Daily Archives: April 26, 2017

Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway

Obama, the senior official and other administration representatives weren’t telling the whole story on Jan. 17, 2016, in their highly choreographed rollout of the prisoner swap and simultaneous implementation of the six-party nuclear deal, according to a POLITICO investigation. … … Continue reading

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A Political Prisoner: The Plight of Jerry DeLemus

Rich spoke to Jack Kimball, who came on the radio to raise awareness of the plight of Jerry DeLemus and to bring support to President Donald Trump.  He started by talking about his background with politics and informed the listeners … Continue reading

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The Granite State’s Weak Voter Confirmation Process

Ed talked about the thousands of people who registered to vote on November 8th and listed the amounts of out-of-state voters that registered that day. They discussed Jennifer Horn’s work with the ACLU concerning voter fraud and wondered how many … Continue reading

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Training on RTK law now available

Right to Know New Hampshire (RTKNH) has put together a presentation on the Right-to-Know law.  This is a comprehensive review of the Right-to-Know law and covers governmental records, minutes, public and nonpublic meetings, and violations. RTKNH is available to provide a … Continue reading

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Freedom Caucus endorses revised ObamaCare repeal-and-replace bill

The House Freedom Caucus on Wednesday announced it will back the GOP’s healthcare plan now that an amendment allowing states to opt out of key ObamaCare rules is included. The group of roughly 30 hard-line conservatives held out for weeks, … Continue reading

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Lumber tariff: NH builders foresee rising home building costs

The owners of Benson Lumber & Hardware in Londonderry aren’t sure how they feel about new tariff President Donald Trump’s administration slapped on Canadian softwood lumber imports, tariffs as high as 24 percent. After all, Benson gets a lot of lumber from Canada. “It … Continue reading

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States Looking to Back Away from Bottle Deposit Laws

As curbside recycling has grown, environmentalists around the United States find themselves fighting to protect decades-old bottle recycling programs that critics say are becoming obsolete. Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Iowa are among the states where bills have been proposed… Keep Reading … Continue reading

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Council Tables Water Restrictions (For Now)

At a meeting, April 17, (Londonderry Town) Councilors pondered amendments to an ordinance already in place that restricts outside water use in town. The amendment would possibly restrict outdoor residential use allowing watering on certain days of the week depending … Continue reading

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Best NH High Schools 2017

U.S. News and World Report has crunched the numbers for 2017, releasing its annual list of best high schools in the country, ranking the schools on national and state levels. In New Hampshire, Hollis-Brookline earned the title of the best … Continue reading

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Scientists Create Artificial Womb – What Will Democrats Do Now?

It’s only been used on lambs but it works so “scientists” naturally consider other applications, like saving premature human babies. If they are babies, in the womb, and worth saving, it’s a problem for the political left. First, we are … Continue reading

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