Daily Archives: August 28, 2017

NH’s new business development tax break takes effect, to little fanfare

A law that took effect Aug. 18 allows New Hampshire municipalities to offer up to a 10-year, 50 percent cut in property tax bills on commercial and industrial development. Now the question is: Will cities and towns take advantage of … Continue reading

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Mosque Madness and a Lesson About Free Speech

Rich addressed the flak that he received over his decision to interview Dave Gaubatz concerning the mosque in the Queen City. He defended his decision and gave the listeners a lesson about what free speech truly is. Tune in to … Continue reading

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Branco Cartoon – Grave Indifference

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A Discussion about the “Not-See” Party

f you insist that your marches are about peaceful protest why do you brook masked and hooded thugs bent on using violence and intimidation to suppress or stop that speech? This week Rich and I explore how the Democrats and Progressives … Continue reading

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North Korean missile flies over Japan

North Korea launched a ballistic missile Tuesday morning that flew over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, public broadcaster NHK reported. The government issued an alert for residents in some prefectures to take cover. | Developing | WT

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Red Cross Workers From N.H., Vermont In Texas To Help With Harvey Recovery

A group of American Red Cross workers from New Hampshire and Vermont traveled to Texas over the weekend to help with recovery efforts from Tropical Storm Harvey. Lloyd Ziel of Greenland is chief communications officer for the organization’s N.H. and … Continue reading

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U.S. Border Patrol arrests 25 illegals at I-93 roadblock, seize pounds of pot

During the three-day operation, Border Patrol agents from the Swanton Sector arrested 25 people who did not have a valid immigration status, the Border Patrol said in a release. Fourteen were from Columbia and had overstayed their visas. Other illegal … Continue reading

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Forbes: NH Has Lowest Poverty in Nation Again

By the official definition of poverty in America, New Mexico has the nation’s highest poverty rate, 21.8 percent, while New Hampshire has the lowest, 6.6 percent. But a newer, more comprehensive measure of poverty by the U.S. Census Bureau tells a different story, with California … Continue reading

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Libertarians wrestle with the alt-right

Christopher Cantwell, the self-described anti-Semite and alt-right activist who starred in a viral Vice News documentary about the deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, is now facing three charges based on his conduct. Unlike some of the other marchers, Cantwell was … Continue reading

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More than 400 UNH students attending tuition-free

No, It’s not really free. UNH is still getting ‘paid.’ DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — More than 400 incoming University of New Hampshire students are attending the school tuition-free this fall. The students, who receive federal Pell grants, are getting assistance … Continue reading

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