Daily Archives: January 8, 2018

Politicians’ Hearts Are Even Colder Than This Weather!

The first Statists of the Month for 2018 are the mayor of Elgin, Illinois, along with his fellow tyrants who carry out his commands – including the ‘buildings and residential codes’ committees and the police who enforce such codes. | … Continue reading

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NH Senate shoots down targeted business tax breaks

New Hampshire businesses shouldn’t expect any targeted tax breaks this session. That, at least, is the conclusion most people would come to after the NH Senate dismissed four of them on Wednesday. | Keep Reading at NHBR

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New Hampshire wants you to help them count their turkeys

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Forget counting sheep. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department wants you to count turkeys. The department is asking the public to report sightings of wild turkeys for its annual winter flock survey . The online survey asks … Continue reading

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Judge throws out case against Bundys, bars retrial in devastating defeat for federal prosecutors

A federal judge dismissed Monday all charges against rancher Cliven Bundy stemming from the 2014 Nevada standoff and barred prosecutors from retrying the case, citing “flagrant prosecutorial misconduct.” U.S. District Court Chief Judge Gloria Navarro’s dramatic ruling during a hearing … Continue reading

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Just When you Think the Left Can’t get Any More Stupid…

Just When you Think the Left Can’t get Any More Stupid…Along comes Zandra Rice-Hawkins of Granite State Progress (GSP) who says… “hold my beer.” | Keep Reading at GraniteGrok.com

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N.H. Senate Hearing on SB395 on Access to Electronic Records on January 17 at 10:45

Senate Bill 395 to improve access to electronic records under the Right-to-Know Law has been introduced in the N.H. Senate and assigned to the Senate Public and Municipal Affairs Committee.  | Keep Reading at Right to Know NH

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Black Trump Voters Vindicated As Black Unemployment Falls To Lowest Level Ever

Do you remember when candidate Trump was courting black voters and asked “What the hell do you have to lose?” during a campaign rally? The line caused some buzz and Trump went on to repeat it. Trump received 8% of the black … Continue reading

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