General Don Bolduc interviewed in The New Yorker

General Bolduc was recently featured in an interview in The New Yorker magazine.

Across the country, candidates who support Donald Trump’s false claims about the 2020 election are running for office, promising to replace fellow-Republicans who went along with certifying last year’s results. Republicans are favored to take back both houses of Congress in 2022 and tighten their grip on state houses, raising urgent questions about whether the Party, which largely proved unwilling to support Donald Trump’s push to overturn the election last year, might be more amenable to doing so in 2024.

One of those candidates is Don Bolduc, a retired Army general and the only Republican who has declared his candidacy for next year’s U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire against the Democratic incumbent, Maggie Hassan… Read more by clicking on one of these links.

Here is the link to the New Yorker website

And, here is a link to a pdf of the article.

NOTE: PARC does not endorse any candidate until the general election. We don’t take sides in primaries. But, we do want people to be informed on the candidates which is why we publish this.



Dessert with Friends Meeting Dates – All meetings start at 7:00 PM at the American Legion hall in Ashland, NH

All meetings start at 7:00 PM at the American Legion hall in Ashland, NH – Come early to mingle and chat with like-minded patriots.

Here’s a list of upcoming meetings.  Put them in your book now!

October 14, 2021 First in a series “How to talk to a liberal”  this one on climate change.  Presentation and workshop by PARC Board member and meteorologist, Bob Hatcher.

November 11, 2021 Mark Alliegro NH State Rep District 7. New Hampshire bills: The good, the bad and the ugly.

Past meetings

September 9, 2021 Panel discussion on the Convention of States

June 10, 2021 General Don Bolduc – candidate for US Senate and PARC Board of Directors elections

May 13, 2021  Pam Tucker, Vice Chair, NH Republican Party

April 8, 2021 Frank Edelblut, NH Commissioner of Educations

March 18, 2021 Inaugural Dessert with Friends


Critical Race Theory – Why you should be outraged and what you can do about it.

If you don’t subscribe to Imprimus, from Hillsdale College you are missing an enormous opportunity to keep yourself informed.  (To subscribe and read the full editorial, click this link.)

This month’s editorial is on Critical Race Theory, What it is and how to fight it.  Here are some excerpts, but I encourage you to read the entire article.

CRT is a descendent of Marxism.  Classic Marxism poised the “Haves” (i.e. Capitalists) against the “Have Nots” (i.e. the workers.  Since that concept didn’t work in America because of our culture of entrepreneurship, the left subsititued “The Oppressed” for the “Have Not” and the “Oppressors” for the “Haves”.  This is the concept of identity politics pitting blacks versus whites, men against women, gays versus straights, etc.  By their definition, if you were not part of an oppressed class, you were an oppressor.  Here are three examples of how this is being taught in schools:

  1. In Cupertino, California, an elementary school forced first-graders to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities and rank themselves according to their “power and privilege.”
  2. in Springfield, Missouri, a middle school forced teachers to locate themselves on an “oppression matrix” based on the idea that straight, white, english-speaking, Christian males are members of the oppressor class and must atone for their privilege and “covert white supremacy”
  3. In Philadelphia, an elementary school forced fifth graders to celebrate “Black Communism” and simulate a Black Power rally to free 1960s radical Angela Davis from prison.

According to a recent Gallup poll, 77 percent of conservatives are afraid to share their political beliefs publicly.  This has to stop.  We can’t live in fear.  Choose courage.  Get engaged.

It’s easy to stop a lone dissenter; it’s much harder to stop 10, 20 or 100 who stand up for American principles.  PARC is putting together a team of people who will write letters to politicians and Letters to the Editor of newspapers.  To be put on that list, send an email to secretary@plymoutharearepublians.or.


May 13, 2021 meeting. Pam Tucker will speak on the state of the GOP in NH

Last month’s session with Commissioner of Education, Mr. Frank Edelblut was almost a sell-out. We are gaining momemtum with every meeting. Don’t be shut out to hear about the future of the GOP in New Hampshire.

For our event THIS THURSDAY, May 13 we’re lucky to have TWO speakers!

Our main speaker for this Dessert With Friends event will be Ms. Pam Tucker, the current Vice Chair of the NH Republican Party.

Pam Tucker

Pam will speak to the current state of the NHGOP, its vision for 2022 and the plan to get more conservatives elected. Pam is an activist involved in identifying and recruiting future leaders for New Hampshire. One of Pam’s greatest passions is identifying and developing women to become leaders of change for the future.


In addition, State Rep Mark Alliegro, of Campton.

Mark Alliegro

Mark Alliegro will update us on how the NH House is reacting to Critical Race Theory. Mark’s committee held hearings on HB 544 and has first-hand knowledge. (That’s the bill addressing CRT teaching in our schools, workplaces).


Dessert With Friends is a monthly gathering of like-minded conservative Americans who stand for liberty and the Constitution. We serve coffee, decaf, soda, cookies, cakes at the Ashland American Legion **.

If all politics are local, you can’t get any more local than this! Have your questions ready, leave better-informed than when you arrived. PARC is working hard to Keep New Hampshire Great and continues our string of interesting and relevant speakers.

Speakers will begin at 7.00 PM and we’ll finish up by 8.00 PM, but come early to register, chat, and network with old friends and other like-minded people.

PARC Members: $5.00 Non Member: $10.00*** Space is limited so please RSVP!

You can become a member either on our website and save $5.00 by clicking the button below, or print out the member application HERE and bring it with you.

Click here to become a member and save $5.00

** Directions to the American Legion

*** An admission fee goes toward the cost of your delicious dessert!


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January, 2021 – Op-Ed by Senate President


In case you missed it, this weekend the Union Leader published an Op-Ed by Senate President Chuck Morse and Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley discussing the Republican “Rebuilding a Stronger New Hampshire” 2021 Action Plan!

Read the Op-Ed below and check out our full 2021 Action Plan here!

Thank you,

The NH Senate Republicans

Chuck Morse and Jeb Bradley: Agenda for 2021 is rebuilding a strong NH

Jan 24, 2021

2020 was an incredibly difficult year for all New Hampshire residents. We are blessed to have had so many people from all over our state step up in these challenging times to care for their friends and neighbors, to protect the public health and keep our economy largely open.

Under Governor Chris Sununu’s able and consistent leadership, state government responded to the crisis of the pandemic and will continue to do so. As we prepare for the 2021 legislative session in the Senate, which is now under Republican leadership, we look forward to continuing to work with the governor as well as our Democratic colleagues.

Keeping New Hampshire residents safe and healthy must remain our top priority until the pandemic has abated. We support the governor’s efforts to build a comprehensive testing network, assure supplies of protective gear and hospital capacity and now ramp up distribution of vaccines. We also recognize each of us has a responsibility to protect the health of our neighbors by wearing masks and socially distancing. Lastly we will continue to work with the governor to ensure distribution of federal stimulus funds to hard hit businesses and employees.

While New Hampshire’s unemployment has dropped significantly, many people and businesses are still struggling with financial stress caused by the pandemic. Now is not the time to raise taxes on hard-working men and women. Prior to the pandemic, lower business taxes and workers compensation cost had made our state more competitive. That needs to continue if we are going to get people back to work and grow our economy.

We also need to continue to reduce regulatory burdens and work for lower health care costs through associated health plans to also spur job creation.

We must always remember that New Hampshire’s lack of an income tax, sales tax and capital gains tax has not only protected hard-working taxpayers, it has also led to a better job climate than any state in the Northeast.

Creating a state budget that does not raise taxes while providing the resources to bipartisan priorities such as mental health and substance abuse prevention, child protection and education funding will be a key priority. Another priority will be continued assistance to property taxpayers through aid to municipalities and building upon the new resources in the past budget for education funding. We will further protect property taxpayers by rejecting the reintroduction of donor towns. The strong economy produced record revenues prior to the pandemic and restoring that economy must be a priority.

The pandemic has taught us a lot about education and the way children learn. Remote and hybrid learning has shown that education does not need to exist in a one-size-fits-all schoolhouse. We will give greater opportunities to all New Hampshire children and parents to choose the education that best fits the student. That means support for public charter schools, establishing Education Savings Accounts, providing adequacy funding for home-schooled students, targeted aid for special education students in small school districts, and grants for kindergarten.

New Hampshire is one of the safest states in the country and it is up to us to ensure that we remain that way. Police departments must have the resources they need to protect our communities. Our bail system must not allow repeat offenders to avoid prosecution and now allow release of violent offenders.

Other priorities include funding for clean water projects and wastewater projects, resources for affordable housing and homelessness, broadband deployment and a truly voluntary family leave plan not funded by an income tax.

While New Hampshire has thankfully escaped the controversy of other states’ election problems, we will build upon previous reforms such as voter ID to ensure that everyone with a right to vote in New Hampshire can in fact do so in a transparent and honest manner.

We have an opportunity to bring New Hampshire back from the pandemic in better shape than ever and that’s exactly what we plan to do. We approach this responsibility with humility but look forward to overcoming the challenges ahead and making a positive impact on the lives of Granite Staters.

Sen. Chuck Morse (R-Salem) represents District 22. Sen. Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) represents District 3.