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I currently work as a systems and software tester at TeleAtlas. We also own Smith Scale Speedway, and manufacture Boss Bodies. I was a campaign coordinator for Fred Thompson, and currently volunteer with the Sullivan County, NH GOP.

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    HEALTH CARE – SO EASY A CAVE MAN CAN DO IT

    HEALTH CARE – SO EASY A CAVE MAN CAN DO IT 1 – Restrict punitive damages in malpractice suits to $750,000. 2 – Enact a federal coding standard… require all medical insurance companies to use the same system. If the industry won’t standardize itself, this is an appropriate role for the federal government. 3 – Repeal all laws that restrict which companies can operate in | Read More »

    HR 45 and Fedzilla – a fight we can win

    HR 45 is a bad bill on many levels.  The largest problem is that it is indicative of the lack of respect for state sovereignty.  The pending legislation regarding a national emissions standards bill is another example.  Requiring the automakers to manufacture vehicles that conform to a national standard is one thing.  Forcing states to spend money to enforce it on existing vehicles is entirely | Read More »

    AFP takes on the stimulus bill, you can help

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    State Sovereignty… NH cares about it

    Several states have felt so encroached upon, that they have felt the need to issue resolutions to the federal government regarding their proper role… as defined by the Constitution.  Arizona, Missouri, and Washington have followed our lead and introduced similar resolutions. We believe that Texas is next.  It is high time that we started obeying our own laws, and high time that we said no | Read More »

    NH tries to institute 5% income tax

    People of NH, in response to the current economic crisis, your state government has decided to give you a 5% cut in pay, effective July of this year.  Have a nice summer. NH is currently considering HB 583-FN-A-LOCAL, which establishes a 5% income tax to fund education and also strips local control of teachers by making them all state employees. If those two facts alone | Read More »

    A Horse Tax?

    They should do one thing at a time, do it well, and then move on All across America, people are worried that they will be included in the next round of layoffs and lose their homes. Americans fight a daily battle to make do with less. There are people eating ramen noodles and macaroni and cheese trying to save money for that rainy day that | Read More »