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What Kind of Deal Did Jasper Make?

by Mike December 3, 2014

THAT is the key question posed by longtime political reporter, Kevin Landrigan as he reported the stunning upset staged by Shawn Jasper over Bill O’Brien for the Speaker’s gavel. “What kind of deal did Jasper make with the Democrats to get ALL of their votes?” See for yourself! It is clear, especially with the sudden […]

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NH1 Debate between Guinta & Shea-Porter: the Progressive “everyone’s a victim including shoplifters”

by Skip October 23, 2014

To be free to choose implies acceptance of the results of choices made, which means, in turn, that there should be no assignment of blame to others, including the state, if these choices turn out to have been wrong.  – James Buchanan I think I may be shifting over to WBIN / NH1 (Bill Binnie’s nascent […]

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Ann McLane Kuster Walks Out in the Midst of WBIN Interview

by Steve MacDonald February 21, 2013

Millionaire Democrat Annie ‘I’ll get your gun‘ McKluster  get’s out of the kitchen when the property tax questions roll in–walking out of her interview.  (Maybe to pay some overdue parking tickets?) WBIN – TV In case you missed it: U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster walked away from an interview with WBIN’s Martin Morenz and refused to answer questions about her […]

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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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Jack Kimball On The NHGOP Chair Controversy – WBIN Interview

by Mike December 1, 2012

Friday November 30th WNBIN News at 10 interviewed Jennifer Horn, Jack Kimball, Tom Rath and Wayne MacDonald: Below, Jack’s opinion, as shared with his supporters at the time when the controversy broke:

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