Category Archives: Girard At Large

Girard at Large On Air News Read – April 27, 2017

SENATE BILL 103, AN ACT limiting food and beverage advertising and marketing on school property, met a timely demise in the House yesterday.  The bill required school districts to prohibit the advertising of any food or beverage that may not … Continue reading

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A Political Prisoner: The Plight of Jerry DeLemus

Rich spoke to Jack Kimball, who came on the radio to raise awareness of the plight of Jerry DeLemus and to bring support to President Donald Trump.  He started by talking about his background with politics and informed the listeners … Continue reading

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The Granite State’s Weak Voter Confirmation Process

Ed talked about the thousands of people who registered to vote on November 8th and listed the amounts of out-of-state voters that registered that day. They discussed Jennifer Horn’s work with the ACLU concerning voter fraud and wondered how many … Continue reading

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Psychological Profiling NH Students: Parents BEWARE!

What if you found out that your school district was performing psychological evaluations on your children and entering that information into a database in an effort to develop a psychological profile on your child?  What if you were not notified … Continue reading

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Keeping The Public in the Dark

Rich started the hour by giving the listeners an update on the cell tower controversy that occurred in Bedford.  He and Jacob (Fred the Intern) then discussed communities within the Granite State which tend to keep the public in the … Continue reading

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NOW Seacoast Online Cares About Public Education?

Per the article below, the editor at Seacoastonline.com suggests that the Education Commissioner must NOW be kept in check. Really? NOW they want to keep a close eye on the Commissioner of Education in New Hampshire? … Commissioner Edelblut has made … Continue reading

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Senate Bill 247: Universal Testing of Children to Screen for Lead

Rich started the hour by informing his listeners about Senate Bill 247.  He spoke about universal testing of children to screen for lead and pointed out that the Government tends to find the more difficult solutions to problems.  He then … Continue reading

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