Daily Archives: August 22, 2017

Watch: This Video Shows Violence From Antifa In Charlottesville

Video from Saturday’s “Unite The Right” demonstration in Charlottesville shows what appears to be the initiation of violence by counter-demonstrators — presumably “AntiFa,” “Black Lives Matter,” and assorted neo-Marxist and Democrat-aligned agitation groups. “Unite the Right” demonstrators — presumably white racial … Continue reading

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Politician reacts to Constitution question with “We’re all done sir”

‘ An NH state rep is involved with one or more of the govt’s transportation institutions. He continues responding to my question about what if anything he’s doing to help the Feds stop interfering with transportation. | RidleyReport

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Portsmouth City Council Changes Rules for Public Input

The Portsmouth City Council is changing the way it interacts with the public. After a spirited debate Monday night, Portsmouth City Councilors voted 7-1 to replace every other meeting’s public comment period with a public dialogue session. The dialogue session … Continue reading

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NH Restaurant Accused of Over-Serving Drinks to 3 Who Died

BRENTWOOD, N.H. (AP) — A Chinese restaurant in New Hampshire has been indicted on charges of over-serving alcohol to three men who died in a 2016 car crash. Jack Perreault, Malachi Davis and Hunter Vars, all of East Kingston, were ejected from … Continue reading

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Just 28% Think Americans Have True Freedom of Speech Today

Few Americans think they have true freedom of speech today and think the country is too politically correct. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 28% of American Adults think Americans have true freedom of … Continue reading

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Shannon McGinley and Gabrielle Jette Tackle the Transgender Issue

Guest hosts Shannon McGinley and Gabrielle Jette of Cornerstone Policy Research opened up this morning’s show by talking about yesterday’s solar eclipse.  They then tackled the transgender issue, speaking about a proposed change in Medicaid funding, rising suicide rates and more.  | More… | GAL

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Sanborn Superintendent Says Trust-Building a Priority

At a Sanborn Regional School District (SRSD) School Board (SB) meeting on Wednesday, August 16, 2017, the overall theme was enunciated by interim Superintendent Tom Ambrose as he discussed multiple meetings he has held with members of the community, elected … Continue reading

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AFP-NH to host tax reform forum in Portsmouth

MANCHESTER — Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) will host the third and final event in a series of forums on tax reform in Portsmouth on Wednesday. The event will bring together individuals and business owners who have been impacted … Continue reading

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NH: Govt council lady wants to know why I’m asking questions

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Ed Naile: Oh, What A Tangled Community Organizer Web We Have Woven

Kristin Szakos is the Charlottesville City Councilman who came up with the peachy idea of taking down the Confederate statue – in her town. Yippie, we got our community organized all right – or should I say, alt-left. | More… … Continue reading

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