Daily Archives: May 25, 2017

The Sad, Sad Rise of Valentinioism

While it’s human nature to mock what we don’t understand, some things, even when understood, are still mocked. This is because they rightly deserve to be mocked. However, even when something is so deservedly mocked – such as these pathetic … Continue reading

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Gilford, NH Buys The Top of a Mountain

The town contributed $115,000 toward the purchase of the 2,044-foot-high peak and 273 acres of surrounding land, without relying on direct taxation. The money came from the conversion of land that had been held in “current use” into the market-value … Continue reading

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The Republican Liberty Caucus Biennial Convention is This Saturday

This weekend we’re hosting our 14th Biennial National Convention at the Rosen Centre in Orlando! Featured Speakers: Tom Woods, Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute Congressman Ted Yoho (FL-3) Michael Boldin, Executive Director of the 10th Amendment Center Cliff Maloney … Continue reading

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Close the Domicile Loophole in New Hampshire

…while institutionalizing out of state college voters? And that’s a win? For the past three election cycles, New Hampshire voters and activists have been calling for substantive election law reform that points our state in the direction of stronger ballot … Continue reading

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Inside Corey Lewandowski’s Failed Romp in Trump’s Swamp

He was a political nobody who helped Donald Trump win the White House. Then Corey Lewandowski went to Washington, hell-bent on making his fortune and changing the lobbying game forever. Here’s how those grandiose plans blew up—and what they say … Continue reading

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Citizens Urge School Board to Keep February and April Vacation

CONWAY — A number of citizens turned out to the Conway School Board’s meeting Monday night, asking the board to reconsider potentially eliminating February and April school vacations in the Conway School District. They view February vacation as a must, … Continue reading

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Dartmouth Professor Declines Dean’s Post Over Israeli Boycott Controversy

So, Dartmouth BDS Prof can’t take a promotion because hating Israel is a distraction outside academia. Hanover — Dartmouth College Native American Studies Professor Bruce Duthu on Monday said he had turned down an appointment as the dean of the … Continue reading

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AP corrects crowd estimate in Conway visit, won’t use reporter again for politics

The Associated Press has issued a correction in connection with its report on Kellyanne Conway’s speech to New Hampshire Republicans last week, acknowledging that its crowd estimate was wrong. The original, four-paragraph report from freelance reporter Melanie Plenda estimated the … Continue reading

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We are All A Mess

A big hot mess is no way to describe a person, but it has been pretty common in some survivor circles. It seems to me that every single person alive has been a big hot mess at one time or … Continue reading

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Health Insurance: Big Spikes and Little Things

My local Sunday paper had an above-the-fold headline the other day: “Obamacare rate could see big spike in NH next year.” This refers only to my state, where an unidentified government official leaked to the press a document projecting an … Continue reading

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