Daily Archives: May 5, 2017
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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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
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
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
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
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