Daily Archives: September 29, 2017

Fifth-grade teacher gets schooled by parents after gender-neutral grammar lessons

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Basic rules of English grammar dictate that singular nouns take singular pronouns and plural nouns take plural pronouns. So when a fifth-grade teacher requested that students address her with nongendered pronouns such as “they” and “them,” it stirred … Continue reading

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Colin Kaepernick donated $25,000 to group honoring convicted cop-killer

Colin Kaepernick started out taking a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality, but his activism has since expanded to encompass a wide range of leftist causes, including a group named after a convicted cop-killer. The Colin Kaepernick Foundation … Continue reading

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The Darling Princess: Prostitution Law Enforcement

ederal and state law regarding prostitution differs slightly across the country. Except for a few counties in NV, most of the country prohibits prostitution. Prohibition means it’s illegal. The law may impose different consequences specifically for the various players involved. … Continue reading

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Chuck Todd: Towering Constitutional Ignoramus

This is what you get when you hire a Democrat operative to be a “news” anchor: a smug, self-righteous ignoramus. Here he is haughtily sneering at the next Alabama Senator Roy Moore by stating that, “He doesn’t appear to believe … Continue reading

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Commission on Civil Rights: Notice of Public Meeting of the New Hampshire Advisory Committee

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provisions of the rules and regulations of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (Commission), and the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA), that a meeting of the New Hampshire Advisory Committee to the Commission … Continue reading

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School Choice is a Needed Tool in Fight Against Demographic Winter

The Granite State is on the precipice of Demographic Winter which is a situation where there are too few young people to support the current level of population. Population decline will have negative impacts to the economy and, correspondingly, to … Continue reading

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Jury awards businessmen defamed by Michael Gill $274.5 million

Jurors awarded each of the plaintiffs $35 million in general damages, with the rest in special and compensatory damages after hearing two days of testimony. Anagnost was awarded an additional $7.5 million and Crews $12 million in special damages. Each … Continue reading

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International Right to Know and The New Hampshire Connection

For several years, The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers has been offering workshops on the Right to Know Law, RSA 91-A, its foundation in our State Constitution and how a taxpayer group can use it in uncovering municipal corruption. So … Continue reading

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Testimony: Northern Pass Would Mean $7M in Tax Revenue to Franklin NH

CONCORD – Hard times keep getting harder in Franklin – so tough in fact, that the prospect of hosting a Northern Pass converter terminal provides a much-needed ray of hope, former city manager Elizabeth A. Dragon told the Site Evaluation … Continue reading

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They Said if We Did Nothing About Global Warming it Would Affect NH Tourism and They Were Right (Again!)

Global Warming Continues to be good for Tourism in New Hampshire. New Hampshire tourism officials are forecasting all-time highs for visitors and spending this fall season, with a good chunk of the travel occurring over Columbus Day Weekend. | More… | GraniteGrok

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