Daily Archives: December 3, 2017

New Hampshire substitute teacher arrested after allegedly encouraging middle schoolers to smoke pot

A former substitute teacher in New Hampshire encouraged a group of middle school students to smoke marijuana and even gave one of them a vaping device, authorities said. Elisha Mahar, 20, of Rochester, was charged with four counts of endangering … Continue reading

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Vermin Supreme Sues City of Concord over Free Speech Denial

2020 is a long way off, but longtime presidential contender Vermin Supreme isn’t resting easy. His attorneys filed a civil suit against the City of Concord, NH and some of its bureaucrats on Friday in the federal district court over Concord’s denial … Continue reading

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Trump may have ended Nork’s nukes program

On October 10, an earthquake struck North Korea’s underground nuclear program, killing 200 workers. Today, another earthquake struck. Evidence shows that this may be the result of the Rods from God program — a tungsten rod fired to Earth from space. |Keep … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, As A Special Prosecutor Tries To Nullify An Election, Democrats Are Being Democrats

The NH Democrats held a meeting to discuss their crooked superdelegate mess which was exposed when a candidate, not even in their party, was marginalized by having the superdelegates pledge support for his crooked opponent – before he announced his … Continue reading

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Fake Russia Collusion News Trap Snaps

Fake News backfires on ABC as the Russian Collusion Trap Snaps on its first victim. ABC News announced Saturday that Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross had been suspended for four weeks without pay over a botched “exclusive” about former national security adviser … Continue reading

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Senate Amendment to NH House Bill 372 Does Not Go Far Enough

The right to vote has been described as one of the most precious of our rights.  But that right is meaningless if out-of-State voters are deciding New Hampshire elections.  Yet that is exactly what happened in 2016 in -at a … Continue reading

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