New contact info for N.H.’s federal reps

Update to the Hundred Days assignments: our federal representatives have been sworn in, and here are the ways to contact them. U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen To send an email, use the contact form on her Senate web page: http://www.shaheen.senate.gov/contact/contact-jeanne Washington, D.C. office: 506 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington DC 20510, phone 202-224-2841. Sen. Shaheen has six… Read More New contact info for N.H.’s federal reps

N.H. 1st Congressional District: remembering a Shea-Porter letter

In New Hampshire’s First Congressional district, incumbent Frank Guinta is facing former Member of Congress Carol Shea-Porter. This is the fourth time the two have gone head-to-head for the seat, with Shea-Porter holding a 2-1 edge. Looking strictly at his pro-life record, Guinta has voted to keep taxpayers out of the abortion industry’s business, with… Read More N.H. 1st Congressional District: remembering a Shea-Porter letter

Protecting Obamacare at all costs: Shea-Porter, free pills, and religious liberty

Originally published on this blog October 1, 2013. It remains timely, with Ms. Shea-Porter on the ballot once again next Tuesday. On the How They’re Doing in D.C. scoreboard, I hereby give a point to Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter for answering her mail promptly. I then deduct ten for the content of her message. As a… Read More Protecting Obamacare at all costs: Shea-Porter, free pills, and religious liberty

Shutting down government to protect the Mandate: Shea-Porter, free pills, and religious liberty

On the How They’re Doing in D.C. scoreboard, I hereby give a point to Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter for answering her mail promptly. I then deduct ten for the content of her message. As a resident of New Hampshire’s First Congressional district, I emailed Shea-Porter as a “government shutdown” loomed, involving funding for the president’s health… Read More Shutting down government to protect the Mandate: Shea-Porter, free pills, and religious liberty

Where do NH Congresswomen stand on late-term abortion? They’ll vote tomorrow

I’ll be emailing my Congressional representative this afternoon. Carol Shea-Porter (D-NH1) and her colleagues will vote tomorrow on HR 1797, the awkwardly-named Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. I call it the Gosnell Prevention Act. Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster (D-NH2) could use some attention as well. Basically, the bill was written to stop abortions on preborn… Read More Where do NH Congresswomen stand on late-term abortion? They’ll vote tomorrow

Time for NH’s Congressional Delegation to Affirm the First Amendment

The President and the federal department of Health and Human Services, emboldened by the pathetic retreat on this issue by most Republican candidates for office last fall, are still pushing the HHS mandate as part of the “Affordable” Care Act. Cosmetic tweaks have not improved it. If an individual has religious objections to contraception, sterilization,… Read More Time for NH’s Congressional Delegation to Affirm the First Amendment