Daily Archives: April 19, 2017

Chelsea Clinton’s desperation for attention gets pathetic

Like the rapidly aging Madonna or the still-rising star Lady Gaga, Chelsea will grab at anything to stay in the news, so as to build momentum for a run for Congress, presumably the safe seat currently held by 79-year-old Nita … Continue reading

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Fighting Voter Fraud: Ed Naile Discusses Senate Bill 3

Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, about Regina Burdsell’s Senate Bill 3. They commented on her remarks about the bill and shared their opinion of it. Finally, they talked about the impact of … Continue reading

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Ken Merrifield confirmed as Labor commissioner

The Executive Council voted 4-1 today to confirm Franklin Mayor Ken Merrifield as the next commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Labor. Councilor Chris Pappas, D-Manchester, was the lone dissent. He said he was concerned that Merrifield was intending … Continue reading

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Who Lost Turkey?

Sultan Erdoğan – who, a mere 15 years ago, was banned from holding political office – has now succeeded in dismantling almost every defining element of the Kemalist republic. What replaces it will be a crude strongman state in service … Continue reading

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Workshop to focus on women’s salary negotiating skills

Connie Roy-Czyzowski, vice president of human resources at Northeast Delta Dental, will lead a workshop sponsored by the NH Women’s Foundation to teach women salary negotiating skills. “Salary Negotiating Skills for Women – Am I Fairly Compensated?” will be held … Continue reading

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Sanborn Regional High School: Netflix Series Romanticizes Suicide

Counselors at Sanborn Regional High School are concerned by a recently-released Netflix series, “13 Reasons Why,” and sent out a newsletter to parents and guardians about it Tuesday. “The Sanborn School Counseling team wants to make you aware of the … Continue reading

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“Planned Bullyhood” Author Runs for Congress From Georgia

Out of the corner of my eye, I’m seeing coverage of a special election in Georgia to fill a Congressional seat. There will be a runoff on June 20 between a well-funded Democrat and a Republican whose name rings a … Continue reading

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Weirs Beach Parking Fee May Double

Parking fees in the Weirs Beach area will double to $1 an hour under a proposed ordinance change which will be the subject of a public hearing before the Laconia City Council when it meets on Monday, March 24.  More… … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Politics with John Burt – The Budget

Rep Hoell and Rep Burt talk about why the House of Representatives did not pass a State Budget for the first time in history. We talked about the Senate and what part the House will play in making a State … Continue reading

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Manchester schools settle discrimination suit

So a Sudanese Kid’s family gets $150K because hearings held after he assaulted someone were conducted in English? In May 2014, Akot’s father, Khamis Akot, filed a complaint with the federal Office of Civil Rights claiming that although the district … Continue reading

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