Daily Archives: May 14, 2017

This is how progressives undermine capitalism in the name of “character”

Here’s an odd little story for you this weekend which I ran across in the local press out of San Francisco. It really wouldn’t merit much national attention were it not such a sterling example of enshrined, liberal tribal beliefs … Continue reading

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New Ebola Outbreak Reported in Congo

The last time we reported on Ebola, Sierra Leone was experiencing one of the last remaining cases in the West African epidemic of 2013-2016. There are now reports that a new outbreak of the deadly, hemorrhagic virus is occurring in … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of SB 8?

The first thing to know about SB 8 is that it affects only a small number of New Hampshire residents: those who live in school districts that don’t offer all grades from K through 12. There are currently 48 towns … Continue reading

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Sununu taps Belknap County Attorney for Circuit Court

Gov. Chris Sununu will nominate Belknap County Attorney Melissa Guldbrandsen of Alton to serve as a Circuit Court judge at the Executive Council meeting on Wednesday. Guldbrandsen is the first of eight Circuit Court judges Sununu will get to nominate … Continue reading

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Bring Sanity Back To Setting The Speed Limits On Our Highways

Around 1985 the NMSL was modified to allow states to set the speed limits in their highways up as high as 65MPH. Then Congress got around repealing the NMSL in 1995. The hew and cry from the Safety Nazis was … Continue reading

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Potato chips blamed for head-on collision in Vermont

At approximately 3:45 p.m., Michael W. Kavanaugh, 46, of Brattleboro was driving a 2015 Ford Focus north on Route 30 in Newfane when he started to choke on potato chips, Vermont State Police said in a news release. More… *| Keene … Continue reading

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Rockingham man had 208 bags of heroin

A Rockingham man was arrested Friday in the Hetty Green parking lot. Police say he possessed 208 bags of heroin, as well as cocaine. Matthew D. Dunn, 34, was arrested on charges of trafficking heroin and possession of cocaine, according … Continue reading

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Police in New Hampshire Investigate Counterfeit $20 Bills

ROCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Police in Rochester, New Hampshire, are working with the Secret Service to try to determine the origin of counterfeit $20 bills that have been found in the area. Police said the counterfeit currency looks and feels … Continue reading

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First lightning death of the year kills woman, horse

A 37-year-old woman was killed by lightning in Colorado Sunday, the first lightning-related death of the year, according to the National Weather Service. The woman was riding a horse in Douglas County, south of Denver. The lightning strike also killed … Continue reading

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Tick-Borne Powassan Virus Making an Appearance in NH

Although there have been only two cases confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control in New Hampshire, Powassan virus, spread by ticks, as is Lyme disease, is of great concern to health professionals. Still, Dr. David Itkin, Infectious disease specialist … Continue reading

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