The fix is in

In May, New Hampshire established the "Public Funding of Elections Commission" to "study the feasibility of public funding of state election campaigns."

Typically, one might assume that such a commission might be comprised of both proponents and skeptics of taxpayer-financed political campaigns. Unfortunately, we still can’t say that we were surpised when we found out that all seven members of the commission are advocates of government-financed elections.

Any guesses as to what the commission will conclude?

The Center for Competitive Politics is now the Institute for Free Speech.