Daily Archives: January 7, 2018

N.H. House Hearing on HB1337 to Apply RTK to Courts

House Bill 1337 to apply the Right-to-Know Law to the courts has been introduced in the N.H. House and assigned to the House Judiciary Committee. This bill is sponsored by Rep. Michael Brewster (R). RTKNH generally supports applying the Right-to-Know Law to the courts, … Continue reading

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Nashua Rep Jan Schmidt Lies About and Defends, Assault of Citizen by Fellow Dem

On Friday, a Letter to the Editor appeared in the Concord Monitor that explains why New Hampshire Representative Katherine Rogers (D-Concord) should resign after pleading guilty to assaulting a citizen. A majority of Granite Staters, including Democrats, believe Rogers should resign. New … Continue reading

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The author of the explosive new Trump book says he can’t be sure if parts of it are true

Michael Wolff, the author of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” included a note at the start that casts significant doubt on the reliability of the specifics contained in the rest of its pages. Several of his sources, … Continue reading

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Gov. Sununu Signals Opposition To Offshore Oil Drilling In North Atlantic

Governor Chris Sununu says he opposes oil drilling off New Hampshire’s coast, as the federal government proposes opening the North Atlantic region and much of the nation’s coastline to oil and gas production. | Keep Reading at NHPR

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Judge dismisses hate speech case against University of Vermont student

A Burlington, Vermont judge dismissed a criminal case against a University of Vermont (UVM) student who was accused of using racially disparaging comments during a phone conversation. University officials claimed in October that continuing education major Wesley Richter used “explicitly racist … Continue reading

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In Which the Ventriloquists Feel Some Pushback

Update to a December post: In “Ventriloquists at Work”, I described cases in Connecticut and California in which government agencies are trying to tell pro-life pregnancy care centers what kind of signage they must post. The U.S. Supreme Court will … Continue reading

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Cultural Appropriation

The idea of “cultural appropriation” has been on my mind for quite a while and I just want to take a few minutes to address it. I was on Instagram and came across an activist selling hair scarves. Interested in what she did, … Continue reading

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