Daily Archives: July 12, 2017

So Now Social Justice Political Activist is a Job American’s Wont Do?

Congratulations to Viola Katusiime, Granite State Organizing Project’s (GSOP) Family, and Economic Security Organizer. She’s been waiting a year, and her H-1B visa was finally approved. I’m no expert on non-immigration or H-1B visa’s, but I can read and agitating to advance mostly left-wing … Continue reading

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Mayor Gatsas on Rape at West, City Solicitor Controversy, Run for Re-Election…

Rich talked to Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas.  The discussion took on the following shape: Manchester’s ranking as one of the best-managed cities in the country, Addressing claims surrounding the handling of the rape at West, Appointment of Emily Rice to City Solicitor’s Office … Continue reading

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Grover Norquist Visits N.H., Praises Pledge-Signing Lawmakers

Grover Norquist is occasionally referred to as the ‘dark wizard’ of conservative politics. His Washington-based organization, Americans for Tax Reform, is perhaps best known for its Taxpayer Protection Pledge, which calls on politicians to oppose any increase in taxes. On … Continue reading

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Controversial clean energy bill becomes law without governor’s Sununu’s signature

I opposed it in May and June and now July and so one and so forth. Senate Bill 129, a measure that gives a boost to the state’s wood and solar energy industries but could also raise electric bills, became … Continue reading

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Fields v. City of Philadelphia Reaffirms the First Amendment Right to Record The Police in Public

The issue of filming the police in the course of public duties is one near and dear to many hearts here in New Hampshire. So this decision from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals (Fields v. City of Philadelphia) is … Continue reading

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“Jack the Snipper” Arrested Near Durham Middle School

DURHAM — The infamous New Hampshire criminal “Jack the Snipper” was arrested and returned to the state prison after allegedly creeping around a Durham middle school on Thursday. Durham police said Jeffrey Gelinas, 41 of Nashua, was arrested July 6 … Continue reading

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Warrant Issued for the Arrest of Former Pembroke Academy Dean of Students

CONCORD — A former dean of students at Pembroke Academy failed to appear at court for a second time following her indictment. Rekha Luther, 37, failed to appear in court for jury selection Monday leading the judge to issue a … Continue reading

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Who wants to put democracy in chains?

…[Nancy] MacLean tries to use libertarians’ suspicion of unconstrained democracy as a cudgel with which to delegitimize them and prove that they are outside the bounds of reasonable political discourse. Why would anyone want to put “chains” on democracy, if … Continue reading

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603 Alliance at the CNHT Picnic

On Saturday, July 8th, members of the 603 Alliance were present at the annual Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers Picnic.  We got an opportunity to hear from Hal Shurtleff of Camp Constitution, Representative John Burt, and CD1 Congressional Candidates Andy Sanborn … Continue reading

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Is Jeanne Shaheen doing the usual Dem two-step on Medicaid?

SHOT: Shaheen: Proposed Medicaid cuts would have ‘disproportionate impact’ on elderly CHASER: Fact Check: No, the GOP Healthcare Bill Does Not ‘Slash’ or ‘Cut’ Medicaid. | More… | GraniteGrok

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