Daily Archives: June 14, 2017

Henniker Planning Board STACKING the Deck

On 4/26/17, there were only 2 very qualified people that had submitted applications for 2 alternate positions to the PB – Dr. Bruce Trivellini and Matthew Grimes. This matter was tabled, and fast forward to tonight’s meeting. Now there are … Continue reading

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Mark Steyn: The New Ball Game

The Congressional baseball game is one of those faintly labored rituals of collegiality that nevertheless distinguish civilized political systems from the barbarous: They’re predicated on the notion that the Government and the Loyal Opposition are on different teams but, ultimately, … Continue reading

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Baseball Shooter a Big Wake-Up Call for the Left

This man came from the extreme end of Trump Derangement Syndrome, but he didn’t emerge entirely by himself.  He came from a petri dish that we are all submerged in, nurturing hate as never before in most of our lifetimes. We … Continue reading

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Amid Contamination Concerns, Portsmouth and Greenland Ask N.H. to Pay Water Bills

The city of Portsmouth and the town of Greenland are asking the state to help pay for public water at homes whose private wells may be at risk of water contamination. Residents living near the Coakley Landfill in Greenland fear … Continue reading

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A Question of Voter Fraud: Fake Registries in Indiana

Rich was joined by Ed Naile of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers to talk about a possible case of voter fraud in Indiana. They talked about a woman named Holiday Burke, whose name is registered 3 times, with different … Continue reading

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Handmaids Devoid of Compassion

SB66 is abysmal. Specific exemptions within the text codify the legitimacy of abortion in our law. It specifically states that in no way can this law apply to mothers who choose abortion or the abortion vendors and yet, there were … Continue reading

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Suspect killed after police encounter outside state liquor store in Hampton

HAMPTON – A Portsmouth man who was believed to be armed was shot and killed by State Police Tuesday after an encounter with troopers in front of the New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet off Interstate 95 southbound in Hampton. … Continue reading

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Manchester Overrides Tax Cap Again

Tempers flared, recriminations reverberated, spinsters spun, playgrounds were threatened and vetoes flew and were overridden as Manchester’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen settled the city’s spending plan for the coming fiscal year a mere two hours before the budget proposed … Continue reading

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NH Liquor Commission’s ‘Ambitious’ Growth Plans

Can the NH Liquor Commission become a $1 billion business? That ambitious and publicly stated goal is driving NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica and his team. According to state figures, total annual sales at the 79 statewide NH Liquor & Wine … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s DC Shooter Was a Democrat (Not Unexpectedly)

We’ve got an atheist, commuter rail loving, green marching, Hitler-referencing, calls for impeachment, who hates the Koch brothers, blah blah blah…Democrat shooting at Republican congressman while they are in a park practicing for a game against the Democrats? Did the … Continue reading

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