Daily Archives: April 5, 2017

Did New Hampshire’s Civil Engineers Just Ask for a Sales or Income Tax?

Consistent funding policies and more locally sourced funding, mean more taxes. Local taxes. Like a sales or income tax that can be adjusted (always upward) to address the whims of public employees (including civil engineers). I agree that infrastructure matters, … Continue reading

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Green Loses Court Case about Default Budget

Interestingly, the judge concluded: “The plaintiff engaged in a good faith effort to clarify New Hampshire law.  Although she did not prevail in this court, her argument was certainly not frivolous.  Indeed, it is possible that plaintiff will prevail on … Continue reading

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NH1’s Voter Fraud Investigation and the Impact of Voter Fraud in NH

Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed talked about NH1’s attempt to receive information from Secretary of State Bill Gardner concerning those who used out-of-state licenses in … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Has a New Attorney General

No relation. The New Hampshire Executive Council voted unanimously today to confirm Gordon J. MacDonald as the next Attorney General. MacDonald succeeds Joseph A. Foster, who resigned, effective March 31. MacDonald, of Deering, will have a salary of $128,259. Keep … Continue reading

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Dave Ridley Confronts ‘Filming Ban’ Committee Members

Politicians forbid me from filming a state budget meeting. So I wait right outside to question both perps from the meeting and random state reps about this. None from the meeting act like they know NH RSA Section 91-A:2, II…which … Continue reading

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New Pumpkin Festival Proposed for Keene, NH

Let It Shine is seeking city approval of a small-scale Keene Pumpkin Festival. In a letter to the mayor and city council Tuesday, Let It Shine member Timothy Zinn is proposing the festival take place on Sunday, Oct. 29. He … Continue reading

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Police identify Man Found Dead Inside a House that Exploded in Salem on Monday.

Police have identified the man found dead inside a house that exploded in Salem on Monday. The body of the homeowner, Charles Hill, 55, was found Tuesday in the basement, with a rifle, a handgun and numerous rounds of ammunition … Continue reading

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