Daily Archives: June 10, 2017

Obama Admin ‘Systematically Disbanded’ Units Investigating Iran’s Terrorism Financing Networks

The Obama administration “systematically disbanded” law enforcement investigative units across the federal government focused on disrupting Iranian, Syrian, and Venezuelan terrorism financing networks out of concern the work could cause friction with Iranian officials and scuttle the nuclear deal with … Continue reading

Posted in International News, National News, National Politics & Policy | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Trump delivering biggest cut in regulations since Reagan

It was odd that a seemingly boring campaign line calling for fewer federal regulations would win applause, but candidate Donald Trump’s promise was cheered so loudly last year that President Trump made it an early priority in his administration. And … Continue reading

Posted in National News, National Politics & Policy | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Barack Obama’s Post-Presidential World Tour is Starting to Get Creepy

Barack’s intimate dinner with Justin [Trudeau] isn’t the former President’s first suspiciously timed foreign meeting, though. Since Trump has been in office, Obama’s been quietly following the current President’s schedule—taking meetings, meeting with foreign leaders, and giving policy speeches, often … Continue reading

Posted in International News, National News, National Politics & Policy | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Oppressive Regimes Threatened By Free Satellite Signals

In many parts of the world, especially poorer ones, internet access is barely available, and if it is at all, it’s expensive and slow. There also isn’t much in the way of in-home entertainment options as cable TV is non-existent … Continue reading

Posted in Free Keene | Leave a comment

Adam West, TV’s ‘Batman,’ Dies at 88

Adam West — an actor defined and also constrained by his role in the 1960s series “Batman” — has died. He was 88. His rep said that he died after a short battle with leukemia. “Our dad always saw himself … Continue reading

Posted in Local NH Politics | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

VIDEO: Suspect Draws Gun, Gets Shot Multiple Times in Store Where Everyone Was Armed

A robbery suspect in Brazil entered a convenience store and drew his gun, only to be shot multiple times in a situation in which everyone was armed. Concealed Nation reports that the patrons were all off-duty police who were in … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Man arrested after 7-hour standoff, faced robbery charges

HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — A man wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Massachusetts has been ordered held without bail on his arrest in Hampton, New Hampshire, following a seven-hour standoff. Police say 22-year-year-old Michael Ellis, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Owner confident Warner gun range will pass

Despite more than two months of discussion and a pending court case involving his application for an indoor gun range and retail store in Warner, Dragonfly Holdings LLC owner Eric Miller said he isn’t worried. He’s so confident the Warner planning board will … Continue reading

Posted in Local NH Politics, Second Amendment | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Body of Hinsdale man recovered from Connecticut River

The body of a Hinsdale man was pulled from the Connecticut River Thursday evening. The man was identified as Andrew Laffond, 29. Laffond and a friend had been walking on an abandoned railroad trestle that spans the Connecticut River between … Continue reading

Posted in Around New England | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

UNH Reports Zero “Hate Crimes” To Feds

The Boston Globe — The University of New Hampshire saw a wave of ugly incidents in May, including swastikas and a racial slur scrawled in dormitories, the newspaper reported. Months earlier, the campus was among those that were roiled by a … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Culture | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment