Dessert With Friends – August 11, 2022

As we approach election season in the fall, with the primary on September 13 and the general election on November 8, 2022, we will have several meetings devoted to hearing from and asking questions to candidates running for office.  Note that it is PARC’s position not to endorse any candidate prior to the primary election.  We want a fair and balanced process.

So, on August 11, 2022, we are pleased to hear from two candidates. Lily Tang Williams and Bob Burns who are candidates for the United States House trying to unseat Annie Kuster

Each candidate will have 30 minutes to tell us why they’re the best person for the job. There will be time for questions.

Ashland American Legion.
6:30 refreshments and networking.
7:00 presentations start.

 

Dessert With Friends – July 14, 2022 – a special showing of Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” – Special time, 6.30 PM

At last, bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza exposes the powerful evidence of voting fraud that you were told didn’t exist. Also, a major motion picture documentary.

THE FIX WAS IN

The 2020 presidential election was rife with fraud orchestrated by the Democratic Party. That’s not just an accusation; it’s now, thanks to bestselling author and investigative journalist Dinesh D’Souza, an established fact. With eyewitness testimony and the pinpoint precision and analytic sophistication of the forensic technique of geotracking, D’Souza demonstrates how an already corrupt system put in place by Democratic Party hacks and “community organizers” was taken over and supercharged by national-level operatives to produce massive voter fraud.

The key figure: the mule. A paid cut-out. A criminal deliveryman. The stooge found at the intersection where election cheating and double-dealing hit the road. The mule is the crook who physically takes a sack of ballots provided by shady NGOs and political machines—the “community activist organizations” made famous by former President Obama, for instance—and, like some nefarious Johnny Appleseed, dumps those ballots in collection boxes throughout a voting district. Do enough of this, and you have planted voter fraud across a nation.

Documentary filmmaker extraordinaire and bestselling author of America, Death of a Nation, and United States of Socialism, Dinesh D’Souza exposes powerful evidence of the colossal voting racketeering that you were told didn’t exist. Here you will find the receipts—the transcripts and confirmatory details—for the facts establishing 2020 election fraud presented in D’Souza’s major motion picture documentary, 2,000 Mules. D’Souza makes a powerful argument that 2020 was a stolen election. More important, D’Souza proves it.

Parental Bill of Rights defeated by these NH House “Republicans”

HB-1431 – Parents’ Bill of Rights was defeated on May 26, 2022.  (The link includes the text of the bill.)

The following 13 Republicans voted against the bill, and one other was present but did not vote.

  • Joe Alexander
  • James Allard
  • Mike Bordes
  • Joe Depalma – Grafton County
  • Debra DeSimone
  • Ned Gordon – Grafton County
  • John Graham
  • Joseph Guthrie
  • Bonnie Ham – Grafton County
  • James Mason
  • Kim Rice
  • Claire Rouillard
  • John Sytek
  • Dan Wolf
  • Jodi Nelson did not vote.

Among other things, the Bill provided that parents had…

(a) The right to direct the education and care of his or her minor child.
b) The right to direct the upbringing and the moral or religious training of his or her minor child.
(c) The right to apply to enroll his or her minor child in a public school or, as an alternative to public education, a private school, including a religious school, a home education program, or other available options, as authorized by law.
(d) The right to access and review all school records relating to his or her minor child, pursuant to RSA 189:66, IV.
(e) The right to be notified promptly if an employee of the state, any of its political subdivisions, or any other governmental entity has a reasonable basis to believe that a criminal offense has been committed against his or her minor child, unless the incident has first been reported to law enforcement or the bureau of child protective services and notifying the parent would impede the investigation.

March 25, 2022 – Update from State Rep Jeff Greeson

March 25, 2022 – Update from State Rep Jeff Greeson

The House was in session for three days the week of March 12, 2022 – it was grueling!  In the end, we got a lot of good things accomplished, and I am delighted to rattle off some of those victories.

1) We voted to repeal HB-1165 – the Granite State Family Leave Plan – by a vote of 172-164.  This was the program that got stuffed into the budget trailer bill last year that would provide a tax-payer paid-for benefit to the 11,000 state employees at a cost that is still unknown.

2) We passed (179-153) HB-1337, relative to the duration of time a person can draw unemployment benefits.  This bill ties the maximum duration for drawing unemployment benefits to the unemployment rate.  This would encourage people to get back into the workforce quicker and thereby also help reduce businesses unemployment insurance costs.

3) We passed HB-1194 (183-146) to make it more difficult for municipalities to override tax caps.  This bill would require a 2/3 majority instead of a simple majority.

4) We also passed HB-1667 (205-127) to expand the definition of a veteran to include National Guardsmen and Reservists for the purposes of obtaining veterans tax credits.

5) We voted to protect NH residents who work remotely for out-of-state companies from having to pay taxes on their income by passing HB-1221 (177-141).

6) We passed HB-1459 (167-145) to begin establishing the proper mechanism for the recycling of solar panels.

7) We defeated multiple efforts to eliminate or gut Education Freedom Accounts – HB-1669, HB-1672, HB-1683).  I think the key take-away is that Democrats HATE the idea of parents being able to make choices regarding their children’s education.

8) We passed several bills that regard parents’ rights.  HB-1434 (availability of curricula materials), HB-1431 (Parents Bill of Rights), HB-1280 (vaccine freedom), and many others.

9) We passed several bills related to professional licensing.  HB-1171 exempts certain niche beauty services from license requirements; HB-1330 relative to the board of registration of medical technicians; HB-1560 relative to non-resident licensure by the board of barbering, cosmetology, and esthetics.   These are all designed to help people get going in their chosen professions.  These unnecessary licensing requirements have proven to be great hindrances to the job market for many people.

10) We passed HB-1022 (183-159) permitting pharmacists to dispense Ivermectin via a standing order.

11) We passed HB-1439 so people will not be left alone to die in hospitals.

12) We passed several other bills related to medical freedom.

13) We passed a repeal of the “buffer zone law”.

14) And one of the most important victories – despite a ferocious attempt to completely repeal of dismantle the Fetal Life Protection Act, we passed on a voice vote to pass HB-1673 with an amendment that keeps the Act in place and clarifies the language pertaining to the ultrasound provision.