Category Archives: Local NH Politics

Democrats: Are You Paying Your Campaign Workers a ‘Living Wage?’

Torn from the headlines at HotAir.com, a question of epic and historical weight. Why won’t Democrats let their campaign workers unionize? When workers on one self-proclaimed progressive’s congressional campaign decided to unionize, they ran into “classic union busting” tactics, according [to] … Continue reading

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Women’s March Bemoans Shutdown of Prostitution and Child Sex-Trafficking Site

Backpagecom CEO Carl Ferrer has rolled on his cofounders and executives admitting that he, “conspired with other Backpage principals … to find ways to knowingly facilitate the state-law prostitution crimes being committed by Backpage’s customers.”  The site is charged with money laundering, … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Democrats Continue to Push for Discrimination Against Religious Schools

By Ed Mosca Earlier this week, the Executive Council voted on a $4.1 million scholarship plan. From the Concord Monitor: The program, approved by legislators last year, will provide for scholarship funding for 23 post-secondary institutions and training programs. Open … Continue reading

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Marriage and the NHGOP Platform

By Carolyn McKinney To advocates for removing “traditional” from marriage in the NHGOP platform. First, you are guilty of using the most frustrating and pernicious leftist debate tactic. To try to make your case, you use examples outside the norm – … Continue reading

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A Change of Plans…

The New Media Militia mission is to share local content without exposition. Excerpt – link – done! It’s a lot more work than you might imagine, and after nearly a year of doing it every day, I need that time … Continue reading

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Henniker’s Master Plan… a blueprint for the Official Budget Committee.

Henniker’s Master Plan calls for encouraging public involvement, participation and input on the various Town Departments. Thus Henniker needs more active committees. The Master Plan’s goal is to ensure that all community services and facilities meet the current and anticipated needs of the … Continue reading

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Student Walk-Out: What’s Not Being Said

Student Walk-outs from School took place all across the nation. Watching the Lame Stream Media, one would think this was an epic effort. Well, It was. This wasn’t an individual effort reflecting student’s voices. No, this was an event organized … Continue reading

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Advancing regulatory reforms takes center stage during New Hampshire legislature’s 2nd session

New Hampshire’s governor and state legislators are on a drive to reform business regulations in a bid to reduce regulatory burdens and boost local economies while at the same time holding the line on fiscal responsibility. | Keep Reading at … Continue reading

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Contentious Commas, at Length

Of all the heated topics that arose at this year’s Town Meeting, the one that entertained me most was the question of commas — a perennial subject of discussion among editors, grammarians, and language enthusiasts through the ages. Max amended … Continue reading

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Not All Children Learn the Same Way

Kendall shares his story that not all children learn the same way and explains why families need educational opportunity so they can choose personalized education options that are right for their children. Share this video with your friends if you … Continue reading

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