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Obamacare Expansion and The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party

Obamacare Expansion and The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party

We fought the Revolutionary War so that we could have self-government, freedom from taxation for revenue, and freedom from mob rule – favoring instead a form of government that holds the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as sacrosanct. Just as the British sought to control the colonies, the federal government now seeks to destroy our New Hampshire state sovereignty through federal regulation of our healthcare system and fiscal enslavement through the increased federal debt and the ultimate state taxes that will result from Obamacare expansion.

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Critical Voter Roll Cleanup Ahead of Election Day

Critical Voter Roll Cleanup Ahead of Election Day

New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner, a Democrat, purged the voter rolls of dead and ineligible voters in August. As a result, 163,221 voters were dropped from the rolls statewide, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. In June, the Republican-controlled Legislature overrode the veto of Democratic Gov. John Lynch to pass a new voter ID law that will be phased in over the next few years. Attorney General Eric Holder has been suing to take down voter identification laws in other states claiming they are in violation of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965.

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Battle for Marriage is Center Stage in New Hampshire

Battle for Marriage is Center Stage in New Hampshire

The defenders of marriage are gearing up for a huge battle in the state of New Hampshire.  Mass Resistance reported that the Democrat-controlled state legislature forced homosexual “marriage” on the state back in 2009, in spite of strong public opposition.  As a result, the Democrats were thrown out of office in the next election.  Now, New Hampshire has a strong Republican majority in both chambers of the legislature, although their Democrat governor managed to be reelected.  The Republicans have the numbers to override the governor’s veto, should they choose to muster the courage.

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