Daily Archives: August 10, 2017

“The right to free speech does not convey with it the right for you to not be offended,”

Rich started the hour by informing the listeners about who would be hosting the show while he is away on vacation.  He then played a clip in which Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, discussed what’s wrong with … Continue reading

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North Korea’s Recent History of Random, Sudden, Violent Provocation

One aspect of the threat from North Korea that doesn’t get addressed seriously enough is the regime is either unable or unwilling to accurately assess the risks of its actions. It’s as if the entire Pyongyang government has no sense of … Continue reading

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New Hampshire hit with 10 percent increase in robocalls

If you’ve been plagued with phone calls from unfamiliar, out-of-state numbers, you’re not alone. New Hampshire is among the top five states that have seen a double-digit increase in robocalls over the past year, according to YouMail, a provider of cloud-based … Continue reading

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Why Colin Kaepernick Doesn’t Have a Job

New Hampshire Public radio has a lengthy screed about why former Quarterback Colin Kaepernick doesn’t have a job. They quote players, experts, and none of them ever gets to the actual point of the problem. A situation that anyone who has … Continue reading

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Girard at Large – On Air News Read for August 10, 2017

Governor Christopher Sununu has sent a letter to President Donald Trump urging him to make funds available to health insurance companies that participate in state run Obamacare health insurance exchanges.  Saying that the companies can’t operate well in an uncertain environment, the governor asked the President to fund … Continue reading

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NH House Leaders React to Dismissal of NH Voter List Lawsuit

CONCORD – House Speaker Shawn Jasper (R-Hudson) and House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) issued statements in reaction to the dismissal of a suit brought by the ACLU and 2 elected members of the New Hampshire Legislature against New Hampshire … Continue reading

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N.H. Judge orders free redacted emails

The Town of Tuftonboro, N.H. lost its effort to charge $0.15 per page to redact emails provided electronically. Judge Amy Ignatius in Carroll County Superior Court ruled that redacting emails electronically does not substantively change their format nor does it incur actual … Continue reading

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Hiring Freeze Results in 9000 Fewer Federal Employees in First 6-months

The Washington Times is reporting that President Trumps’ hiring freeze has resulted in 9,000 fewer Federal employees in the first 6-months. Mr. Trump ordered the hiring freeze on his first day in office and embarked on the most ambitious agenda to … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Hypocrisy: A “Drug Den” When Convenient

Officials in NH, particularly the governor, had a chance here to walk the walk, and do what they advised Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera a few short months earlier: stop overreacting, stop playing the victim, and embrace the reality so we … Continue reading

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Michelle Levell: Nashua Wants More From Homeschoolers

With the next school year right around the corner, some families are filing a Letter of Intent to begin home educating their children. They have a choice to file with their local school district (SAU) office, a private school that … Continue reading

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