Daily Archives: August 29, 2017

Justice Alito temporarily blocks order for Texas voting map to be redrawn

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Monday agreed to a request from Texas officials to temporarily block a lower court order directing Texas to redraw two of the state’s 36 congressional districts. The case, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott v. Shannon Perez, centers on … Continue reading

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‘Gone with the Wind’ too ‘insensitive’ for Tennessee locals; group ends annual screenings

The iconic film “Gone with the Wind” has been deemed so “insensitive” by Memphis, Tennessee, locals that an organization has ended annual showings. Director Victor Fleming’s epic drama set during the Civil War and the Reconstruction era was screened for … Continue reading

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So, Does Manchester Mayoral Candidate Joyce Craig Support AntiFA?

Yesterday I pondered the mysteries behind the appearance of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in Manchester New Hampshire, questioning why he’d come cross-country to support the mayoral candidacy of Democrat Joyce Craig. Today we may have an answer. “The next generation of leaders … Continue reading

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Study puts numbers to NH’s nursing shortage

New Hampshire ranked 10th in the country among states with the most overworked nurses, according to a report from Medicare Health Plans, a company that provides reviews of health insurance companies. The report was compiled by examining data from the U.S. Census Bureau, … Continue reading

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N.H. Pauses Plans to Share Voter Checklists; Some Include Confidential Information

The Secretary of State’s office is holding off on sending voter information to the Trump commission, after discovering that some public checklists included confidential information about domestic violence victims that was not supposed to be made public. In a joint press release … Continue reading

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Concrete From Bridge Falls Onto I-93 in Londonderry

LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) — Southbound Interstate 93 has been reopened after concrete fell from a bridge over the highway in Londonderry, New Hampshire, prompting an inspection of similar bridges in the state. Officials said a piece of concrete fell from the … Continue reading

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(Still Not) Ready for Hillary – The Book Tour! (Coming to New Hampshire)

Hillary lost because she was a lousy candidate, but that’s no reason not to try and make money on it. So someone wrote a book for her and put Hillary’s name on it so she can cash the advances. (She should … Continue reading

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Why Officials Didn’t Order The Evacuation Of Houston.

As Hurricane Harvey churned toward the Texas coast, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner told people to stay put. Don’t evacuate, he said. Ride out the storm. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sounded a different note, telling Houstonians that if he were living in the … Continue reading

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Nashua, NH Man Posed as Counselor, Sexually Assaulted 18-Year-Old Woman

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire have charged a man who they say sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman after giving her alcohol. WMUR-TV reports 46-year-old David Greenblatt, of Nashua, has been charged with two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault. … Continue reading

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Data Point – Traffic deaths….Colorado….pot

Federal and state data show that the number of drivers involved in fatal crashes in Colorado who tested positive for marijuana has more than doubled since 2013. A Denver Post analysis of the data and coroner reports provides the most comprehensive look … Continue reading

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