Daily Archives: May 12, 2017

The New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup

New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup is a coalition of trough feeding universities, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, and other interested environmental parties that have collected a reported $5 million in grants, a chunk of them from their biggest government … Continue reading

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Cop says “Absolutely I can!” when asked if he can restrict me over something I haven’t done

Police outside the NH State Prison for Women prepare a no-trespass order after I stand on the public right-of-way next to it, carrying a “Let my people go” sign. ‘ | Ridley Report

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The first clue that climate “science” is a fraud is …

The first clue that climate “science” is a fraud is how they speak about certainty. They make outrageous claims as to the confidence levels and certainty of their models. We only have maybe 50% confidence in weather forecasts that go … Continue reading

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Former Phillip sExeter admissions officer gets suspended 1-year jail sentence for molesting prospective student

BRENTWOOD — Former Phillips Exeter Academy admissions officer Arthur Peekel was given a one-year suspended jail sentence and will have to register as a sex offender after pleading guilty Friday to molesting a prospective student in 1973. More… *| UL … Continue reading

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Marlow police chief found guilty in sex assault trial

A former Marlow police chief was convicted of four counts out of five counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault the conclusion of his trial in Cheshire County Superior Court on Thursday afternoon. Robert Chambers, 65, of Swanzey, stood trial this … Continue reading

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CNHT Joins Multi-State Voter Integrity Coalition

CNHT has been collecting proof of voter fraud and election law violations since 2000. We are NH’s only resource for factual, documented information on this subject. Last week CNHT joined with about a dozen other states and started the process … Continue reading

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Don’t call me Caitlyn: Baby name plunges in popularity

A year after Caitlyn Jenner announced her new name and gender, the popularity of the name Caitlyn plummeted more than any other baby name, according to Social Security’s annual list of the most popular baby names. In fact, the four … Continue reading

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NH Senate votes down push to switch N.H.’s time zone

Sorry, Prince Edward Island – you’re a lovely place but your time zone is not for us.That was the message Thursday from the New Hampshire state Senate, which decided, 15-7, that we shouldn’t switch to the time zone that covers … Continue reading

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Misogyny and Rape Culture in the (NH) State House? Nay, Nay I Say

There has been a lot of talk about alleged misogyny, and a systemic rape culture in the NH House of Representatives. As a sitting representative serving my second term, I have had a much, much different experience. Many of the … Continue reading

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Tax credit plan would be a giant leap for NH

Would a proposed NH Small Business Jobs Fund create so much economic activity through tax credits that it could reverse rush hour traffic on Interstate 93, as one lobbyist put it, or are such programs a “scam” to let out-of-state … Continue reading

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