Daily Archives: November 4, 2017

The Left’s Sexual Assault and Rape Epidemic

“…doesn’t it seem like that maybe one reason slimes like those in the news today howl on about women’s rights and other leftist causes is so they can use it as a get out of jail free card? Like the … Continue reading

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Senator Shaheen’s Public Service-ish Email

Have you signed up for your Obamacare coverage for 2018? Well, have you? I haven’t. The Affordable Care Act isn’t affordable. But open enrollment is upon us, and it’s time to run the numbers for another year (already done, thank … Continue reading

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Darlene Pawlik: Drop a Pin in the Journey of Life

Not everyone is able to get up on stage in front of hundreds of people, but everyone can help those around them avoid the pitfalls of life in one way or another. You might simply share a story or send … Continue reading

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NH secessionists plan Catalonia “expedition”

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Flooding Blamed for Cog Railway Closing Early

Thompson and Meserves Purchase, NH – Wayne Presby, owner of the Mount Washington Cog Railway, has made the decision to close the railway for the remainder of the 2017 season after accessing damage from the recent storm on Sunday, October 29.  … Continue reading

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Cornerstone: Special Elections November 7 in Manchester and Sullivan County

On Tuesday, November 7, Manchester voters will elect a mayor, and two state representative seats will be filled. Incumbent Manchester mayor Ted Gatsas is being challenged by Joyce Craig, whom he narrowly defeated in 2015. Craig has been endorsed by EMILY’s … Continue reading

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Expanding Educational Opportunities

This Wednesday, November 8th, the House Education Committee will vote on the retained Education Savings Account bill, SB 193. A subcommittee met multiple times over the summer and fall, passing an amended version in a 6 to 3 bipartisan vote. | Read … Continue reading

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