By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The New Hampshire city of Keene is suing "Robin Hood and His Merry Men" — a group that has made a name for itself by putting coins in people's parking meters before parking enforcement agents can slap them with a ticket.
"President Obama has officially decided I am NOT being deported." So tweets hoity-toity CNN host Piers Morgan, the centerpiece of a public White House petition calling for his deportation, British accent and all.
Behold, some White House intrigue in New Hampshire: Security for President Obama's campaign stop in Durham on Monday was set to cost the heavily Democratic little town a big fat $20,000. But alas. The president's campaign refused to pick up the tab.
Only six candidates will step up to their glittering lecterns during the 19th Republican presidential debate, airing Saturday night on ABC from Manchester, N.H.
The polls show Republican voters in New Hampshire seem to prefer Mitt Romney in the presidential election, but earlier this month, the state's largest paper issued a high-profile endorsement of his chief rival, Newt Gingrich.
He's still plotting an aggressive campaign schedule across several states, but Herman Cain also has begun to outline a possible exit strategy from the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
The hawkish charms and institutional knowledge of presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich are besting the perfect hair and stately mien of rival Mitt Romney among those alarmed by the edgy state of things.
New Hampshire's largest newspaper on Sunday endorsed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in the 2012 GOP presidential race, signaling that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney isn't the universal favorite and potentially resetting the contest before the state's leadoff primary Jan. 10.
IndyCar racing won't be returning next year to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
With no clear front-runner in the Republican field, New Hampshire's first debate of the primary campaign season on Monday will provide a platform for all of the candidates to introduce — in some cases reintroduce — themselves to voters and to begin to lay out the reasons why they are a cut above the rest of the pack.
Yes, there are limits, even in the blogosphere. The satirical political blog Wonkette.com has offered a formal apology from writer Jack Stuef and deleted his recent posting about Trig Palin.