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New Hampshire Republicans affirm pro-life, pro-marriage platform

September 26, 2014

The New Hampshire Republican Party held its convention last weekend with more than 400 delegates in attendance. The delegates voted to strengthen the already-good pro-life language in the platform. On marriage, an effort to remove reference to one-man-one-woman marriage failed. Here are a few highlights: The delegates adopted this courageous, positive statement about marriage: “Recognize […]

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2014 Voter Guide

September 9, 2014

Cornerstone Action’s 2014 voter guide is available through this link and can be downloaded in PDF form.

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New Hampshire’s Education Tax credit law remains in effect, helping New Hampshire students

August 28, 2014

The New Hampshire Supreme Court today left the education tax credit law in place, in the case of Duncan et al. v. State of New Hampshire et al. Cornerstone’s Executive Director Bryan McCormack had this to say about the decision.“Every New Hampshire child has won today. In upholding the Education Tax Credit law, the New […]

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Beyond “Smarter Balance”: Protecting Student Privacy

September 14, 2014

The new Common Core Standards (CCSS) have generated controversy around the country.  In a recent Huffington Post article, “How the Common Core Lost Teacher Support”, Peter Green explains why support among teachers is plummeting.   Green highlights the numerous reasons why teachers are seeing significant problems associated with this latest education reform fad. Within this latest […]

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Truth in Labeling: Beyond the Party Symbols

August 26, 2014

Quick – how do you recognize a pro-life, pro-family, pro-religious-liberty candidate? Trick question. There is no “quick” way.  But doesn’t party affiliation do the sorting for us? No.  Remember that five of the sponsors of New Hampshire’s “buffer zone” law are Democrats, and three are Republicans. Casinos and their social costs were kept out of New […]

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Freedom and equality under the law for all

March 31, 2014

Freedom and equality under the law for all. In New Hampshire, we sometimes take this for granted. But our state constitution says that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied to anyone on account of race, creed, color, sex, or national origin. Yet twenty-three New Hampshire senators seemingly want to pick and […]

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