Daily Archives: June 13, 2017

Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Maybe it’s time to see if Lynch colluded with Hillary

This weekend, I recounted the astonishing immaturity of California’s junior U.S. Senator Kamala Harris during several hearings in which she participated. However, our state’s senior U.S. Senator, Dianne Feinstein, may be attempting to salvage some of California’s former reputation of … Continue reading

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As Trump Turns to Infrastructure Policy, So Do Sununu, NH Legislature

While all eyes were glued to former FBI director James Comey’s testimony in Congress last week, it appears that President Donald Trump has moved on to infrastructure reform, and Republican Gov. Chris Sununu and New Hampshire lawmakers are following suit. … Continue reading

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Bitcoin Is Helping the Pot Business Get Over Its Banking Problem

Cannabis companies are turning to the world’s most popular digital currency in an effort to get rid of all that cash. The inability to access traditional financial institutions is one of the marijuana industry’s biggest impediments. Legal cannabis was a $6 … Continue reading

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Three NH Beer Festivals to Attend This July

popular internet myth says that Ben Franklin once wrote, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” Nothing of the sort ever came from the Founding Father’s pen — but if we’re to believe the … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Repeals Licenses (And Criminal Penalties) For African-Style Hair Braiders

Regulators are getting out of entrepreneurs’ hair—literally. The past few weeks have seen states untangle hair care specialists from absurd licensing requirements. Earlier this month, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill to legalize natural or African-style hair braiding. … Continue reading

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Officer-involved shooting reported at state liquor store in Hampton

Few details were released about the shooting. Officials said it happened shortly after 12:30 p.m. at the New Hampshire Liquor Store on the southbound side of Interstate 95. Officials said the shooting was being investigated by the Attorney General’s Office … Continue reading

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Former NH teacher admits to sending pornographic videos to student

A former Merrimack High School teacher who admitted sending pornographic videos to a 16-year-old female student will stay out of jail. Todd Wiley also admitting in court Tuesday that he asked the girl for nude pictures of herself. The victim … Continue reading

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Woman claims man took photo of her inside Target dressing room

Surveillance cameras captured the instantaneous reaction of a woman who says she was being recorded in a dressing room stall. “I was just thinking I have to do something and I have to stop it,” said “Leslie”. She was hollering, … Continue reading

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Dominating the Political Bandwidth In New Hampshire.

Here are a few links to my most recent contributions to New Hampshire’s leading Conservative Blog site. STATE SENATOR ANDY SANBORN ANNOUNCES RUN FOR CONGRESS Volinsky’s Rules … Triggered Professor Quits Over Campus Carry Law Laconia Prepared to sell Land … Continue reading

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Liberalism is Oppression

(…) I could go on, but suffice it to say, liberalism isn’t the panacea feminists imagine it to be. It doesn’t free women from oppression. It is oppression. It’s bondage to state power. It reduces a woman’s control over her … Continue reading

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