Daily Archives: April 9, 2017


If you were not aware, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) hands out loans and grants for things (fixed link) that have nothing to do with agriculture. Who among you is honestly surprised? Very few in this audience, I suspect. … Continue reading

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U.S. Deploys Navy Strike Group To Korean Peninsula As Missile Concerns Mount

A U.S. Navy strike group has been ordered to relocate to the western Pacific Ocean, providing a physical presence near the Korean Peninsula as concerns mount over North Korea’s missile program. The Pentagon announced the deployment late Saturday. In a … Continue reading

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NHGOP Scores In NHDEMS Basket

To reiterate and update, the reason that MacDonald earned such fulsome praise from “Democrat dignitaries” and was confirmed unanimously is because over the years he became another one of the “good old boys” of the New Hampshire Bar Association. Keep Reading… … Continue reading

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Waterville Resort Named US Ski Team Training Site

The Waterville Valley Resort is now a training site for the U.S. Ski Team and will host two annual competitions. The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association recently announced that it is expanding low-cost regional training opportunities for young elite athletes … Continue reading

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State Uses Aircraft to Give Mass. Driver Ticket for Driving 109 mph on I-95

A state police aircraft was used to catch a Massachusetts man allegedly driving 109 mph on I-95 Sunday morning. Ramone C. Savoury, 26, of Edgartown …  was spotted driving at a high rate of speed on Interstate 95 north about … Continue reading

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Lady Goes for Camera Near Govt. Meeting (Wilton, NH)

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Constitutional Connections: The Tension Between Equal Protection and Religious Freedom

The Constitution did not become our basic law at a single point in time. We ratified its first seven articles in 1788 but have since amended it 27 times. Many of these amendments memorialize fundamental shifts in values. Thus, it … Continue reading

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