Daily Archives: September 27, 2017

Lawsuit: Jay Peak attorneys got $25,000 ‘kickbacks’ for each new investor

Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the state allege that Bill Stenger, the former CEO and president of Jay Peak Resort, paid $25,000 to immigration attorneys in “kickbacks” for each new investor the lawyers brought into the projects. | More… | … Continue reading

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Power Plant Economics (At Dartmouth)

In a bid to become more environmentally friendly, Dartmouth plans to transition its power plant from dirty No. 6 fuel oil to biomass (likely wood pellets or chips). Moving to a cleaner source of energy is certainly commendable, but what of the expense? … Continue reading

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The Ruling of Carl Gibson and Discussing Domicile

Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud, began the segment by speaking about the NH Supreme Court’s ruling on fraudulent voter Carl Gibson.  They then addressed out of state voters and the use of domicile. |More… | Girard … Continue reading

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Ridley Report: What’s the best wording for the non-aggression principle?

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New Identity for New Hampshire PBS Station

New Hampshire Public Television is changing its name to New Hampshire PBS on October 1, 2017. The change in name recognizes the strong relationship viewers express between New Hampshire Public Television and PBS. “New Hampshire Public Television has been a trusted … Continue reading

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64 percent of voters agree with President Trump – want players to stand for the anthem

Nearly two-thirds of Americans say NFL players should stand and be respectful during the playing of the national anthem, according to a survey released on Monday. A survey by Remington Research Group found that 64 percent of voters agree with President Trump … Continue reading

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Investigation underway after police stop rabbi at gunpoint

New York assemblyman is demanding answers from Vermont State Police after he says a Brooklyn rabbi and his family felt “terrorized” by a trooper who ordered them out of their vehicle at gunpoint, and threw two of them down to … Continue reading

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Keene State Changed its Parking Policy

Parking permits are not around just to create revenue for KSC or to give Campus Safety an excuse to write tickets. Crossman said parking permit numbers can also allow Campus Safety to contact someone if his or her car is … Continue reading

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Should Landowners Trust Northern Pass?

Grafton County Attorney Lara Saffo made her points about the impact on homeowners and businesses of burying 52 miles of Northern Pass cable from Bethlehem to Bridgewater by showing photos of various properties and the massive equipment it would take … Continue reading

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Environmental Groups Happy RGGI Bilks Rate Payers

Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont have netted $2.8 billion through the emissions auctions since 2008, spending the proceeds on energy programs. Maryland’s share has been $573 million. New Jersey left … Continue reading

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