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Zandra Rice-Hawkins was a sterling example of why we don’t “join their conversation” on guns

I’m going to watch it again, but it was class Rice-Crispies operandi – dripping with condescension and her favorite tactic of hijacking the conversation while someone else is talking (in this case, Susan Olsen representing the Women’s Defense League).  I … Continue reading

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(Another?) Revolutionary educational concept taking hold in NH classrooms

MANCHESTER, N.H. —Supporters are calling the “mastery” concept a revolution in education, and it’s taking hold in New Hampshire. Teachers at Parker-Varney School noticed something remarkable when students returned to the classroom after summer break. | More…

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WMUR News 9 and White Supremacists

Ray Buckley -Chairman of the New Hampshire Democrat Party- was recently taken to task, and deservedly so, for referring to disaffected voters who might be inclined to vote for President Trump as “white supremacists.” | More…

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Conservative NH House members blast budget ‘shell game’

State lawmakers have been out of session for about two months, but hard feelings over the fiscal 2018-2019 state budget continue. The conservative New Hampshire House Freedom Caucus is livid this week over what one of its leaders calls “an … Continue reading

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So Much for ‘Confidential’ – WMUR Reports on Confidential Email from the 603 Alliance

This week, veteran conservative activist Diane Bitter, a leader of the 603 Alliance, sent emails marked “Confidential” to Republicans announcing the launch of “Initiative ’18,” which she calls “a unique plan to identify, recruit, mentor and assist Constitutional-Conservative candidates for … Continue reading

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NH Primary Source: Democrats, Republicans gear up for more special elections

Democrats are looking to parlay the momentum of recent legislative special election victories into wins in upcoming contests in several Republican districts. The NHGOP, meanwhile, is hoping to rebound. To recap, Democrat Edie Des Marais won an upset victory in … Continue reading

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Elevated bacteria levels reported in several New Hampshire bodies of water

Officials at the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services said they are seeing an increase of dangerous levels of cyanobacteria in freshwater. Officials said the bacteria is always in lakes and ponds but usually at safe levels. It’s not clear … Continue reading

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