Daily Archives: April 10, 2017

40 Days For Life Spring 2017 Comes To An End

Students, Knights of Columbus, an Anglican priest, and a few of us with no particular affiliation were among the people joining campaign leader Beth Gaby for an hour of quiet prayer for everyone who goes in and out of the … Continue reading

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N.H. Budget Must Address Priorities, But Be Within State’s Means

The state Senate began work Monday on crafting its version of the next two-year state budget. … Senate Finance Chair Gary Daniels, a Milford Republican, spoke to NHPR’s Morning Edition about the process moving forward.  (Text or Audio) | NHPR … Continue reading

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Who Got Federal Contracts in New Hampshire, March 31- April 6

The following are federal contracts awarded to companies in New Hampshire for the week of March 31 – April 6. BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration Inc., Nashua, won a $6,284,693 federal contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command … Continue reading

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At Least 20% of SEIU’s Budget Went to Politics

Labor giant Service Employees International Union spent $60 million on politics and lobbying as well as $19 million on the Fight for 15 movement in 2016, and now finds itself laying off headquarters staff. The union’s federal filing to the … Continue reading

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What Happens When a Selectwoman Challenges the Town of Piermont?

When Teran “Terri” Mertz, wife of George Mertz, Commander, USN (Ret) was elected to a seat on the 3-person Selectboard in 2016 for a three-year term, she never expected that her attempts to insure the town simply follow rules and … Continue reading

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NH Bitcoiners Speak to Senate Committee About Bitcoin Protection Bill

Last week, HB 436 had its public hearing before the senate commerce committee and a bunch of bitcoiners from across the state came out to sign and testify in favor of the bill, which would help ensure Bitcoin businesses continue … Continue reading

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New Hampshire bishop: parish churches cannot offer sanctuary for immigrants

Bishop Peter Libasci of Manchester, New Hampshire has instructed his priests not to offer their churches as sanctuaries for illegal immigrants. More… | Catholic Culture.org Get Your New Media Militia updates on Facebook or Twitter

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John Burt, Victoria Sullivan, The Freedom Caucus, and the Budget Process

State Representatives John Burt and Victoria Sullivan started the Under the Golden Dome segment by talking about the three budget bills that recently passed in the House, while sharing about the budget process. They pointed out how the Freedom Caucus … Continue reading

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What is the NH State Board of Education afraid of? Better public schools?

Commissioner Frank Edelblut came under fire for wanting to improve public education in New Hampshire.  You would think that everyone would join him in an effort to improve the quality of science standards used in our public schools.  What is … Continue reading

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Keene Gets New Police Chief

Acting Police Chief Steven Russo has been named chief permanently. City Manager Med Kopczynski made the announcement at Thursday night’s City Council meeting. Russo stepped into the position as acting chief last month after the death of Police Chief Brian … Continue reading

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