Business Economist And Industry Shill Now Chair Of Health Economics At UNH
The University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics just hired one of the business industry’s biggest shills in the fight against raising the … Continue reading
Reaching Out To Millennials And Drawing Them Into Your Campaign
Millennials will play an important role in the next few elections. To find out how we can engage them in the political process we need to understand how Millennials feel. What do they value? What are their goals? Only after we begin to grasp where Millennials stand on major issues … Continue reading
More False Attacks From Kelly Ayotte’s Special Interest Backers
Kelly Ayotte’s Discredited Washington Special Interest Backers Launch More Desperate and Completely Baseless Attacks
CONCORD – Kelly Ayotte’s discredited Washington special interest backers launched two new baseless attack ads, continuing their vile and false efforts to politicize the heroin and opioid epidemic while also misleading Granite … Continue reading
At AARP Forum, Hassan Highlights Her Commitment to Protecting Social Security, Unlike Ayotte
MANCHESTER – Yesterday, Governor Maggie Hassan spoke at the AARP New Hampshire U.S. Senate Forum, highlighting her commitment to protecting and strengthening Social Security for years to come and preventing special interests from preying on seniors’ hard earned benefits.
“As Governor, I have always fought to support New … Continue reading
Van Ostern Pushes For Expanding Renewable Energy While Sununu Continues To Deny Science
Van Ostern Contrasts His Record Of Supporting Solar And Renewable Energy Projects
With Chris Sununu’s Steadfast Opposition To Renewable Energy Jobs
DURHAM, N.H. – Today, Colin Van Ostern, Democratic nominee for Governor, toured the Oyster River Forest Solar Array in Lee, where he … Continue reading
Leo W Gerard: Morning In America Delivered By Democrats
Nine years after the Great Recession began during the tax- and regulation-slashing Bush administration, some startlingly good economic news arrived from Washington, D.C., last week.
The incomes of typical Americans rose in 2015 by 5.2 percent, the first significant boost to middle-class pay since the end of the … Continue reading
Senator Ayotte’s War On Women’s Health And Reproductive Rights
Senator Kelly Ayotte claims to be standing up for Granite State women but her votes on the “Blunt Amendment”, the Affordable Care Act, and Planned Parenthood tell a very different tale.
Over the last five years in Washington, Sen. Ayotte voted six times to defund Planned Parenthood, which provides critical … Continue reading
UNIONS MATTER: The American Worker, Labor Day, & the Importance of Unions!
By Steven Weiner for Unions Matter
I am a labor activist who loves unions, and was proud to be a Local 2627, DC 37, AFSCME Executive Board member and Shop Steward. My union fought for the benefits we now enjoy from the New York City Department of … Continue reading
Union Members Don't Love Donald Trump As He Claims
Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, bragged about his “tremendous support within unions.” “The workers love me,” he claimed.
The Donald likely would be looking for love in all the wrong places if he campaigned in some deep western Kentucky union halls.
GOP Gubernatorial Candidates To Push 'Right To Work' On NH Once Again
As Yogi Berra once put it, “It’s like Déjà vu, all over again.”
The Republican Gubernatorial primary candidates just showed how out of touch they are with working families. WMUR reported this week at all of the GOP candidates for New Hampshire’s Governor came out in strong in support of the so-called Right To Work legislation.
UBER's Sharing Economy Is A New Name For Exploiting Workers
Uber and the “sharing economy” may be the biggest economic lie since “Right to Work.”
The sharing economy is a fraud, a sham, a corporate marketing stunt to get people who believe that by using “on-demand” apps is somehow helping workers and not feeding the greedy capitalistic system.