Andrew Cline

Andrew Cline is the president of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, a free-market think tank in New Hampshire.

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Re: The Maoist and the Battered Wives

During the New Hampshire primary, Obama’s campaign was the most hated by the press corps. There was virtually no access to the candidate save for the same access the public ...

Bribed into Passing Needless Laws

New Hampshire’s house of representatives is scheduled to vote tomorrow on a bill to mandate that adults wear seat belts. New Hampshire is the last state in the Union not ...

A National Hoopliday

Dook’s Coach K criticized President Obama for paying attention to the NCAA tournament instead of the economy. Oh, man, which side of that dispute does a conservative UNC grad pick? As ...

All Talk

Thirteen minutes and 52 seconds. That was how much time passed before the start of the House Armed Services Committee meeting this morning and the moment Gen. David Petraeus’ testimony ...

Obama in Philly

What first strikes me in Barack Obama’s speech today is the image of a black American standing across the street from where the Constitution was negotiated in part by slave ...

Castro Reactions

The best reactions to the resignation of Fidel Castro have come from the world’s few remaining Communist stooges. While sane world leaders have expressed cautious optimism about Cuba’s future, and ...

Another John Kerry Blunder

John Kerry announces his endorsement of Barack Obama two days after the New Hampshire primary — not two days before, or a week before, when it would have helped in ...

Old Dems Beat New Dems in New Hampshire

Hillary Clinton won the votes of traditional New Hampshire Democrats yesterday. Barack Obama won the new Democrats. Clinton won every ward in Manchester and Nashua. She won the old industrial cities ...

Romney got the expats

Romney seems to have done well in the southern border towns filled with Republicans who fled Massachusetts. Not all the towns are in, but he won the two biggest municipalities ...

Where’s the Beef?

Here’s my insta-theory on Clinton’s victory. New Hampshire voters were supposed to reject her because they can see through a phony and she’s a phony. But New Hampshire voters are ...