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Isn’t it Time We Enforced the State’s IT Policies

Democrats like to manage society, ever more so when they believe it has misbehaved.  So here’s an idea the left ought to embrace with both left arms. Because it is against state policy to use state computers for activities outside their intranet, like reading online news or–heaven forbid whiling the day away commenting on news …

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So, what does the State of NH say about “Using The Internet to Sell his Political Agenda On Your Time?”

A follow on to Steve’s post: “Is A NH Public Employee Using The Internet to Sell his Political Agenda On Your Time?” Well, let’s start with the easy stuff.  First, many companies of “size” have strict regulations about what employees can and cannot do with computer equipment – and Internet access using that equipment. After …

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Is A NH Public Employee Using The Internet to Sell his Political Agenda On Your Time?

What does  a New Hampshire Public employee who is also an SEIU chapter Vice President and shop steward do while working on the taxpayer dime?  If your name is Richard de Seve, (Dick de Seve, or DickNH, from Gilmanton, NH, VP of the Gilmanton Conservation Commission) you may be posting comments to the Concord Monitor …

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Concord Monitor Fisking: Several Bad Ideas On Hunting, Wildlife

 “As for editorial content, that’s the stuff you separate the ads with.”  —Lord Thomson of Fleet On Thursday, February 9, 2012 the Concord Monitor‘s Dan Williams wrote an opinion column entitled, Several bad ideas on Hunting, wildlife Williams contacted me personally to talk about his upcoming story. When I read the column, however, I didn’t recognize …

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The Concord Monitor’s Integrity Deficit

“I can only assume that your editorial writer tripped over the First Amendment and thought it was the office cat.” —E. B. White On Thursday February 9, the Concord Monitor ran an opinion column written by Dan Williams regarding several pieces of Legislation pending in Concord affecting Hunting, Fishing and Trapping.  Aside from writing for …

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If There’s Grass On The Field Play Ball

We could call most Democrats a contradiction wrapped in an enigma but to be honest there is nothing enigmatic about them. They are just a contradiction. And while we could give them some small credit for not always understanding their own contradictions, acting as they often do solely on feelings and impulse, when they have their own newspaper and use it to propagandize the subscriber-ship with bovine bloviations, we can offer only pity.

Bass Finder

 A recent ‘Monitor Staff’ editorial takes the occasion of the Charlie Bass candidacy to take a pot shot at the Tea party movement while asking who Charlie Bass really is?  We know who he is.  He’s a Blue Dog Republican.  But the Monitor needs to fill column inches so they manage to infer through implied …

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