Daily Archives: October 4, 2017

Ben Shapiro Disects Jimmmy Kimmel’s Anti-Gun Rant

(…) The reason the American people are not willing to elect representatives to repeal some of their Second Amendment rights is because we’re not willing to do that, not because the NRA is bribing people. It’s amazing: Democrats never make … Continue reading

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Proposed SAU 55 Budget up 9%

SAU 55 has just distributed its proposed budget, less than 6 hours before board members are supposed to deliberate it. Remember, the public has no way to modify this budget once your elected officials on the SAU board approve it. … Continue reading

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School board member: ‘Flag nothing more than toilet paper to me’

An Elgin school board member defended comments she made on her personal Facebook page supporting NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem and equating the American flag with toilet paper. School District U46 board member Traci O’Neal Ellis … Continue reading

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Bedford baker wins $43K in cash and prizes, as well as shot at world cake-maker title

A Bedford baker won a national competition of wedding cake design on Sunday, a feat that sets New Hampshire’s cake boss up for an international contest in Milan, Italy, later this month. Bryson Perkins, owner of Triolo’s Bakery, said he put about … Continue reading

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Did A Meteor Cause A Brush Fire In New Hampshire?

WOODSTOCK, New Hampshire (CBS) — Investigators and fire officials in New Hampshire are looking into the possibility that a meteor may have started a brush fire that has currently burned through 50 acres. Crews were battling the fire in the … Continue reading

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NH Ranked 7th Best Overall for BusinessTax Climate

The Tax Foundation has released their 2017 State Business Tax Climate Index, and New Hampshire ranks 7th best in the nation. That’s impressive considering how poorly the Granite State did in some key categories. It ranked 46th for Corporate taxes (this report … Continue reading

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Belknap County Loses $650,000 Grant

LACONIA — Belknap County Commissioners learned Tuesday that the county’s application for a $650,000 three-year Second Chance grant to cover the cost of treatment and recovery services for inmates at the new Belknap County Community Corrections Center has been denied. … Continue reading

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Doubling down: Shea-Porter attacks two amendments

For decades, gun control advocates have used every tragedy to push for unworkable, unpopular, unconstitutional laws that won’t do anything to deter murderers. But New Hampshire Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter was not content to merely attack the 2nd Amendment. She also … Continue reading

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NHHFC Reacts to Actuarial Report Showing Medicaid Expansion is Destroying Individual Marketplace

Concord – The New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus (NHHFC) today responded to the release of an actuarial report showing that Medicaid expansion is massively driving up the costs of premiums in the individual marketplace. The report, prepared by Gorman Actuarial, … Continue reading

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NH native who wrote biography of Tom Petty remembers the superstar

MANCHESTER, N.H. —Shock and condolences have poured in from superstar acts like Aerosmith, the Eagles, Eric Clapton and Def Leppard since the news of Tom Petty’s passing, but a New Hampshire native may have known the rocker better than any … Continue reading

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