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‘Right-to-work’ movement claims victory in Missouri, eyes NH next

Republican Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation on Monday making Missouri the latest “right-to-work” state, as the growing movement sets its sights next on New Hampshire – hoping to break into one of the labor unions’ last remaining strongholds. Legislation advancing in the New Hampshire capital, if approved, would make the state the first in the

Why Trump won’t get dumped in Cleveland #AmericaFirst

Many delegates were elected precisely to support Donald Trump. | Getty Anti-Trump zealots fantasizing about dumping Donald Trump at the national convention in Cleveland couldn’t have asked for riper conditions: Trump is historically unpopular. He’s ripping apart traditional Republican alliances. He’s running an error-prone, poorly funded campaign. GOP leaders can’t stomach his candidacy. There’s one

Ex-Mass. US Sen. Brown launches NH Senate bid

 In a move cheered by Republicans nationwide, former Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Scott Brown on Friday declared he wants to “to stop complaining and get involved again” by formally joining the race against Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Brown’s decision gives the GOP a top-tier contender who, win or lose come November, helps his party’s national

On guns and more, NH Sen. Ayotte backs GOP leaders


U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte has endured sustained and sharp political attacks on New Hampshire television for voting with her Republican Party and against universal background checks on gun purchases, and Republicans close to the first-term lawmaker acknowledge that her popularity has suffered. But there’s more to it than that. The gun vote says a lot