Daily Archives: December 20, 2017

How Clinton’s 2016 Victory Fund Funneled Money Through DNC Back to Her Campaign

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11 Manchester Properties to be Auctioned Jan. 20

MANCHESTER, NH – If you’ve been looking for that special vacant lot or abandoned property to invest in, you’ll want in on an upcoming public auction featuring two single-family homes, three multi-family homes, a condo and five vacant lots. The auction, … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Back to Business for the NH House and Senate

The New Hampshire House of Representatives and Senate will open the 2018 legislative session on January 3rd and 4th by voting on several retained bills from the previous session. This is when all members of each chamber will vote YEA (to support … Continue reading

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How Will NH Democrats React to this News: November Revenue Doubles State Surplus

I’m curious how the Democrat Drama Queens (and I mean that with the utmost respect) will take the latest fiscal news for the Great State of New Hampshire? Revenues from November have doubled the state’s surplus, according to the New Hampshire … Continue reading

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New Hampshire family leave plan praised at forum in Bow

As the owner of a small Seacoast construction firm, Brad Sawler can’t afford to give his workers paid family leaves. That’s why he, and a hundred other mostly small businesses have signed on to a bill in the NH House … Continue reading

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Democrats: Moral Outrage vs. Pure Power

SHOT:  “If Democrats care about the future of Kirsten Gillibrand, they need Franken to shut up and go away.” I’ve already posted today on the topic of the potential for Franken to “un-resign.” He’d always only said he would resign in … Continue reading

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The Best Bet On First Net

On December 7, Gov. Chris Sununu announced his intention to have New Hampshire opt out of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet).  In theory, opting out of FirstNet would give the state greater control over its first responder radio network, … Continue reading

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