Tag Archives | Annie Kuster

Beyond Annoying

Why is it that all around the country Democrats have hired fund raisers whose standard spiel is one of doom and gloom? Why, in addition, do they insist on insulting the electorate, first by suggesting elections (not just some candidates) can be bought and then pushing the argument that citizens should send money so Democrats […]

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NH Congresswomen Vote For Sandy Relief Bill

Today, almost 80 days after Hurricane Sandy ripped apart much of the Northeast, Congress has finally approved the full relief package.  I am please to report that both Congresswoman Shea-Porter and Congresswoman Kuster voted for the relief bill. The bill passed today, the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013, provides relief to families and businesses […]

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About The Debates, And A Mention About My Big Brother John Splaine

Democratic candidates nationally, statewide, and locally have it so over the Republican candidates in all these debates. Okay, I’m somewhat biased, but I think that an objective view might come to the same conclusion. In the final three days of this final week before Election Day, I’ve maxed out on debate-watching. But to me it […]

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THOUGHTS ABOUT ELECTION 2012: Some Projections, And The Cuban Missile Crisis Of 1962

Here is my Herald Sunday Column, offering thoughts and projections for the November 6th election, and remembering the Cuban Missile Crisis of 50 years ago.  Let's hope.  – Jim Sunday, October 28, 2012 All It Takes Is One Election An original White House photo signed by President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. On this […]

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The Case for Contraception

For the past 25 years as an adoption attorney, I have witnessed the extraordinary courage and compassion of women – from age 14 to 40 – facing unplanned pregnancy. Not once did I believe that the government should interfere with their personal and private decision. In fact, I believe in less government interference in people’s […]

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Annie Kuster on the Lame Duck

In a letter to her campaign supporters: In the months since the election we’ve seen some steps of progress in Washington but also some troubling signs as well.   Ending ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ and passing the New START treaty on were both important acheivements- but I was disappointed that congressional Republicans unanimously refused to […]

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