Daily Archives: September 25, 2017

NH Company Sentenced for Trafficking Counterfeit Patriots Playoff T-Shirts

BOSTON – A New Hampshire company was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for trafficking counterfeit New England Patriots AFC Championship and Super Bowl t-shirts during the 2015 NFL playoffs. At the sentencing hearing, CK Productions Inc., based in … Continue reading

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Weirs Drive-In Theater Back On The Market After Concerns Raised Over Native American Artifacts

During its 68-year run, the Weirs Drive-In Theater certainly played its fair share of “Indiana Jones” movies. Real life archeologists are also interested in what may be underneath the iconic outdoor movie theater’s thirteen paved acres. “I would characterize this site as … Continue reading

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For-Profit Passenger Rail Plan Needs Public Money and Why Freight Rail is the Future

This morning Rich and I spent the segment talking about a so-called for-profit private passenger rail plan with a hitch. This private for-profit plans to tap million in taxpayer dollars annually but can only get them if municipalities like Nashua sign up … Continue reading

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NHexit anti-war / Syria demonstration

NH: Around April 2017, free staters schedule a Manchester demonstration against U.S. involvement in Syria. It’s triggered by Trump’s infamous bombing of an airfield. In keeping with my idea that you’re better off with many small protests than one big … Continue reading

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How Pro-Voter Fraud Groups and Officials Scam Legal Voters

The requirement for every state to be admitted to the union, past and future, is that its people will be guaranteed a “republican form of government”; in other words, they must operate under the definition of a Republic. Therefore, the … Continue reading

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Mizzou enrollment falls to lowest level since 2008

Amid ongoing fallout from the protests that rocked campus in 2015, the University of Missouri recently welcomed its smallest student body since 2008. As Campus Reform has repeatedly reported, the embattled university has taken hit after hit, starting with a $32 million budget shortfall … Continue reading

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Special Election for NH State Rep: a Note on Jim Headd

New Hampshire voters in Auburn, Chester, and Sandown (Rockingham County district 4) will go to the polls tomorrow, September 26, for a special election to fill a state representative seat. Among the candidates is former state representative Jim Headd. An … Continue reading

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It’s Monday: I’m on the Air at WLMW 90.7 FM at 8:40 am

This will be my last Monday in-studio with Rich Girard but not my last Monday on the program. I’m working on calling-in in future weeks but at a different time so check back for details on that. For today I’ll be poking … Continue reading

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Privately funded passenger rail pitched for southern NH

NASHUA — Boston Surface Railroad Company of Rhode Island is in the early stages of planning to bring privately funded passenger rail service from Bedford to Worcester, Mass., with potential stops in Nashua and Lowell, Mass. City officials will be presented … Continue reading

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