New Hampshire

By: Judy on December 21, 2015
When Jeb Bush emphasized the need for lobbying reform in his stump speech, Judy asked if a 6-year ban on lobbying would also apply to ex-military officials. "That’s a good question," he said, and added that the military procurement system is "lobbied up beyond belief." In response to another question, Bush advocated maintaining the nuclear weapons "triad" and building a new generation of nuclear submarines.
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By: Judy on December 20, 2015
In response to a question about reducing the risk of nuclear war that comes from having missiles on hair trigger alert, Martin O'Malley said he would look into de-alerting proposals. He still seems to believe that nuclear "modernization" is a cost-saving measure.
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By: Miranda Myers on December 16, 2015
Governor Chris Christie held a town hall in Weare, NH on Saturday December 12th, I attended and was able to ask him a question about the immigrant detention quota.
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By: Curtis Smith on December 11, 2015
At a campaign event today I asked Rand Paul about de-alerting nuclear weapons. He responded sympathetically, saying that we must be open to negotiating with people we may not like.
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By: Bill on December 11, 2015
At a Town Hall with Jeb Bush in Milford, NH. Jeb Bush was asked if he would stop military contractors from using taxpayer money to lobby for more contracts. Bush said there is a lot of corruption in the way the military contracting is done and that reform of the military procurement and lobbying systems are needed.
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By: Arnie Alpert on December 9, 2015
The Concord Monitor editors discussed nuclear dangers with Hillary Clinton, but her views on the $1 Trillion nuclear build-up are still unclear.
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By: Judy Elliott on December 4, 2015
Hillary Clinton says she will look into proposals to take nuclear missiles off hair trigger alert.
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By: Arnie Alpert on November 30, 2015
Governor O'Malley said money should be shifted from nuclear weapons to improved cybersecurity measures.
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By: Arnie Alpert on November 30, 2015
Marco Rubio again asserted that the immigrant detention mandate is justified by the need to enforce immigration laws, even while he criticized the role of "politically connected industries."
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By: Judy on November 21, 2015
Lindsey Graham said he supports a massive military build-up, including more nuclear weapons and their delivery systems. However, he would like to see the end of cost-plus contracting and favors some reforms to restrain Pentagon spending.
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