Daily Archives: December 14, 2017

GraniteGrok is Temporarily Down

GraniteGrok.com is not accessible while an issue is resolved with code changes that took the site down. Oops. Hopefully, things will be back up and running in the near future.

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FCC votes to repeal net neutrality after meeting halted for security threat

The Federal Communications Commission has voted on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era “net neutrality” rules that guaranteed equal access to internet. The agency’s Democratic commissioners dissented in the 3-2 vote Thursday. The FCC’s new rules could usher in big … Continue reading

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Timberlane Budget Committee Hands Superintendent Flat Line Budget

In a turn of events last night that gives one cause for hope in local elected officials, the Timberlane Budget Committee voted no increase in the 18-19 budget .  The vote was a remarkable 8-1-1.   Mr. O’Neil opposed and school … Continue reading

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Ventriloquists at Work: Hartford Goes After Pro-life Pregnancy Help Center

A newly-passed Hartford ordinance would require the Hartford Women’s Center, operated by St. Gerard’s Center for Life, to post certain language to address the fears of abortion advocates who think deception is at the core of what the HWC does. | Read … Continue reading

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rypto Insider: Europe moving toward financial dictatorship, blockchain solution needed

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Ed Naile: Is “Establishing a Physical Presence” Enough?

I know the NH Legislature is working on the endless pursuit of a single definition for the legal terms residence and domicile, so they can eradicate voter fraud by legislation, but have they considered the next leap of logic they … Continue reading

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Republicans reject business tax breaks in NH Senate panel vote

NH Senate Ways and Means Committee Chair Andy Sanborn, R-Bedford, said Wednesday he wanted to “press the pause button” on several targeted tax breaks designed to ease worker shortages and help startup businesses. In a political role reversal, Sanborn and … Continue reading

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