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Best of the Web Today: Judd Gregg Was Right
It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. In February 2009 a new Democratic president reached across party lines and nominated a Republican senator, New Hampshire's Judd Gregg, as commerce secretary.
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Wed Apr 09, 2014
Editorial: Civil discourse yields solutions
There wasn't much debate at Peterborough's Deliberative Session on Tuesday evening - when 66 registered voters gathered at the Town House - but there were examples of civil discourse when it came to the one article about which voters had something to say: the petition article calling for a New Hampshire resolution to get big money out of politics.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Judd Gregg Slams 'Deceptive' 7M Obamacare Enrollment Figure
Former New Hampshire Gov. Judd Gregg has called President Barack Obama's claim that 7 million Americans have signed up for Obamacare "a breathtakingly deceptive declaration."
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Judd Gregg: Gerrymandering, Media, Internet, Obama Responsible for Gridlock
Politically drawn House districts, the increased influence of social media, an agenda driven media, and a polarizing president have all led to the gridlock in Washington, Judd Gregg writes.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Judd Gregg: O-Care can't fool the people
It has been interesting to watch President Obama eviscerate his own healthcare program in order to protect members of his party from the rightful wrath of Americans who are seeing their health insurance and healthcare dismantled.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Obama Administration Misfires with Foreign and Fiscal Policies, Former Sen. Gregg Says
The Obama administration is fumbling diplomatically in its response to the growing threat to Ukraine, as well as holding back the economic recovery with its faulty fiscal policies, former U.S. Republican Sen. Judd Gregg told attendees at the recent Atlantic Economy Summit.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Sen. Wyden's problem
Sen. Ron Wyden has a problem. The new chairman of the Senate Finance Committee brought his infectious enthusiasm for tax reform to the debate only to find that many in Washington, D.C. have already declared tax reform politically dead.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Former senators go nuclear
Former Sens. Evan Bayh and Judd Gregg are getting behind an industry-backed effort to raise the profile of nuclear energy and highlight the risks of closing power plants.