What’s happening to the bugs, fish, frogs and us?

Where are the bugs? Scientists are reporting that Insects around the world are in a crisis, as a number of long-term studies showing dramatic declines in their population. Insect-eating animals are also in decline. Scientist Stephanie Seneff says, “Very grim news… Continue Reading →

November 6 — Constitutional Amendments & Candidates

On Tuesday, November 6, Salem Residents will be asked to vote for a number of political candidates (see below), plus two Constitutional Amendment Questions. Here’s the non-partisan info you need to begin to be an informed voter:  Here are two… Continue Reading →


The attendance record for NH legislators was pretty dismal in 2018. That needs to change! We need to elect State Reps who will be there not only for roll call votes, but also for their own committee meetings and to listen… Continue Reading →

Trade Wars

I’ll admit, I don’t know a great deal about tariffs, but, as a State Rep, it won’t be anything I would be expected to know. What I do know is that as a State Rep, I will have to take… Continue Reading →

HB 1636

Today, House Bill 1636 went down in flames! This ends SB 193, the school voucher program, (at least for this year). Had HB 1636 passed, the experts I heard from say it had the potential to do more harm to… Continue Reading →

The Economy

‪America’s economy is doing well, right?!? Just listen to the news! “Unemployment levels are at all-time low!” “‘Stocks keep shattering record after record.” “We are in great shape!” But when I listen to people around me, I hear a different… Continue Reading →

Annual Spring Planning & Zoning Conference

Today was the 23rd Annual Spring Planning & Zoning Conference, put on by the NH Office of Energy & Planning. The Conference ran from 8:00 to 3:30; breakfast and lunch were included! The keynote speaker, Stephen Landry, from the Watershed Assistance… Continue Reading →

© 2018 — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑