Daily Archives: May 1, 2017

What Happend to Dartmouth’s Pretendian?

In October of 2015, Dartmouth College had to make a change after getting caught with their little Social Justice Warrior pants around their politically correct ankles. They appointed (ethnomusicologist) Susan Taffe Reed as director of their Native American Program … … Continue reading

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Executive Order: Implementing an America-First Offshore Energy Strategy

Section 1. Findings. America must put the energy needs of American families and businesses first and continue implementing a plan that ensures energy security and economic vitality for decades to come. The energy and minerals produced from lands and waters … Continue reading

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Victims of Communism Day 2017

Our comparative neglect of communist crimes has serious costs. Victims of Communism Day can serve the dual purpose of appropriately commemorating the millions of victims, and diminishing the likelihood that such atrocities will recur. Just as Holocaust Memorial Day and … Continue reading

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Documentary on the N.H. primary says a lot – about all of us

While watching a sneak preview of Democracy Through the Looking Glass – a dismal report card on the media’s primary coverage last year – I realized that we all need to share in the blame.We, the media, sometimes missed the … Continue reading

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The Kindergarten Bill, Hot Dog Day and the Gambling Bill

Rich talked to State Representatives Victoria Sullivan and John Burt for the Under the Golden Dome segment. State Rep Sullivan began the segment by speaking about the kindergarten bill, sharing about the original intent of kindergarten, the fate of her … Continue reading

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Education Bills Scheduled for Week of May 1, 2017

These are the final days for House committees to vote on any bills with fiscal notes as they have to go to a second committee. There are a few critical school choice bills remaining. As always, the detailed schedule with … Continue reading

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Yes, Trump Has Accomplished a Lot in His First 100 Days

President Donald Trump finishes his 100th day in office. Everyone’s eagerly picking apart his record.  … Let’s break down what the president has done in his first 100 days. More.. |Stream.org Get Updates on Twitter @NewMediaMilitia or @nhstevemacd

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2016-17 Ski season wraps up with 31% increase in visits so far

Though final numbers are still rolling in from the trade association’s member resorts, a consistent weekly tally of skier visits from 10 of the state’s alpine resorts shows that skier visits for the 2016/17 season are up 31 percent over … Continue reading

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Dartmouth Sued over disability accommodations

[Staci] Mannella alleges that on several occasions, the College delayed or failed to provide her with note-takers, test readers, lab assistants and other visual aids like Echo360. Echo360 is a recording system that allows visually impaired students to record video, … Continue reading

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The University System of NH has a serious problem

Part of the budget is funding for the University System of New Hampshire (USNH). The public universities came to the taxpayers with their hands out asking for a combined request of $182 million over the two-year budget period. But there’s … Continue reading

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