Daily Archives: August 6, 2017

Southern New Hampshire University expands military discounts

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Members of the National Guard and Reserves can now get the same discount as active duty military at Southern New Hampshire University. The university offers a 30 percent discount for undergraduate degrees and a 25 percent … Continue reading

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President Trump: Immigrants Will Not Be Able To Qualify For Welfare For Five Years

Prohibiting immigrants from collecting welfare for the first few years here is not a new idea, but it is an excellent idea, and not just because Democrats will hate it. And make no mistake. Democrats loathe it. | More… | GraniteGrok … Continue reading

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$15 Minimum Wage Hurts People, as Democrats Intend

Democrat politicians ooze concern for the poor and promise wonderful sounding policies to win the votes of gullible, ignorant, and willingly deceived people.  But, in practice, Democrat policies hurt the people they are promised to help.  The Democrat demanded $15 … Continue reading

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Concord Zoning Board Approves Plans for Mosque

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The zoning board in Concord, New Hampshire, has approved plans for what could become the city’s first permanent mosque. The Concord Monitor reports the Islamic Society of Greater Concord hopes to move out of a rented space … Continue reading

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It’s Better to be Hated by Liberals Than Have Their “Help.”

Most liberals are hateful people. As hateful as Nazis. As hateful as KKK members. As hateful as Fred Phelps and his God hates f@gs wackos, who are, come to think of it, Democrats. Liberals are as much defined by whom … Continue reading

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NH State Police announce Sobriety Checkpoint in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — The New Hampshire State Police will be conducting a Sobriety Checkpoint in the Portsmouth area during the week of August 6, 2017. The program, approved by the N.H. Highway Safety Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, … Continue reading

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Medicaid expansion’s uncertain future

WITH A TWO-YEAR budget in place, the fate of Medicaid expansion in New Hampshire is likely to be the biggest policy issue facing the Legislature in 2018, and like everything else surrounding health care, it’s shrouded in uncertainty and confusion. … Continue reading

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Missing Kensington man found deceased in Mass.

KENSINGTON — A 23-year-old local man missing since July 24 was discovered deceased in Salisbury, Massachusetts, on Saturday, police announced. His death is not considered suspicious. Kensington Police Chief Scott Sanders said Jacob Marsden was found by members of the … Continue reading

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Dog kills another dog in Keene rail trail attack

KEENE — Police are investigating a dog attack that left another dog dead on a rail trail off Bradford Street Monday afternoon. Police responded to Bradford Road near the Keene Country Club Monday at 3:15 p.m. for a report that one … Continue reading

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Dunkin’ considers a doughnut-sized hole in its name

Today, Dunkin’ Donuts is locked in a nationwide popularity contest with Starbucks and independent coffeehouses, aggressively competing for the loyalty of an increasingly calorie-conscious customer base concerned with staying fit, not just caffeinated. Doughnuts – while delicious – connote neither. … Continue reading

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