How long will it be before President Clinton,
reveling in his recent success, does something inappropriate and stupid?
Did Republicans create their present dilemma
when they allowed Newt Gingrich to retain his job after he admitted to
submitting "inaccurate, incomplete and misleading information"
to a special prosecutor and using tax-free funds to promote Republican
Have New Hampshire Republicans become as captive
of the far right as national Democrats were captives of the left in the
60s, resulting in candidates who can win in the primaries but are
too extreme to win the election?
When will the state legislature help schools
deal with disengaged and disruptive students who require a disproportional
amount of our schools resources?
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that
Presidents can be sued while in office, will each new President face a
series of politically motivated civil suits, with the accompanying "discovery"
investigations where perjury traps can be set?
How did such weak candidates for governor
as Ovide Lamontaine and Jay Lucas beat out stronger candidates in the
primaries like Bill Zeliff and Jim Rubens?
Can Gov. Shaheen and the Senate Democrats
participate in the governance of the state as well as they ran for office?
How can New Hampshire politicians continue
to support a constitutional amendment as the answer to the Claremont decision
when two non-controversial amendments were overwhelmingly rejected in
the recent election?
How will Gov. Jeanne Shaheen solve the school
funding conundrum without a new broad base tax?
Why is it that the New Hampshire State University
system is cutting programs, laying off staff and raising student tuition,
while Massachusetts is reducing tuition for the fourth consecutive year?
Will the Republicans allow the Democrats to
institute a broad-based tax to solve the school funding problem then accuse
them of levying "the greatest tax burden in the history of New Hampshire"
to regain power and rule uninterrupted for another 75 years?
Why has the average score of New Hampshire
tenth grade students dropped each of the past two years, despite an ever
increasing number of schools who teach to the test?
Why hasnt someone suggested a broad-base tax whose revenues must be returned to the cities and towns and used only for education spending?