Daily Archives: July 18, 2017

A Gun is Like a Parachute

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N.H. Lawmaker Wants To Create Bill Of Rights For Foster Parents

After spending two years as a foster parent, first-term state representative Sean Morrison is concerned about what he says is a lack of rights for foster families in the child protective services system. The Epping Republican and his wife foster … Continue reading

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Herd of bison shut down roads in Gilford New Hampshire

GILFORD, NH (WGME) — A herd of bison is running free, barreling through yards and blocking traffic in Gilford, New Hampshire. We’re told some of the massive animals have been corralled, but many more are still on the loose. The … Continue reading

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Right Wing Twitter Begins Digging For Dirt On CNN Employees

I’m not going to name the guy here. He’s not an on-air personality. But I would like to point out that this is a natural and predictable outcome of the war on privacy and free speech that CNN journalists began … Continue reading

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Hillary Sided with Russia, Bill Clinton got $500 thousand for a speech in Moscow

The Russian lawyer who landed a meeting with Donald Trump Jr. during last year’s presidential campaign with the promise of dirt on Hillary Clinton had one big thing in common with the Democratic candidate: Both had opposed Russia sanctions targeting … Continue reading

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Leftist Berkeley Students Arrested for Hate Crimes

Two students at University of California, Berkeley have been arrested on suspicion of hate crimes and vandalism after graffiti was discovered in Berkeley that read “fuck white people” and “kill cops.” Ismael Chamu and Peter Estrada were arrested on Friday and … Continue reading

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DC Comics Reboots Snagglepuss as ‘Gay, Southern Gothic Playwright’

Heavens to Murgatroyd! Does every cartoon character need to be revamped for “the current year”? You might be familiar with Snagglepuss, aka America’s favorite pink cartoon mountain lion, from his wacky and family-friendly adventures during his 32-episode series as seen … Continue reading

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When Crimes Happen at School, N.H. Law Doesn’t Require Parental Notification

Laurie Laizure of Manchester likes to think she’s the kind of parent who’s engaged in what’s happening at her kids’ schools. Which is why she was so surprised to learn, when scrolling through Facebook last month, about a sexual assault that … Continue reading

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Sununu and His Attorney General Hang Secretary of State Gardner (and the President) Out to Dry

This is the third in a series of posts about a lawsuit the ACLU-NH has brought against Secretary of State Bill Gardner that is intended to prevent New Hampshire from participating in President Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. In the … Continue reading

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2016 NH Primary Voter-Shaming Letters Tied to Kasich Campaign

In the days before the 2016 New Hampshire primary, some voters in the Granite State received an ominous notice in their mailboxes. “What if your friends, your neighbors, and your community knew whether you voted?” read the mailer, which also contained a “New … Continue reading

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