Daily Archives: August 9, 2017

New Hampshire sues opioid makers for deceptive marketing

New Hampshire on Tuesday became the latest state to launch a lawsuit against a prescription painkiller manufacturer, Perdue Pharma, for deceptively marketing OxyContin. The state’s attorney general accused Perdue in a civil complaint of downplaying OxyContin’s risk of addiction, overstating … Continue reading

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Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber: The “Memo” That Made The Media Flip Out

Did you hear about the deplorable memo some woman-hating Google engineer shared? The media being the media, redacted, cherry picked and excerpted their way into their very own echo chamber tizzy. In reality, “… a major purpose of the memo was to … Continue reading

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IBEW reaches Northern Pass labor agreement

The Boston-based International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ Second District has reached an agreement with Eversource and the contractors chosen to build the 192-mile Northern Pass transmission project In a press release, the IBEW said that the project labor agreement with … Continue reading

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NH Dem Party Chair Ray Buckley proves the stereotype “You WILL be made to care”

It isn’t “can’t we just all get along,” rather, it is a demand that you not only recognize but affirm our issue. We’ve been seeing this on college campuses for the last two years as we see these college student … Continue reading

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NH law changes ‘child porn’ to ‘child sex abuse images’

A bill that changed the title of the crime of “child pornography” to the crime of “child sexual abuse images,” will take effect on Sunday. HB 220 was introduced by Rep. Renny Cushing, D-Hampton, in an effort to ensure that … Continue reading

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2 mosquito batches in Manchester test positive for West Nile

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services says two batches of mosquitoes from Manchester have tested positive for the West Nile Virus, the first of the 2017 season. State Epidemiologist Benjamin Chan says no humans … Continue reading

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Kimberly Morin: A Republican, a Democrat and the ACLU Walk into a Bogus Lawsuit

On Monday, a lawsuit that was brought by Representative Neal Kurk (Republican) and Senator Bette Laskey (Democrat), along with the ACLU of New Hampshire, was dropped. The lawsuit was brought to stop Secretary of State Bill Gardner from handing over publicly … Continue reading

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She blamed Islamophobia, then her husband was arrested for weapons smuggling

This evidence would suggest that the Los Angeles Times ran an op-ed blaming Islamophobia for being subjected to extra scrutiny on a trip back from Turkey by the wife of a man who had smuggled illegal items to Islamic fighters through Turkey. … Continue reading

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Ex-Auburn Rep. James Headd wins GOP primary for NH House seat

AUBURN — Republican primary voters chose between two former incumbents in a three-way race Tuesday, and ex-state Rep. James F. Headd of Auburn won the vacant Rockingham County nomination in the New Hampshire House. Headd took all three towns in … Continue reading

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Army shoots down demands to scrub Confederate names from Fort Hamilton

U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke has vowed to keep fighting after the Army shot down a proposal to rename two streets honoring Confederate generals at New York City’s Fort Hamilton. General Lee Ave. and Stonewall Jackson Drive at the Brooklyn base, … Continue reading

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