Small businesses are the back bone of New Hampshire. We need to reduce regulations and other restrictions that inhibit the growth of our businesses. Businesses should be be able to grow, expand and export beyond our borders.
NH must re-open for business without invasive emergency regulations unless the statutory regulatory process is followed. The governor shouldn’t be creating regulations to control every business and activity in the state. This does not respect the separation of power required by our constitution.
Public hearings must to be held to give ample opportunity for the public to comment. Only then may regulations be approved by the legislature.
NH citizens have the right to keep and bear arms.
It is inaccurate to suggest that the second amendment was designed to allow firearms ownership only for the purpose of hunting. Standing your ground and protecting your family, property and state is not hunting. I own and carry firearms because our fore fathers fought for that right, knowing “a well regulated militia being necessary to a free state.” While I may not be a candidate for draft into the militia, I will go if necessary. In the meantime, I will defend myself, my family and my property. It is a fact that an armed citizen is more likely to stop an attack than provoke one.
All men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Life is precious and should be protected, respected, and honored. There should be no discrimination in our society. Respect and tolerance for all is the goal.
Every child deserves an education that allows them to achieve their God-given potential. There is no one size fits all approach for our children. Parents need a voice in how their child is educated and whether their child requires any health considerations.
Our children are the future. Families are the basic unit of society. Parents should be respected as the primary authority for raising children.
No state income tax
No state sales tax
Signed the Taxpayers Protection Pledge
Constitution and Bill of Rights
Our Founding Fathers insisted on the inclusion of a Bill of Rights in the Federal and Constitution to protect our God given rights. Each of these rights is inherent and essential. The second amendment is as essential as the first, and each of the remaining eight. We must fight to keep them all, especially the second amendment.
Every worker in New Hampshire is essential under the Bill of Rights. Each and every one of us is guaranteed equal treatment under the law.
I will advocate for and sign a bill to repeal RSA 4:45, the unconstitutional emergency powers law. We must not ever allow the Legislature to shirk its duty. The New Hampshire Constitution grants only to the General Court the power to make and suspend the laws, not a Governor who would be our master.
I will veto any omnibus bills the Democrats have taken to passing, even when there is good in them. The New Hampshire tradition of one issue, one bill, ensures the accountability of both individual General Court members and the Legislature as a whole.
Those who put their lives on the line to protect and defend us deserve our respect and support at every level. New Hampshire’s Police Academy is premier in the nation.
We have a constitution to guide us. It was written to protect our God-given rights. Our government was designed to ensure that we are not ruled over by a few men, but that we the people are guaranteed the ability to exercise our liberties.
Our elected officials are there to serve the people they represent. They need to be held accountable. Eternal vigilance must be encouraged. Transparency is essential. Every effort must be made to inform the people so they can make logical decisions for themselves.
We must maintain the sovereignty of our state. We are the United States of America not the United State of America.
Health care is best when delivered directly between the patient and their doctor. Eliminating the third party makes it more affordable and accessible to all.
When patients are financially responsible to pay their provider, they are able to shop for the best value. Purchasing catastrophic insurance or joining a medical sharing program should be available options for the unexpected crisis.
Health care is about individual responsibility. Individuals need to make good choices to nurture, exercise, and treat their bodies with respect.
Informed consent must be respected. Patients should be informed of all ingredients in their treatment, whether it is a medication or a vaccination. Individual decisions should be respected. Our bodies. Our Choice. Individuals should decide what will be introduced into their bodies.
What would you have done differently than Sununu with COVD-19?
I trust the people of NH. Give them the information and what actions could be taken. Then allow the people to decide the best course of action for their situations. The people are the source of government. The constitution delegates to the elected officials what they may do for the people.
No restrictions on HCQ. No lockdowns. No masks (Face coverings remove identities and are not effective against the coronavirus. Additionally, they cause more harm to the individual when used improperly and for the wrong reasons.) We would have been addressing those who were most vulnerable. However, not the government takeover, but rather sharing the important information.
The Emergency Powers Act is an unconstitutional law IMO. Therefore, as Governor it would have been my responsibility to refuse to use RSA 4:45.
Ready To Support Karen