Daily Archives: September 24, 2017

Interfaith Group Turning Trashed Home into NH Mosque

It’s been a crazy week, but major progress has been made turning a house that was trashed by its previous “libertarian” tenants into NH’s first full-time mosque. The Masjid al Latiff and Interfaith Community Center (MALIC Center) is Will Coley‘s vision that … Continue reading

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Medicaid Expansion – What Will NH Republicans Do When the ‘Free’ Money is Gone?

For years we have warned about taking “free money with strings attached.” There’s another meme that describes the below from the Pravda on the Merrimack: “Fed crack.” No, not real drugs but the allure and the addiction is just as real … Continue reading

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Feminist group admits ‘pay gap’ is caused by women’s choices

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has finally admitted that the “gender pay gap” is caused by women’s choices. In a recent article on the gender pay gap, AAUW Senior Researcher Kevin Miller concedes that the pay disparity between women and men isn’t … Continue reading

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NH police and illegals: Is this ‘catch and release?’

The New Hampshire State Police are working on a “clear policy” regarding that agency’s role in dealing with illegal immigrants. We hope it comes up with something clearer and better than what the Deerfield police have just adopted. Immigration enforcement … Continue reading

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Weekend Pundit: The ‘Big Lie’ Tactic Lives On

The efficacy of The Big Lie has been proven again and again over the years. It certainly has been proven most recently in regards to the so-called “rape crisis” on college campuses. I was reminded of this while watching our local TV … Continue reading

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Strong Majority Support “Stand Your Ground” in New Hampshire

Under castle doctrine laws, a resident may use deadly force without first attempting retreat if the resident is attacked in his or her home.  Under so-called “stand your ground” laws, a resident may use deadly force anywhere he or she … Continue reading

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Conway School board to return $2 million to Taxpayers

CONWAY — Conway School Board members shared some good news earlier this month — they’ll be returning nearly $2 million to the town to help offset taxes. At a recent meeting, the board revealed it has more than $1.7 million … Continue reading

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Court rules reporter must testify in NH voter suppression case

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Supreme Court says a former reporter could be forced to testify against a man accused of sending a bogus email announcing a House candidate was dropping out of the race. The Concord Monitor … Continue reading

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