Daily Archives: August 20, 2017

New Hampshire’s Governor Chooses Placating the Leftist-Elite Over Facts

Governor Chris Sununu, in response to President Trump’s impromptu news conference at Trump Tower, which was supposed to be about infrastructure, but quickly became all about Charlottesville: Sununu’s tweet essentially parrots the Sununu’s tweet essentially parrots the elite-Left’s Charlottesville narrative. | … Continue reading

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Darlene Pawlik: My Treasure from Sex trafficking

I was groomed at 13 and sold for the first time on my 14th birthday. My trafficker was a man with a cue of girls in various stages of grooming or engagement in prostitution. He was charming. He’d be called … Continue reading

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Feds seem to be faring worse and worse against key targets

Feds seem to be faring worse and worse against key targets | RidleyReport

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Bannon Could Start Network to Compete with Fox News

Unshaven and working from home in cargo shorts as he moves into “Bannon the Barbarian” mode, Steve Bannon is thinking bigger than Breitbart. Axios reports, Axios’ Jonathan Swan hears Bannon has told friends he sees a massive opening to the right … Continue reading

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Boston company says pod transportation could be in NH’s not-so-distant future

Imagine riding in a futuristic-looking, glass-enclosed pod attached to an elevated track to reach work or the mall. That concept could be tested in Berlin this fall, with the pods themselves possibly made in the Queen City. “If Manchester was … Continue reading

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A Third of Republicans Want McConnell, Ryan Out

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 36% of Likely Republican Voters think it would be good for the United States if McConnell stepped down as Senate majority leader, while 17% believe it would be bad … Continue reading

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Hassan’s secret: Covering up Medicaid problems

Last year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) warned the Hassan administration that New Hampshire’s expanded Medicaid program was not complying with federal law. This was rather inconvenient for Hassan, who made the subsidized health insurance program the … Continue reading

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New Hampshire to D.C.: Interview with Kelly Ayotte

Harvard Political Review: You clerked for Justice Sherman Horton in New Hampshire and eventually became Attorney General of the state. Was there a particular moment when your political identity began to take shape or was it a gradual process? KA: I would … Continue reading

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Anti police sentiment expressed in two Monadnock towns

In the last month James Rieth has gone out on Temple Road in New Ipswich with a sanding block, painters tape and black, white and red paint to cover the letters “FTP” on 6-7 stop signs. He tried paint thinner … Continue reading

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Lawsuit: Poland Spring Water Is Committing ‘Colossal Fraud’

The complaint, which seeks class-action status, claims Poland Spring parent company Nestle Waters North America is actually selling water that doesn’t meet the U.S. Food and Drug Administration definition of spring water. According to its website, Poland Spring water is collected “before it emerges … Continue reading

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