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education

Golden Rule

  The Golden Rule is also called the Law of Reciprocity. It is taken from Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount, as reported in Matthew 7:12 and Luke 6:31). The Golden Rule boils down to three simple thoughts: One should treat others as one… Continue Reading →

Racism- Kids against Kids

Today we see another story about abuse … because one kid, right here in New Hampshire, didn’t like the color of another kid’s skin. How is this possible? These kids had to have learned this attitude from someone they respect…. Continue Reading →

NH Budget 2018-2019

Look at these budget proposals: NH Reps run on the promise that they will fix the opioid crisis. NH homeowners want property tax relief. NH Businesses want improved infrastructure. (They aren’t asking for tax cuts!) Young adults and young families… Continue Reading →

This is what a winner looks like!

Congratulations to Meghan Mulvey! Photo from: http://sau57.org/shs-athletics I was honored to be part of the process of selecting this year’s recipient of the Fran Brennan Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded annually by the Salem Democratic Town Committee to a high school senior. This… Continue Reading →

Salem Family Resources Breakfast

  Today was the Annual Breakfast Fundraiser for Salem Family Resources — Success By 6. The more I see of this organization, the more impressed I am! Salem Family Resources has a vision: “Every Child a Successful Child.” SFR’s goals… Continue Reading →

Business Roundtable Discussion

In May, my running mates (Carla Billingham and Sean Lewis) and I had the opportunity to visit with the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce and BIA (Business and Industry Association). BIA organized Round Table Discussions in nine different locations across the state, to determine what the… Continue Reading →

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