Daily Archives: October 1, 2017

Berkeley Protesters Try To Explain What They’re Protesting. It’s Hilarious.

Asked to explain exactly how they were empowering “hate speech,” the protester says, “Because what they’re doing is allowing sick people like Yiannopoulos, Ann Coulter, and Bannon and these sick people to promote hate speech and to go ahead and … Continue reading

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Antifa stalks Republican students at dinner

Conservative students at the University of California, Berkeley have been actively stalked and targeted by a regional Antifa organization known for inciting violence. While the Berkeley College Republicans met at a local restaurant Wednesday evening, Berkeley Antifa took to Twitter … Continue reading

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Mark Steyn: The Cat in the Racist Hat

Tonight I made a rare Friday appearance with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. The subject was a Massachusetts school librarian’s decision to reject a gift of children’s books from Melania Trump because Dr. Seuss is “racist propaganda.”  |More…

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Tired of football and all the politics? How about something different.

As many of you know, I have been working for Stihl Timbersports for 25 years. I am on the production crew. Recently, Duluth Trading Post, one of our sponsors, wrote me up a bit in a blog ad for their Firehose Pants. | … Continue reading

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Gov. Sununu among top speakers at Republican gathering in New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire Republicans are gathering for a daylong event that is part of efforts to rebuild the party infrastructure and energize the grassroots. The R.E.D Summit runs all day Saturday at the New Hampshire Institute of … Continue reading

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Lynch, Paul honored by University of New Hampshire

DURHAM, N.H. The state’s longest-serving governor and a philanthropic entrepreneur have been awarded the University of New Hampshire’s most prestigious awards. Democrat John Lynch, who graduated from UNH in 1974 and served as governor from 2005-2013, was awarded the Charles Holmes … Continue reading

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New Hampshire lawmakers prepare for next session

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Legislature won’t be back in session until January, but lawmakers have begun drafting bills and crafting agendas. After getting the budget out of the way last year, re-authorization of the state’s expanded Medicaid … Continue reading

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Substitute teacher takes knee in classroom during pledge of allegiance

LITTLETON, Mass. —A substitute school teacher took a knee while students in her class recited the Pledge of Allegiance Thursday and went on to discuss her political views. | Video

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Manchester ICE Office Vigil Oct. 3 Calls To End Deportations

MANCHESTER – Buoyed by a federal court decision putting a halt to the imminent deportation of about 60 Indonesian immigrants, members of area religious congregations will return to the Norris Cotton Federal Building on Tuesday, October 3 to pray for a halt to all … Continue reading

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State probes fatal officer-involved shooting at Belmont gas station

BELMONT — A 46-year-old Belmont man recently indicted for attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault was shot and killed Saturday following an incident with a Belmont police officer, law enforcement sources said.Joseph Mazzitelli, whose last known address is listed as 11 Dock … Continue reading

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