Daily Archives: June 17, 2017

Government mandated trillions in global renewable investment – Amount to Next to Nothing

Despite this massive global government mandated driven investment in “Modern renewables” the so-called “traditional renewables” (twigs, leaves and dung) continue to provide nearly as much global energy as renewables receiving lavish climate alarmist politically directed government funding. Most significant is … Continue reading

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Boston Globe Thinks Obama Should Ruin (I mean Run) Harvard

The Boston Globe is floating former President Obama as a potential president of Harvard University. The Globe on Thursday published a short list of possible candidates to replace current Harvard president Drew Faust, who announced Wednesday that she would step down … Continue reading

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After Seattle’s Gun Tax: Lost Jobs, Little Revenue, More Violent Crime

“The data says the law has failed to prevent what they promised it would prevent” Although Seattle’s gun tax was supposed to bring in $300,000 to $500,000, it’s brought in less than $200,000.  The money was supposed to be used … Continue reading

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84 Great Danes rescued, N.H. puppy mill busted

More than 84 Great Danes were rescued from a puppy mill in a New Hampshire mansion by the HSUS with assistance from the Wolfeboro Police Department, said The Humane Society. Sad and broken, their once bright happy eyes, were red … Continue reading

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Want to see a loon chick? Here is your chance

MOULTONBOROUGH, N.H. (AP) — A webcam will live stream the hatching of loon chicks on a lake in New Hampshire. The Loon Preservation Committee’s webcam has been streaming since the first egg was laid on May 21. The chicks are … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Has 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places, And…

New Hampshire Has 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places and many, if not all, have a Facebook page. And on that facebook page are commenters, some of whom may also have (or know about) a local blog, podcast, YouTube or … Continue reading

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Texas Enacts ‘Anti-Sharia’ Law

Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 45, more commonly known as “American Laws for American Courts,” or ALAC. It prohibits the use of any foreign law in the state’s courts, specifically in family cases that involve marriage … Continue reading

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Left-Wing Terrorism Strikes GA-6 Congressional Race

There is an intense focus on the contest between Karen Handel and John Ossoff, the latter taking in tens of millions in donations (most of which is from outside the district) and now there’s some real ugliness surfacing in the … Continue reading

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Growing Concerns in SAU 53: Unlawful Creation of a Position and a Push for PACE

(Hours 1c,2a) Rich talked to Kevin Verville of the Deerfield Budget Committee.  He opened by reminding the listeners about the controversy with the Dean of Students at Pembroke Academy and Superintendent Patty Sherman’s lies concerning what happened.  They then talked … Continue reading

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6 things your kids use everyday that are filthier than a toilet seat

No matter where your children go, they’re sure to encounter millions of germs. While you shouldn’t be too nervous about the germs (your kids are pretty good at fighting them off) there are some objects you should definitely be aware … Continue reading

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