Daily Archives: June 9, 2017

Rescuers searching river to recover body

HINSDALE, N.H. (AP) — Rescuers are searching an area of the Connecticut River to recover the body of a man who fell from an old railroad bridge linking Vermont and New Hampshire. Brattleboro, Vermont, Fire Capt. Ron Hubbard tells the … Continue reading

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Do people really want the truth?

Do people really want the truth? If you spend any period of time cruising “conservative” sites dedicated to dissecting pop culture, or “neutral” sites dissecting of culture with one or more conservative writers on staff, the answer comes rapidly. It’s … Continue reading

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With a Hot Day or Two in the NH Forecast You Should Know: US Summers Are Getting Cooler

Summer is here, and climate alarmists are about to bombard us with claims that global warming is going to burn us up. The data shows the exact opposite. There are 693 USHCN stations which were active in both 1920 and … Continue reading

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Help Save A Small New Hampshire Business

Steve’s primary business was his Christmas Tree Farm & Gift Shop which generated income during the short holiday season between Thanksgiving and Christmas. He recently spent 4 long years trying to establish a legal venue for weddings to provide secondary … Continue reading

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Phillips Exeter Academy Expels 3 Seniors Before Graduation For Election Tampering

EXETER, N.H. (AP) — Three seniors at an elite New Hampshire prep school have been expelled days before graduation for tampering with an election for student council president. | More… | US News

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Commuter Rail Push In New Hampshire Ignores What Tourists Want and Need

Today, in a letter to the editor of New Hampshire Business Review, Peter J. Griffin, the NH Railroad Revitalization Association President, considers what at first appears to be a rhetorical question. “How will tourists get to New Hampshire?” How is … Continue reading

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State, Local N.H. Communities Disagree on How to Handle U.S. Withdrawal From Climate Deal

As with the rest of the country, it appears New Hampshire is pretty divided on the Paris Climate Agreement. At the state level, Republicans are applauding President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the global climate … Continue reading

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Candia School Board Repeals Transgender Policy

Last night, by a 3-2 vote, the Candia School Board repealed a controversial Transgender Policy passed during the dark days of the Obama Administration, and it’s flirtation with threatening money for districts that did not comply with its wishes. A … Continue reading

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Ruger issues recall of new Mark IV pistol

I guess they should have built them in New Hampshire. Sturm Ruger & Co. is recalling nearly all of its Mark IV pistols because the company says they could sometimes fire accidentally. The guns are not manufactured in the Connecticut-based … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression Must Be Harder to Prove Than Voter Fraud

For almost two decades I have been documenting voter fraud in NH. And along with this effort to show how much voter fraud exists in our state I get the usual complaints from progressives and others who support voter fraud … Continue reading

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