Daily Archives: November 6, 2017

Erika Connors Doesn’t Want Manchester Residents Protecting Themselves

The NH Democrat Party sent out a flier last week that clearly shows Erika Connors is against Manchester residents protecting themselves while practicing their 2nd Amendment rights. MacArthur Jr. is not only one of the best firearms instructors in the State … Continue reading

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Commission Recommends Changes to NH Right-to-Know Appeal Process

A commission tasked with reforming New Hampshire’s law on open records requests, released a report last week recommending a new process for citizen complaints. The commission is advocating for an extrajudicial system so citizens can appeal when public officials refuse … Continue reading

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Another Round of Abortion Provider Contracts Coming to Exec Council

The New Hampshire Executive Council will take up ten family planning contracts on Wednesday, November 8, three of them with known abortion providers. The Council meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Council chambers on the second floor of … Continue reading

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Texas shooting: Gun restrictions help yet another bad guy

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Now that we are all reporters, it’s time to start acting like one

The recent storm and the resulting loss of electricity for many people and in some cases, the additional loss of cable and telephone, have sent many of us to our smartphones, where we are, oddly enough, finding we have Internet … Continue reading

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That Time Selectman Candidate Jeremy Paris Called a Female State Rep ‘C**t’

On Tuesday, Manchester voters will be heading to polling stations to vote for several municipal positions listed on the ballot, everything from Mayor to school committee and selectman. Of course, most candidates put on their “politician” faces for voters and never talk … Continue reading

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Are RPC State Smart Transportation Initiatives Going After Uber and Lyft?

Uber and Lyft riders and drivers, beware. Regionalism and urbanism may be the reason your services are being banned in various cities across the world. … According to the “State Smart Transportation Initiative” ride-hailing increases the use of cars and the actual … Continue reading

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Arthur Green: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Looking ahead to the proposed budget for Timberlane 2018/19, should we be interested in facts? It would be interesting to know the October 1 enrollment, usually published by mid-October.  At last week’s School Board meeting (Nov. 2), Superintendent Metzler promised … Continue reading

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