Daily Archives: October 2, 2017

Fellow Puerto Rico Mayor Rips San Juan Mayor — ‘She’s Not Participating In Any Meetings’

The mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico cast serious doubt Saturday on the claims made by San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, who has repeatedly attacked President Trump and accused him of abandoning Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Guaynabo’s mayor, Angel … Continue reading

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Student: Mainstream feminism ‘excludes’ many feminists

This brand of intersectionality, in which all causes commit to each other, is highly exclusionary, Rubin told Campus Reform, noting that the BCSN is the cause of much of her consternation. “The loudest voice [on campus] is a particular brand of … Continue reading

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NH Fugitive Found Hiding In Stairwell

CONCORD, NH — Last week’s fugitive of the week was arrested this morning reportedly hiding under a blanket in a stairwell of a home in Rochester, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. Lace Meattey, 32, was wanted on a warrant out of … Continue reading

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Kimberly Morin Discusses Las Vegas Shooting and House Bill 628

Rich talked to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz for Politically Buzzed. Kimberly and Rich addressed the shooting that occurred in Las Vegas, Nevada last night. They began by discussing the weapon that was used the politics behind the situation, … Continue reading

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Lawmakers Hear Truths and Tales about Electricity

So it was a few weeks ago, when Donna Gamache, lobbyist for Eversource New Hampshire – the company also known as PSNH – sat at the witness table in Room 103 and spoke with members of the S.B. 125 Study … Continue reading

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New Hampshire, Vermont, Tax Revenue, Tax Capacity, and Values

First, as part of this research professor Woolf reports that as a percentage of total income earned New Hampshire is still one of the lowest taxed states in the Nation. The national average is 10.59 percent, and New Hampshire’s rate is only … Continue reading

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“Victimless Crime Spree” Celebrates Five Years – Q&A With Director & Producer

A couple of weeks ago on a Sunday evening, after the grand opening of the Free State Bitcoin Shoppe, dozens of people gathered in the Seacoast Repertory Theater in Portsmouth, NH to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the theatrical premiere of “Derrick J’s … Continue reading

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For What Does Granite State College Rank #1 in New Hampshire ?

Approximately 40 percent of college students in the U.S. are aged 25 or older, according to Washington Monthly. In 2016, this prompted the publication to launch a first-of-its-kind ranking of four-year and two-year colleges that do the best job of … Continue reading

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Cameras in [NH House] Committee Rooms Would Be Money Well Spent

“…the way [Rep. James]McConnell sees it, outfitting all [NH] House committee rooms with cameras to record all of the legislative sausage-making that often goes unseen would be money well spent. “The fact is, when you have more transparency like this, … Continue reading

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Gov. Sununu’s Going Back To Washington, But It’s Unclear What For

Gov. Chris Sununu is heading to Washington on Monday for an undisclosed event at the White House. The governor’s staff included the visit in his public schedule for the week (with “Attends Event at The White” penciled in at 11 … Continue reading

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