Daily Archives: July 29, 2017

UNH to Create Brand New “Anti-Bias Tool” with Taxpayer Dollars

Two years ago, in July of 2015, the University of New Hampshire made national news over a Bais-Free Language guide which suggested, among other things, that the word ‘American’ is problematic. The media firestorm produced a clarification from UNH President Mark Huddleston and a defense of … Continue reading

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County tears down Roadside memorial to veterans, town rebuilds it

A local community is making a bold move after a roadside memorial honoring veterans was taken down in Preston. King County road crews took down a “years-old display” of American and POW flags in the town of Preston after someone … Continue reading

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Ellen Kolb: (Why) The Democrat won, and it wasn’t close.

When does independence in a politician become inconsistency? Does it matter? An election held near my town this week says it does – and that inconsistency sometimes just doesn’t pay. The race was for a state senate seat. The candidates … Continue reading

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The Restriction of Teachers and Discussing Unions

Rich displayed his discontent over the teachers’ inability to do what they need to do in the classroom, as discussed in a previous discussion with Katie Howe.  He tackled testing, reminding the listeners about Kelley Tambouris’ past involvement on the show, and took a call … Continue reading

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Senator Shaheen Suddenly Wants to Fix her Obamacare Disaster

Yesterday, Senator Jeanne Shaheen posted a homemade video of herself talking to “constituents” in New Hampshire about the failure of the senate to pass a repeal of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. After ignoring her constituents for … Continue reading

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President Vows To ‘Eradicate’ MS-13 Gang

Calling members of the transnational street gang MS-13 “animals” who like to let their victims “die slowly because that way it’s more painful,” President Trump on Friday sought to highlight his administration’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration, reduce … Continue reading

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3.8 Million Dollar Claim Filed Against Evergreen College For Perpetuating Hostile Work Environment

Evergreen State College professor Bret Weinstein and his wife have filed a tort claim against the university for cultivating and perpetuating a racially hostile and retaliatory work environment. | Kevin Kervick

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After drug-planting allegations against two officers, 34 cases dropped

Baltimore’s top prosecutor says her office is dismissing 34 cases that relied on the testimony of three officers who are under scrutiny after the release of body camera footage that defense attorneys say shows evidence being fabricated. Baltimore State’s Attorney … Continue reading

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“Allahu Akbar!” – Well, I dunno about you but that makes it fairly clear to me.

Yet, once again, “experts” and our “betters” claim the opposite.  Yet, once again, we see an asylum seeker from the Religion of Peace not being so peaceful pretty much telling everyone why he is doing this at the top of … Continue reading

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Dog given Narcan after possible overdose on prescription opioids

LYMAN, MAINE – A three-year-old yellow Labrador retriever had to be given Narcan after her owner believes the dog “overdosed” on Oxycodone Thursday morning. According to the York County Sheriff’s Office, the pup, named Addie, got into her owner’s legally … Continue reading

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