Daily Archives: September 6, 2017

Is N.H.’s Branding Still Focused on the Old Man of the Mountain?

It’s been fourteen years since the Old Man of the Mountain collapsed, but New Hampshire residents are still used to seeing him all over the state. One of listeners is asking, “Why?” As part of our series Only in NH, in … Continue reading

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Hot dogs assault case wrapped up in court

OSSIPEE — The case of the woman accused of assaulting a police officer and another woman after giving water to dogs she believed were overheating in a parked truck, wrapped up earlier than expected in Carroll County Superior Court on … Continue reading

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NH think tank estimates $5 per American would pay for nuclear deterrent against North Korea

NASHUA, NH – With North Korea threatening high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack against the U.S. electric grid, experts at the New Hampshire-based Foundation for Resilient Societies estimate that a nuclear deterrent can be quickly established for a cost of about $5 per American. Protecting critical transformers with EMP blocking … Continue reading

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NHRTL: Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend For Healing

The Rachel’s Vineyard program is an opportunity to examine your abortion experience, identify the ways that the loss has impacted you in the past and present, and help to acknowledge any unresolved feelings that many individuals struggle with after abortion. Because … Continue reading

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Voter Integrity Events and Discussing Data Trails

Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed started by telling Rich about his voter fraud event in San Francisco, California.  “I don’t think we should be doing electronic checklists at the polls,” Rich … Continue reading

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Mark Steyn on DACA: Dreams, Delusions and Duplicity

As we had cause to reflect on Labor Day, no developed nation in the year 2017 needs mass immigration. To judge from the press coverage, the average DACA beneficiary is a twelve-year-old beatific moppet. In fact, Obama amnestied those aged 30 … Continue reading

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N.H. Republicans Hold Onto Grafton-Area Seat

Grafton — A Bridgewater, N.H., Republican has won a special election for the open Grafton 9 district, retaining GOP control of the New Hampshire House seat. Vincent Paul Migliore won 611 votes in Tuesday voting, defeating Bristol Democrat Joshua Adjutant, who … Continue reading

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New Hampshire bankruptcy filings jump in August

Eight New Hampshire businesses filed for bankruptcy protection in August – twice as many that filed for bankruptcy in June and July combined. August wasn’t a good month when it came to bankruptcy for individuals either. Some 160 New Hampshire … Continue reading

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Was Barack Obama Lying When He Called DACA A ‘Temporary Stopgap?’

I wrote earlier today about how the problem with DACA is bifurcated into the original immigration dilemma and the abuse of power by President Obama. That double problem is made even less workable by the extremists on both sides refusing to leave … Continue reading

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Storm chasers from Merrimack NH head toward Hurricane Irma

MERRIMACK, N.H. — Storm chasers from New Hampshire are heading toward Hurricane Irma Wednesday morning, and they’re making it a family affair. “It’s a really powerful hurricane, so we will watch it come in, and if it’s that powerful, we … Continue reading

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