Daily Archives: July 25, 2017

When you still hear Hollywood Liberals Complaining…

That face you make…

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Gravel urges Manchester residents to file charter complaint

Manchester resident Lisa Gravel has started a movement of sorts by filing a complaint against Ward 2 Alderman Ron Ludwig and Ward 11 Alderman Normand Gamache for violating the city’s charter.  It started at the board’s meeting of 18 July 2017, where she raised a variety of … Continue reading

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CHANGE IN CIVIL FORFEITURE POLICY UNLIKELY TO AFFECT NH

LACONIA — A policy change announced this week by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions isn’t likely to greatly increase seizure of cash, cars or other property of people suspected of crimes but not charged, a New Hampshire federal prosecutor said. … Continue reading

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Feds dole out $3 Million (plus!) to fight ‘microaggressions’ in STEM fields

The National Science Foundation (NSF) gave out more than three million dollars to fight “implicit bias,” “microaggressions,” and “lack of diversity” in STEM fields this July. Founded by Congress in 1950, the NSF is a federal agency that seeks to … Continue reading

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State sends $30 million back to N.H. cities and towns for infrastructure

In his budget address in February, Sununu had proposed establishing an Infrastructure Revitalization Fund with surplus dollars to help pay for local projects, including school renovations. A 10-member commission would have chosen which projects to fund, and Sununu estimated as … Continue reading

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Man Falls Asleep Behind Wheel, Drives off Exeter River Bridge

BRENTWOOD, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire say a driver dozed off before driving off a bridge and into a river. The Portsmouth Herald reports police responded to a crash in Brentwood around 1 p.m. Monday. Police say they … Continue reading

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Joyce Craig the Critic

Rich talked about a Facebook comment that Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig posted, in which she criticized Mayor Ted Gatsas’ handling of the opioid crisis.  He talked about Safe Stations and Serenity Place, before tackling Craig’s view that the Queen City should fall in line with the Paris Climate Accords.  | Source Page |Girard … Continue reading

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Right-to-Know law expanded: greater visibility into violations by public officials

Governor Sununu signed HB460 into law on June 28th. This bill states that meeting minutes must now include any objections made to any discussions during a meeting if a member of the public body believes that the discussion is in violation of … Continue reading

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Sex offender missing from Manchester halfway house

MANCHESTER — A sex offender with a criminal history of felony assault and witness tampering is missing from the New Hampshire Department of Corrections halfway house in Manchester, officials said Monday. Rochester resident Stephen Paul Edgerly Sr., 44, was placed on … Continue reading

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D.C. law requiring ‘good reason’ to carry handgun rejected by appeals court

A federal appeals court has blocked enforcement of a strict concealed-carry law in the nation’s capital that required gun owners to prove a “good reason” in order to obtain permits allowing them to carry handguns for self defense. In a … Continue reading

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