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Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 @ 4:22PM

Jim Adams: Freedom, Sacrifice, and the National Anthem

Another View — Jim Adams: Freedom, sacrifice, and the National Anthem by Jim Adams The freedom and rights of the American people are second to none in the world. However, that freedom came at a very high price. Since the American Revolution, the men and women of this great nation…

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Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 @ 12:11AM

Why We Have the Executive Council

By Jim Adams The Executive Council exists to prevent costly mistakes like the present train wreck – the State Liquor Commission (SLC) Warehouse mess. I have to disagree with the opinion piece in August of 2106 by a liquor broker extolling the virtues of the State Liquor Commission’s controversial warehouse…

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Saturday, March 31st, 2018 @ 12:04AM

Liquor Commission Law Suit Could Cost Millions

by Jim Adams Many people in NH ask what exactly does the Executive Council (EC) do in State Government? This expensive nightmare unfolding regarding the lawsuits brought forward by the unsuccessful bidders regarding the 20 year, $200,000 million liquor warehouse is a prime example of what happens when agencies are…

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Saturday, June 11th, 2016 @ 7:38PM

Can the U.S. Postal Service Be Saved?

by Jim Adams The answer is a resounding YES! The oldest Government entity has been through a great deal over the last 239 years. And the worst time in its storied history has been the last seven years, largely through no fault of its own. A bi-partisan piece of legislation…

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Monday, June 6th, 2016 @ 5:45PM

A Lesson From The Past: A Possible Fix For The Affordable Care Act

by Jim Adams The 18th amendment, the National Prohibition Act, went into effect January 1920. This Act was a culmination of many years of relentless lobbying of Congress. During the mid-1800’s through 1919, the Temperance movement, in conjunction with numerous religious groups, the Methodist being the most prominent, “convinced elected…

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Monday, June 6th, 2016 @ 12:06PM

Citizens Should Decide Elections

by Jim Adams Recently the State Senate took the teeth out of a well-thought out approach to make certain New Hampshire voters decided the outcome of New Hampshire elections. They took this action as the Attorney General’s Office is investigating the thousands of people that completed voter affidavits stating that…

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