Daily Archives: February 15, 2018

Minor (minor) Earhtquake in Exeter New Hampshire

  Exeter, NH – Loud noise and shaking 10-15 seconds Hampton, NH – At 9:30 today (2/15/18) I felt the house tremble for a couple seconds. It made me think at first that the garage fell down & the dogs were alerted … Continue reading

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CONCORD – New Hampshire House Speaker Gene Chandler (R-Bartlett) and House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) release statements following Governor Sununu’s State of the State Address. House Speaker Gene Chandler (R-Bartlett) “The governor put forward today an uplifting account of … Continue reading

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Regulatory reform picks up steam in New Hampshire legislature

Dealing with bureaucracy can be a drag, both in the emotional sense and in the way it can slow you down like an anchor. New Hampshire officials are hoping to reduce that negative impression in their state through a series … Continue reading

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Famous Quotes by Zachary Gottlieb, Dartmouth Loudmouth

Remember Vanessa Sievers the Dartmouth student from Montana who won the Grafton County Treasurer position then – abandoned it? At the time, a Dartmouth Loudmouth named Zachary Gottlieb (almost all of them are named Zachary or Josh) issued this revealing statement about … Continue reading

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Is Gov. Sununu Going Poised To Break His No Tax Pledge?

The Family Medical Leave Insurance bill (HB628) making it’s way through the New Hampshire House has a great many things wrong with it, not the least of which is that it not only taxes individual income, a division of state … Continue reading

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A Deeper Look Into the Troubling Family Medical Leave Insurance

The proposed Family Medical leave legislation will create an income tax but there’s plenty more wrong with this bill if the tax isn’t enough. Elliott Axelman joins me to discuss the many troubling facets of this awful piece of legislation … Continue reading

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NH: Bill would force towns to make collective bargaining meetings open to public


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New Hampshire lawmakers narrowly reject 2nd effort to have state taxpayers contribute to local pensions

An effort to resurrect a bill that would put the state of New Hampshire on the hook for $171 million in local government employee pension contributions over the next four years was defeated by a single vote in the state’s … Continue reading

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Isabella Katherine Arms – Connecticut Resident, New Hampshire Voter

Ladies and gentlemen who serve on this NH jury, meet Isabella Katherine Arms, dob 4/29/1998, 63 Pine Mountain Road, Ridgefield, CT. 06877. This dean’s list CT./University of NH student is a burgeoning political activist working to forward one of the … Continue reading

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