Daily Archives: December 31, 2017
Ellen Kolb: Notes on 2017
Looking back on the year from my blogger’s perch, I see lots of people who have inspired me in great and little ways. I hope I’ve passed that inspiration on to you, through that what I’ve written about them along … Continue reading
Freeze Frame: Extreme Cold To Stick Around in N.H.
The extreme cold led to some dramatic winter scenes across the state, and at the seacoast, where the cold temperature over the Atlantic Ocean created “sea smoke,” or frost smoke, as the photos above show. | More at NHPR
Study: New Hampshire’s government workforce 7th most productive in U.S.
A new study conducted by Key Policy Data, a data analytics company, might give taxpayers a better idea of what they’re getting in exchange for the cut of their income they see delivered to the government. The study, titled “Private … Continue reading
Frost Heaves In December? Uh-oh…
In all my years I have never seen frost heaves in December. They usually start appearing in late February or early March as the sun gets stronger and the daytime temperatures rise above freezing, but not in late December. | Read More … Continue reading
Will NH all Democrat female contingent protest Willie Singletary like they did Roy Moore?
A former Philadelphia judge named Willie Singletary has been in the public eye for quite a while and unfortunately for him, it’s not all been good. First, he was forced to resign after it was discovered that he sexually harassed a city cashier and … Continue reading
Jeanne Shaheen Barred Because of Blacklist
WASHINGTON — The Russian Embassy in Washington said late on December 29 that it refused entry to U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen because she’s on a ‘black list’ that was created in reaction to sanctions imposed by the United States. | … Continue reading
Trouble on the Right for Chris Sununu?
On December 14th, Governor Chris Sununu announced the formation of a Civil Rights Unit within the Attorney General’s office and the establishment of an Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion. | Keep Reading at the Ed Mosca Blog.