Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Sen. Hassan Cites Fake News Story in Confirmation Hearing

by Scott Morales January 10, 2017

Making her Senatorial debut in the DHS confirmation hearing, Senator Hassan cited her deep concern about the Russians hacking the Vermont power grid as the Washington Post reported a few weeks back.  She evidently didn’t get the update that the story was totally debunked and eventually retracted (fake news strikes again!).  Fortunately for Maggs, General […]

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NH Bill Would Allow Smoking in Privately Owned Public Places

by Steve MacDonald January 10, 2017

The New Hampshire Legislature is considering a bill that would allow smoking in privately owned places where the public congregates at the discretion of the property owner. HB 279 would “…makes changes to the indoor smoking act.  Under this bill, smoking would not be prohibited in public conveyances which are privately owned, restaurants, grocery stores, and cocktail […]

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Carl Robert Gibson Gets A Taste of His Own Medicine

by Ed Naile January 10, 2017

Is turnabout fair play? I don’t know, but I know a laugh riot when I see one. US Uncut believes Ryan Clayton and the John Doe defendants (yet to be identified) are behind a scheme that unfolded on August 3, 2016 to hijack control of US Uncut’s Facebook page. The hijacking has resulted in US […]

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Boycott The Democrat Party

by Steve MacDonald January 10, 2017

New Hampshire State Senator Jeff Woodburn has proposed legislation to create a bipartisan committee whose job would be to examine a response to reports of Russia’s interference in US elections. “Do you send hardearned dollars to someone who’s trying to undermine your democracy?” he said. “Your dollars should follow your ideals. No mention of President […]

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