Spending and Tax Caps« Previous Entries
There is always some news story about spending caps in New Hampshire, most of it about how bad they are.
The term “spending cap” is always turned on its head to become a “tax cap.”
But we can lump them together if you want. Chalk it up to intellectual laziness and propaganda from anti-spending cap reporters and [...]
CACR 1, the so-called Super Majority Legislation, will be voted on in the NH House this Wednesday.
Unfortunately, the House Ways and Means Committee has labeled CACR 1 as inexpedient to legislate (ITL), which means it will likely not pass the House on Wednesday.
This bill is a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would require a 3/5 [...]
We Have New “Conservative” Republican!
by Ed Naile, Chairman
Behold the “change” in Maggie Hassan from progressive to Republican – in a Blue State? I thought we were past all that conservative stuff.
Just as Governor Lynch was labeled “popular” in every news article ever written about him, we now see the transformation of a former tax and [...]