Daily Archives: October 24, 2017

Humble Host Discusses Wiretapping Allegations

Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about last night’s meeting in which the allegations of wiretapping were discussed.  He then took a call from John in Hooksett, who jumped in on the conversation and pointed out his belief about what the Humble Host’s … Continue reading

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Census Data Points to Higher Rural Poverty Rates Around New Hampshire

Recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau points to a low statewide poverty rate while showing higher adult and childhood poverty rates in rural communities. The U. S. Census Bureau American Community Survey on Oct. 19 released poverty estimates, which were based on … Continue reading

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Paul Hodes had Cognitive Dissonance again.

Concord Monitor (the ink-stained den for Progressives who have hard times stringing two coherent thoughts together) – on Jan 21, former CongressCritter Paul Hodes said that NH has to raise its entry labor costs in order to attract new businesses to … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: An Escape from Bullying

Children cannot learn when they are in an unsafe environment and bullying is a major reason why families seek educational options. Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) would give families an escape hatch.  | Keep Reading at School Choice for New Hampshire

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Manchester Mayoral Challenger Picks Up PP Support

Manchester residents, FYI: Manchester mayoral candidate Joyce Craig has picked up the support of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England’s Action Fund, along with a snappy hashtag (#proJoyce). This is on top of her endorsement by EMILY’s List, a national … Continue reading

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On Air News Read for October 24, 2017

Governor Chris Sununu and New Hampshire Homeland Security Director Perry Plummer will officially send-off the donations collected during the governor’s Puerto Rico Aid Drive, which was held on October third and fourth.  You might recall that Sununu encouraged Granite Staters … Continue reading

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New Hampshire won’t join Clean Power plan suit – at least not yet

New Hampshire is not rushing to join several neighboring states in threatening to sue the federal government over the Environmental Protection Agency’s announced its intention to repeal the Clean Power Plan. “We are moderating the rulemaking process, looking at what … Continue reading

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