Monthly Archives: July 2017

Gemma Observatory in NH wins AIA Small Projects Award

The Gemma Observatory sits on a remote peak in the northeastern state, at the centre of a “dark” zone with a three-mile radius. Unobstructed by light pollution, the setting is ideal for astronomical observation. | More… |

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A Democrat Idea I actually Agree With

Nothing Democrats want as a party advances liberty, so there is almost nothing they want that I could ever agree to, except perhaps for this, for all the obvious reasons. This is why we need a new party that centers … Continue reading

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The (New Public School) Lord’s Prayer

This is credited to a 15-year-old school kid who got an A+ for this entry. Because the Lord’s Prayer is not allowed in most U.S. Public schools any more a kid in Minnesota wrote the following NEW School Prayer: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ … Continue reading

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The Healthcare Debacle, District 16 Senate Race, a Trans Rally and a Declining Legacy

Rich talked to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz for Politically Buzzed.  They started by discussing the health care debacle, tackling Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s desire to fix Obamacare.  They then addressed the District 16 Senate race, Manchester’s trans rally and a Democratic weekly address, in which they basically admitted that President Barack … Continue reading

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Cornerstone: NH Bills to Watch for in 2018

From Cornerstone’s email newsletter ***** Some bills were retained to be studied later this year (and the Cornerstone team will be watching!), and those bills will be voted on in early 2018. Others were tabled, and we could see the … Continue reading

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You Wont Believe What The National Science Foundation Is Funding In New Hampshire

The National Science Foundation (NSF) came under scrutiny years ago for causing damage to math education in the United States.  Professor David Klein, a Mathematician from California State University, wrote a letter to then, Representative Boehlert and Members of the … Continue reading

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NBC Pulls Plug on Megyn Kelly’s Sunday Night Show

If you were planning to tune into Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly next Sunday – and, let’s face it, you probably weren’t – there’s a good chance the show won’t be on. And there’s a good chance the show will never be on again, … Continue reading

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Steve MacDonald and the New Media Militia

If you missed it, or just want to hear it again, this is my new segment on the Girard at Large Radio program. It is called (drumroll?) The New Media Militia. Rich and I talk about the goal of the … Continue reading

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Parties show more disagreement on attitudes about news media

| Pew Research H/T NHPR

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Four Of Five New Hampshire Juvenile Lifers Await Resentencing

Under U.S. Supreme Court decisions, five inmates serving life sentences for crimes committed as juveniles in New Hampshire are getting a chance at eventual release. The rulings affect five men sentenced to life in New Hampshire. They are Eduardo Lopez, … Continue reading

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