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  • Tentative agreement between MHT and MEA

    Given the “raging controversy” over this radio show’s release of the tentative agreement between the Manchester School District and the Manchester Education Association, we publish the document in

  • Double voter “Nailed” in Manchester–updated

    Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers has nabbed not just someone who is registered to vote in NH and in another state, but someone who likely voted in both in 2008.  We have the story below.

  • Jeanne Shaheen: Voter Fraud Queen

    By Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers Jeanne Shaheen the Voter Fraud Queen is going to run as negative a campaign as she can against the Independent she is going to face in November.

  • Bedford Primary — How Many Democrats Were Posing as Republicans?

    Specious accusations against legitimate Republican candidates have little effect In the recent primary election, seven candidates for State Rep from Bedford banded together on a “ticket” to express their support for each other, and for the Republican platform. They did this because many voters have expressed suspicions

  • The Feds Bypass the State and Come Directly to Districts Asking Them To Commit to Federal Goals

    Originally posted here by Missouri Education Watchdog. The Feds Bypass the State and Come Directly to Districts Asking Them To Commit To Federal Goals Someone please sign everyone at the USDoEd up for a refresher course on the constitution.

  • Discussing Cell Towers, Public Documents in MHT

    (Hour 1a) Rich kicked off the show with commentary on ugly cell towers that aren’t welcome in certain elected official’s backyards. Also, what

  • Eileen Landies, GOP Candidate for NH Senate, District 20

    (Hour 1b, c) (Hour 1b) Eileen Landies is a GOP candidate for NH Senate in District 20.  She’s challenging incumbent Senator Lou D’Allesandro. Landies

  • Discussing Conflicts of Interest in MHT, Surrounding Towns

    (Hour 2a) Rich had much to say about elected officials on local Aldermanic and School Boards with family members employed by the towns

  • The Vision for Vidfall, Clues for Cash Stash

    (Hour 2b) Our friend and former producer Steve Messa came in this morning to tell us about his new gig. With Steve was Joel Robinson.  Joel’s the guy who thought up the

  • Out! without Courtney, Still Courtney Approved

    (Hour 2c) We missed Courtney Hoppe this morning, but soldiered through the Out! segment as best we could. Tonight join DJ Dave at

  • Glassner on Power, Praise w/o Proof, Propaganda of Common Core

    (Hour 3a, b, c) (Hour 3a) Senior Fellow Sid Glassner understands why the educrats want to complicate

  • On Air News Read for September 18, 2014

    The city of Manchester is on the precipice of taking more aggressive action against the owners of blighted property in the city.  In an interview on Girard at Large yesterday, Mayor Ted Gatsas