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Not to mention that the USA has 327.2 million people - so thats 0.010085574% of people each year
- Scott Atlas   Jun 05, 2019
firearms on campus
"In the event of an active shooter incident, it might be unclear who was the shooter and who was the defender. This could have fatal consequences for innocent bystanders.”" Yes, clearly the person who is not holding a gun(A bystander) will be mistaken for an active shooter. This is really weak.
- Scott Atlas   Jun 05, 2019
local gun laws
Public venues? Do you not realize that any criminals would be SURROUNDED by armed good-guys?
- Scott Atlas   Jun 05, 2019
I agree completely. I am a prospective NH second home owner, but I probably won't be purchasing for a few more years. If a special tax is levied against non-resident owners of property, then I will likely look elsewhere. NH needs to decide if they want to attract out-of-state owners or drive them away.
- Scot Dixon   Jun 03, 2019
Yesterday I drove thru Franconia Notch and was appalled at what I saw; miles of erected signs, miles of posts tied in with rope and these barriers blocking the breakdown lane. This ruined the aesthetic appearance of the notch, provided a safety hazard by eliminating the break sown lane and generality brought the issue as to the cost of all this. Is this a ploy to increase revenue by supplying a bus service? Thsi is not the case in Pinkham, Crawford or other notches. If there is deemed a problem fix it by increasing parking, not by increasing unsightly costly barriers and signs and given the impression that it is another tax on us by charging for a bus ride. Your response would be greatly appreciated.
- Edmund Marvelli   Jun 01, 2019
I am with you Cory!!!
- Sindiswa Akinbo   May 26, 2019
No this was not the right move. I'm all for parental the permission slip from a parent to opt the student in is the best policy.
- Pamela Kendall   May 25, 2019
Lots of good things you’d like to do, but where will all the funding come from. I have a good job with excellent benefits. I do not want to be taxed to pay for someone else’s healthcare or be forced to have universal mandatory healthcare. I have friends from both England and Canada and most of them wait a very long time for care. I am happy with what I have. I am not rich. I have no retirement set aside due to many family emergencies using it all, but I’m not asking someone else to give up their hard earned money to support me. I just want truly viable answers to funding all we need. Frankly I’d rather the planned parenthood funding go to general health care or infrastructure. Planned parenthood will find private donors very willing to fund them. So many questions and needs and very few workable answers without causing the middle class to crumble under more taxes. Please give some good answers to these questions.
- Stephanie Proctor   May 25, 2019
I do not disagree with the daily near avalanche of 'robo-calls' using faked tel. numbers; often indicating a tel. number within my own county, from nearby towns. I do not answer the tel. when I see / hear a number I do not recognize. Nearly all times, no caller i.d. displays. When a name of a caller i.d. displays, I do not recognize the name. I have deleted my name from my tel. answering message. I've telephoned my tel. provider; the state consumer board; rep.s of the FCC. Nothing can curtail robocalls. No digital system; computer network; telephone network; bureaucratic labyrinth; nor residential 'protection' system can screen, divert, nor block any robocalls. This is the emergent nemesis of all of social media - Facebook sold most consumer's tel. numbers; Google garnishes customer tel. numbers with partial identity data; Instagram accompanies facial profiles with partial user identity data; & on & on. Users, government, social media monopolies have designed & widely spread this telephone contact animal. There us nothing any law, regulation, statue from any level of government, bureaucracy, user petitions can do to curtail this rampant excess.
- GariePaul D   May 21, 2019
Just starting to look through this site, this guy is the first one I read through his stances. My opinion: the $1,000 to every family is a gimmick just so he can get on the ballot. It's so little money. I'm not out of touch, it just is. $3 a day. It's far more influential on people's lives how you deal with jobs and the economy. Not to mention, he is liberal on every single social issue. Somewhere you have to show you have independent thought or it seems phony, just to get votes. I agree with many- marijuana laws, gun control, gay marriage (though it's not even an issue anymore), funding for drug rehab, and environmental issues somewhat. Abortion only if its a health risk or rape. He is for it in all circumstances- I don't care if it's her body, if she was irresponsible, and she's not at any risk, it's sick. At any stage. Even before viability. But the later it is, the sicker it gets. Also- student loans, we're already in a huge deficit. These students agreed to the terms. In exchange they get the fancy degree and long run will pay off. They did that equation at the time. Why do I have to pay for their mistake with my tax dollars? Not a chance with Yang, he seems pathetic.
- Thomas Fink   May 19, 2019


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