Daily Archives: September 17, 2017

Barbershop: Conservative Free Speech On College Campuses

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: It’s time for the Barbershop. That’s where we talk with a group of interesting and well-informed people about what’s in the news and what’s on their minds. Joining us for our shapeup today are Sarah Westwood. She’s … Continue reading

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Joe Biden Compares Supporters of Due Process on Campus to Charlottesville Nazis

Joe Biden compares supporters of due process to ‘Nazis’ who marched in Charlottesville. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s* recent announcement that her department will revise Title IX enforcement practices led one angry former vice president to compare her to white nationalists … Continue reading

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Time to Ask Your Legislators to Protect Free Speech in the UNH System

The recently released UNH Interim Report Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate is not about the weather, but it does involve snowflakes. Let me drop one on your tongue so you can get a taste. “UNH must develop a sustainable … Continue reading

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Hillary, America’s Miss Havisham

This week, the sorest loser since Dickens’ Miss Havisham in Great Expectations, Hillary Clinton, began peddling her latest book What Happened. (No question mark at the end because it’s didactic, not really an inquiry. She knows the answer and she’s going to … Continue reading

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Trump prepares Arctic for drill, baby, drill

President Trump is reviving efforts to drill for oil in the Arctic Circle — efforts Democrats have thwarted for 19.6 million acres. His administration is drafting changes to regulations to allow oil drilling in about 2,000 of the 19.6 million … Continue reading

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University of New Hampshire Plots to Turn Students into Globalists

Last week, while the nation’s eyes were collectively glued to reports about Hurricane Irma, the University of New Hampshire published a chillingly Orwellian report that illustrates the extent to which America’s colleges and universities have become veritable progressive madrassas. The … Continue reading

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Keene State College interim president details difficult spending-cut process

After a weeks-long review process that led to $7.5 million in cuts, Keene State College received a finalized budget Friday. Departments began the fall semester a few weeks ago without final budgets, a situation several faculty members described as a … Continue reading

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Henniker’s Unpaid, Un-Redeemed Tax Problem….

Trying to understand the overall tax requirements to run a town can be quite confusing. One has to work through a blizzard of RSA’s that regulate how all taxes (including your property tax) are created, levied and collected. Then there … Continue reading

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Hiker dies after becoming ill on New Hampshire mountain

SARGENT’S PURCHASE, N.H. (AP) — Authorities say a 66-year-old Maine man died after becoming ill while hiking up Mount Washington. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says Rolf Diamon, of Windham, Maine, was hiking up the Lion Head Trail … Continue reading

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New Hampshire rejected 2 bills limiting access to records

Two measures that ultimately failed in New Hampshire were among dozens of bills state Legislatures debated this session that would close or limit public access to government records and meetings, according to a review by The Associated Press and numerous … Continue reading

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