New Hampshire Could See six-inches of Snow This Weekend

For some parts of New Hampshire, March isn’t going out like a lamb.

While the various maps disagree on all on the details (as you would expect for a late season snow chance,) the main theme is for a light mix of rain and snow to develop during the daylight hours Friday, then turning to all snow (heavy at times) Friday night and early Saturday before moving away. Some areas of NH could see over 6 inches of heavy, wet snow. Keep reading…

| WMUR Weather

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How Maggie Hassan and Virginia Barry Tied Your Kids to Federal Regulators

This document is from October of 2016, filed by the New Hampshire Dept. of Education under the prior Hassan administration.

ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) requires State Departments of Education to submit plans that must be approved by the U.S. Secretary of Education.  Those who supported ESSA didn’t pay attention to the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution because this power is reserved to the states. Keep Reading…

Ann Marie Banfield |Girard at Large

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NH Liberty Alliance Announces Special Election Endorsements

Special Elections are approaching in both Carrol and Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

These are the candidates for New Hampshire State Representative special election endorsed by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Thank you to all the candidates who took the time to complete our online survey, and to the hard-working pro-liberty former representatives running for reelection.  Keep Reading… 


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Help Stop the New Hampshire Budget

The New Hampshire House will soon vote on the state budget. As it currently stands, the budget will exceed $12 billion for the first time ever. Keep Reading…


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Manchester ‘Officer of the Year’ ignored complaints about Derry ‘drug home’ rental

On Monday, Manchester Police Officer, Derek Cataldo, was awarded ‘Officer of the Year’ by the Manchester Police Department. This is the same officer who owns the home in Derry which was recently hit by a drive-by shooting. …

Police acquired a search warrant after the shooting rocked the quiet, upper middle class neighborhood in Derry in the early morning hours last week. Police found a large amount of marijuana, marijuana plants as well as cash and firearms. It’s unclear why only Roche was arrested. Keep Reading…

| NH Political Buzz

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The Cost Per Pupil for Every School District In New Hampshire

Once you know how much it costs to teach one child for one year in your district, you should start asking why.

The New Hampshire Department of Education has released a document listing the cost per pupil for public school education in New Hampshire. Keep Reading…

| GraniteGrok

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The Volinsky Agenda

Andru Volinsky shares his extreme left-wing agenda in a tweet.

Translation... | Ed Mosca Blog

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