Daily Archives: August 4, 2017

Black Woman Destroys White Privilege Myth

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George Carlin’s New Hampshire Camp Connection

Kelly’s dad grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. She remembers her father, George, telling stories of growing up in “Irish Harlem”, a pretty rough neighborhood squeezed between Spanish Harlem, Black Harlem and Columbia University. George was a … Continue reading

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Synagogue Denied Building Permit – Might Attract Terrorist Attacks and Endanger Neighbors

An excuse coming soon to “everything the left opposes” near you? A LOCAL council has banned the construction of a synagogue in Bondi because it could be a terrorist target, in a shock move that religious leaders say has caved … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Ann Moreau – Candidate for Alderman in Ward 6

Rich talked to Elizabeth Ann Moreau, who is a candidate for alderman in Ward 6.  Elizabeth started the segment by speaking about her background, beginning by telling Rich about her time as an army medic.  She then shared about the opioid epidemic, Government ethics, … Continue reading

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ABC, NBC Ignore West Virginia’s Governor Ditching Dems for GOP

Early Thursday morning, President Trump teased a big announcement that would be made at his campaign rally in West Virginia later in the day. Like many things in Washington lately, the announcement leaked early and it was one liberals couldn’t … Continue reading

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Boycott Procter and Gamble until they pull their racist and anti-law enforcement Ad.

In response to this. P&G Procter and Gamble released a commercial this week as part of their, “My Black is Beautiful’ campaign. It’s called ‘The Talk’. In the commercial P&G goes out of its way to reinforce negative law-enforcement stereotypes … Continue reading

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Rich Ashooh unanimously confirmed by US Senate as assistant commerce secretary

Veteran businessman and higher education executive Rich Ashooh of Bedford was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate Thursday for an assistant secretary’s post in the U.S. Commerce Department. WMUR confirmed Friday that Ashooh’s nomination was approved without debate to the … Continue reading

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Warner Teen Arrested For Theft At The Mall

WARNER, NH — A local teen is due in court later this month on a theft charge after allegedly stealing items at the mall, according to police. Bailey Bigelow, 18, of East Main Street in Warner, was arrested on July … Continue reading

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Sturm Ruger faces 22 percent decline in year-over-year sales

“Attributes second quarter drop to retailers overstocking in anticipation of Clinton win.” Gun sales have gone so soft that Sturm Ruger and Co. closed down its Newport, NH plant for two weeks, an opportunity for some much needed maintenance, said … Continue reading

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Engineering Education: Social Engineering Rather than Actual Engineering

Alas, the world we engineers envisioned as young students is not quite as simple and straightforward as we had wished because a phalanx of social justice warriors, ideologues, egalitarians, and opportunistic careerists has ensconced itself in America’s college and universities. The … Continue reading

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