill.
UPDATE: Senate Bill 40 has passed into law! Currently, police officers throughout the US can and do search vehicles without a warrant, probable cause, or true consent. They accomplish this by confusing or intimidating the driver to allow them to search their vehicle. A few senators in New Hampshire are Read more…
After a few weeks of this lockdown, nearly 130,000 NH workers have filed for unemployment, bringing unemployment in the state near the 16% mark.
On April 2nd, Bill O’Brien announced that he is suspending his campaign for US Senate. The former Speaker of the New Hampshire House, O’Brien is well respected in the conservative and libertarian community. As Speaker, he “…helped eliminate wasteful spending – more than $1 billion worth”, according to his website. Read more…
On July 12th, Governor Sununu signed HB 480 into law, allowing the NH Lottery to offer sports betting for professional sports other than collegiate athletics.
In the 1700s, the United States of America separated from Britain. In the 1800s, slavery was outlawed. In the 1900s, women were granted the right to vote. In the 2000s, could mandatory taxation be abolished?