Daily Archives: March 6, 2018

Windham Proves it’s not “for the children” it’s for the “rich” teachers.

“.. in the latest “contract” with the Windham School Board, the older, more experienced, and RICHER teachers decided to shive their younger, less experienced, and poorer teachers by grabbing all of the cash of the newest and bloated teacher’s contract.” … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Democrats Doth Protest Too Much

Kimberly Morin joins me to discuss the New Hampshire Democrat Party getting their jimmies rustled over NH House Rep Victoria Sullivan Tweeting a Hitler quote that should have had them applauding seeing as it’s exactly the sort of thing they … Continue reading

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Turning Away GOP Customers in NH May Not Be Smart, But It’s Not Illegal

When the Old Apple Store of Derry, NH announced that Republican customers would be turned away—for being “evil”—it wasn’t doing anything illegal. Or, it turns out, all that unusual. | More at NH Journal

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Opportunity for HEAC to Prove Its Value

The Home Education Advisory Council (HEAC) held their bi-monthly meeting on January 11, 2018. Their draft minutes are available here. We were again present and recorded their discussion; it is in four segments and published on our YouTube Channel. | Read More … Continue reading

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Weather Instruments Developed by UNH Launched Into Space

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — State-of-the-art weather instruments developed by University of New Hampshire researchers have been launched into outer space. The equipment was launched into space aboard a rocket carrying a NASA satellite. Foster’s Daily Democrat reports the instruments launched from Cape … Continue reading

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N.H. House Votes This Week

Tuesday, March 6, begins what might be a three-day session for the New Hampshire House. The representatives have an agenda that’s about 150 pages long. And yes, there’s a snowstorm in the forecast, as if the schedule weren’t already dicey … Continue reading

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Why a constitutional amendment is needed to restore taxpayer standing to challenge illegal spending

On Sept. 1, 2015, Manchester’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a contract with the city’s teachers union that included a pay raise. Three aldermen with immediate family members employed as city teachers voted for the contract, in direct violation … Continue reading

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