Daily Archives: August 11, 2017

If we normalize relations with North Korea, crappy regimes will recognize that nukes are the only viable insurance policy

If we normalize relations with North Korea, it will not suddenly embrace normal rules of trade and the free flow of capital and information for precisely the reasons I laid out above: Doing so would undermine the power of the … Continue reading

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Al Gores “An Incontinent Sequel” is 3% Better than the Emoji Movie

And that’s a 3% difference on Rotten Tomatoes from people who probably wanted to see Al Gore’s Climate Cult flick. The Rotten Tomatoes (RT) reviews are in for Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power movie. According to RT, … Continue reading

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State police identify body found floating in Hampton Harbor in July as Florida man

CONCORD — New Hampshire State Police have released the name of a Florida man whose body was pulled from Hampton Harbor last month, hoping it leads to more information in the investigation into his death. Roland Gilles Chiasson, 65, was … Continue reading

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Police Warn of Counterfeit Tablets With Fentanyl

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire State Police are alerting the public to tablets that look like oxycodone, but contain fentanyl, potentially creating an overdose hazard. The Narcotics and Investigations unit says investigators have seized large quantities of tan-colored tablets marked “M30.” … Continue reading

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Dave Gaubatz Discusses Potential Terror Threat in the Queen City

Rich talked to Dave Gaubatz, author of Muslim Mafia and Arabic for Police and Military, about the Islamic Society of New Hampshire’s mosque in the Queen City.  He started the segment by sharing his background, before telling Rich about what he found in the mosque. | More… | … Continue reading

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Are There Secret Archaeological Sites In N.H.?

According to New Hampshire’s Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer Richard Boisvert, there’s a “confidential” list of sites, but she stopped short of calling it “secret.” “It’s available to people who have a reason to know and this would be the … Continue reading

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Antrim Wind Farm proposal headed to State Supreme Court

The state’s highest court will hear arguments involving a proposed wind farm in the town of Antrim. It’s the latest development in a years-long battle for the Antrim Wind project, which has been under development since 2009. (…) The groups … Continue reading

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Coyle resigns as Londonderry prosecutor – Walks away With nearly $86K

LONDONDERRY — Londonderry Police Prosecutor Kevin Coyle resigned late last week after more than 20 years with the department for undisclosed reasons, according to a separation agreement between the Derry resident and the town. Coyle served his last day as … Continue reading

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Henniker: Western Ave. Rebuild Project Out of Control

The BOS has lost control of the Western Ave. rebuild project! The headline in this week’s Messenger newspaper says it all: NON-COMPLIANCE.  (and) In a stunning development, The Messenger is reporting that Town Administrator (TA) Christine Trovato’s report to the BOS … Continue reading

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At the doors of the abortionists, we plead, we weep, we offer hope

I do think there is a place for showing the world the reality of abortion, similar to that of Emmet Till’s casket demonstrated the horror of violence against people of color in the 1950’s. But as a nation we’ve been traumatized by … Continue reading

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