Daily Archives: September 7, 2017

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Calls Private Property Hindrance to Progress

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a leftist. His words and actions have proved this repeatedly. Yet during an interview with New York Magazine published this week, he said some things that would make Bernie Sanders wince. When … Continue reading

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Redneck Muslim and Family Leaving TN for Move to NH!

In a recent article, I broke the news that Will Coley and his family would be moving to Keene to start NH’s first full-time mosque. Now, that move is underway. Here’s a video Will streamed to his facebook profile yesterday. Will updates his … Continue reading

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Ed Naile: Formal Submission to Trump Election Commission

CNHT has been diligently documenting voter fraud since 2000. Here is Part One of our submission to the Trump Election Integrity Commission for today’s deadline. You will see it covers the statutes involved in the recent discovery of 5,300 noncitizen … Continue reading

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Epsom NH School Board votes, 3-2, to keep Confederate flag in mural

Shawna Bateman wishes she could tell her two sons that racism in America doesn’t exist anymore, but she knows she can’t do that. Instead, she wants a mural at the Epsom Central School that includes a depiction of the Confederate … Continue reading

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NH Vape Shop Owner Charged With Sexually Assaulting Customer

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The owner of a New Hampshire vape shop has been charged with sexually assaulting a customer in his store. Sixty-one-year-old Virender Yadav, of Salem, Massachusetts, is accused of assaulting a woman on Sunday as she shopped at his Concord … Continue reading

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Lawsuit Can Proceed Over Beer Brewed In New Hampshire

In a decision issued late on Friday, U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman in San Jose, California, said the plaintiffs could pursue claims for damages over Craft Brew Alliance Inc’s packaging for six- and 12-packs of Kona.  | More… | … Continue reading

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NH Legislative Softball Classic will benefit Liberty House

MERRIMACK — New Hampshire’s Democrat and Republican lawmakers will be shifting their focus from Representatives Hall to the softball diamond on Saturday, Oct. 14, when they’ll meet in the First Legislative Softball Classic at the Anheuser-Busch Athletic Complex in Merrimack. The … Continue reading

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