Unity in diversity

Unity in diversity

Yesterday was a big outreach day for me. The morning started with a Right to Know NH board meeting, where we discussed proposed bills to improve government transparency, and thus accountability. The current lack of transparency and the unacceptable level of redaction of public information is a growing negative trend
Balance is a good thing, in life and in government

Balance is a good thing, in life and in government

On Saturday night, Louis and I went to see Radiohead at TD Stadium (pictured). How is this relevant to my race, you might ask. Well... let me tell you... I learned the hard way that balance in life is a good thing. That "balance" is not something that just "magically
Voluntary is always better than force

Voluntary is always better than force

Do you agree or disagree with this statement? "Forcing someone to pay for something they don't want, is tyranny." It comes from this clip by the consistently pro-market John Stossel in response to yesterday's landmark labor union case, Janus vs. AFSCME, in which the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that nonunion
A future senator goes to PorcFest XV

A future senator goes to PorcFest XV

I spent last week in the stunning White Mountains of New Hampshire, one of my favorite places, at one of my favorite events, the 15th annual Porcupine Freedom Festival, hosted by the Free State Project. Read about my experience at Shire Liberty News. "The non-aggression principle (stated differently, The Golden
Can we still take a joke?

Can we still take a joke?

Even future senators get an evening off! Last night, together with friends (and literal neighbors), I met my husband, Louis, at the Wang Theatre in Boston to see Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart, with surprise opener, SNL's Michael Che. "What???" you say. "Why would you go see a bunch of
Walk the walk

Walk the walk

If you are going to talk the talk, as I do, about private, free market and voluntary solutions to society's challenges, then you must walk the walk, too. This past Sunday, I was delighted to join my fellow Manchester Republicans to participate in the Walk Against Hunger. We raised $1,
Positions

Positions

The best way to serve the greater good is, above all, to protect the smallest minority, the individual... YOU. It's the economy, stupid* *You are not stupid, but boy, the laws coming out of the legislature often are. The best way to stimulate the economy and to create jobs is