Daily Archives: May 5, 2017

Trump eases ban on political activity by churches

President Trump signed an executive order Thursday making it easier for churches and other religious groups to engage in politics without endangering their tax-exempt status. Trump approved the measure in the Rose Garden at the White House surrounded by clergy … Continue reading

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“Do you have evidence of collusion between Trump associates and Russia during the campaign?”

Ans: Not at this time. H/T Legal Insurrection Get New Media Militia updates on Facebook!

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ISIS to Jihadists: Use Fake Apartment, Job, Craigslist Ads to Lure Hostage, Murder Victims

The Islamic State magazine that has published tutorials on vehicle, knife and arson attacks as a tool of lone jihad is now encouraging terrorists to acquire guns at shows and shops and take hostages not for ransom but “to create … Continue reading

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Rochester Fair shuts down, ending 142-year-old tradition

The Rochester Fair is shutting down, ending an annual tradition of 142 years, organizers said Friday. Families started going to the 10-day Rochester Fair in 1874. Its sprawling fairgrounds in the center of town were filled with rides, agricultural displays, … Continue reading

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When a Selectwoman Challenges the Town of Piermont? – Part 4

It was the actions of Selectmen Stubbings and Subjeck and their refusal to abide by the laws of the state that forced her to file a lawsuit in Superior Court, currently the only place Right to Know complaints about Selectboard’s … Continue reading

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Flashback: Will We Need A Mistletoe ‘Rape’ Exception?

From Dec. 2014 and the early days of the rampant campaus rape narrative. If a spontaneous act of Holiday cheer inspired a yule-induced smooch without the presence of a proper “flight plan” filed with the FAA (overseeing violations of personal air … Continue reading

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Prostitution Advocate Kate D’Adamo Axed From NH Human Trafficking Taskforce

The New Hampshire Human Trafficking Task Force severed its partnership with a group leading to the firing of its director who advocated the legalization of prostitution. Acting U.S. Attorney John Farley made the announcement Friday afternoon that the task force … Continue reading

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Public-private partnership will provide $1.8 million to NH startups

Millworks II, a $1.8 million public-private partnership fund consisting of 40 individual investors and the New Hampshire Business Finance Authority, will provide extra capital for startups in New Hampshire. More… | NHBR

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Playtime’s over, kindergartners

“This is causing a lot of anxiety,” the teacher said. “Kindergarten should be happy and playful. It should be art and dancing and singing and learning how to take turns. Instead, it’s frustrating and disheartening.” More… | NYP H/T Doris … Continue reading

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#DyingPaper (Union Leader) Bipolar on State Budget

The Legislature’s part of the process begins with the House passing a budget and sending that to the Senate.  The Senate typically makes changes to the House’s budget and sends it back to the House.  The House typically disagrees with … Continue reading

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