Bill Binnie

Paging Bill Binnie – The Nashua Telegraph Is Up For Sale!

by Steve MacDonald December 29, 2012

Bill Binnie has been buying up media in New Hampshire.  WBIN-TV!  He just scooped up some radio stations.  And hey, wouldn’t a major Granite State newspaper be a great edition?  I think so, so how about the Nashua Telegraph? That’s right, the family that owns that liberal bird-cage liner (based out of Pennsylvania–say hi to […]

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The Bill Binnie Network?

by Steve MacDonald February 17, 2011

Word has it that Bill Binnie has considered buying WNDS to use as the flagship studio for what would be called the New Hampshire 1 Network.

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I Beg To Differ

by Steve MacDonald September 16, 2010

An editorial in this morning’s UL attempts to suggest the voting results demonstrate a unique character to New Hampshire’s electorate but it makes some assumptions that to me seem a bit naive That’s not to say the premise is wholly wrong, just that anyone who was really paying attention to the finer details during the […]

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Spam

by Steve MacDonald August 29, 2010

My email filter automatically puts any emails from the Binnie Campaign into my Spam folder.  That’s just hilarious.

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Binnie Busters

by Steve MacDonald August 5, 2010

Adding a thought to what skip provided, and Drew Kline’s initial post on the Binnie Camp’s response to the Cornerstone Ad.  Binnie ‘did call a lawyer’ when he didn’t understand.  The lawyers did not understand either; that Cornerstone is a New Hampshire group founded by who, Karen Testerman?  Yeah, she’s that out of state girl…running for governor […]

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Choir Practice

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2010

Listening to twenty or so people give political speeches in succession may well be worse than being water-boarded. Listening to twenty or so political speeches in an air-conditioned room with close to 300 people who (more or less) are on board with just about everything that is likely to be said at that kind of […]

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