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  • Abortion Views Are Now Asked On Standardized Assessments?

    I’ve been concerned about the kind of data the government is collecting on students who take standardized assessments.   (more…)

  • New Federal Rules on Local NH Schools via ESSA

    A few days ago, the US Dept/Ed released a press story for the proposed rule making session/comment period for the ESSA state accountability goals. (more…)

  • On Air News Read for July 27, 2016

    The Most Reverend Peter A. Libasci, Bishop of Manchester, yesterday, issued a call for Catholics to engage in prayer and perform acts of repentance in response to the ongoing violence here in the U.S. and worldwide. (more…)

  • Terror and the DNC

    (Hour 1a) After sharing the show calendar, Rich and Fred the Intern spoke about terror attacks have been occurring lately.  He commented on the difficulty in finding (more…)

  • Voter Fraud: Judge McNamara and Carl Gibson

    (Hour 1c) Rich spoke this morning to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  He discussed Judge Richard (more…)

  • Soil Away and Dealing with Immigration

    (Hour 2a) After talking to his listeners about the wonderful job that Soil Away did at the Super Secret Broadcast Location, Rich spoke about Glen’s Appliance.  He then took (more…)

  • Post 37 and Time in the Air Force

    (Hour 2b) Rich spoke to Dick Pinard, Commander at Post 37 in Hooksett, for Veterans In Our Own Backyard.  He spoke to Rich about his time in the Air Force, (more…)

  • The Passing of the Elderly

    (Hour 2c) Rich talked to Juby Loubier of Seniors Helping Seniors NH for the Caring for Seniors segment.  They discussed the passing of the elderly, the handling (more…)

  • DNC: Upcoming Schedule and Equal Pay

    (Hour 3a) Rich spoke about a musical performance that took place at the Democratic National Convention, before sharing tonight’s schedule.  He talked about the topic (more…)

  • On Air News Read for July 26, 2016

    The Manchester Police Department will be hosting an entry-level police exam on Saturday, August sixth.  The application deadline is this Thursday, July 28th.  For more information or an application, visit Manchester p d dot com.  (more…)

  • The Democratic National Committee

    (Hours 1a,2a) Rich spoke about the Democratic National Convention, after sharing this morning’s show calendar.  He discussed Michelle Obama, Senator Elizabeth (more…)

  • Police Chief Nick Willard on Manchester Crime

    (Hours 1b,c) Rich spoke to Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard this morning.  In this segment they tackled the topics of the Black Lives Matter movement, communication (more…)

  • Pastor Eric Lee and the Global Leadership Summit

    (Hour 2b) Rich spoke to Eric Lee, Executive Pastor at Manchester Christian Church.  Eric talked about two of the branches of the church, church attendance in Manchester (more…)

  • Scary Tales from the 18th Century

    (Hour 2c) Rich spoke to James Patrick Riley of Courage, New Hampshire for The History Segment.  After sharing his thoughts concerning the Democratic National (more…)

  • Judge Michael Warren on Patriot Week

    (Hours 3a,b) Rich spoke this morning to Judge Michael Warren about Patriot Week.  Judge Warren told Rich about the birth of his relationship with God, before he gave (more…)

  • The Wonderful World of Windows

    (Hour 3c) Rich talked this morning to Ron Peik of Alpine Environmental for Fix It Right, Fix It Now.  After speaking about mold, Ron and Rich discussed the work that (more…)

  • Politically Buzzed

    (Hour 3b) Rich and  Kimberly Morin discuss the Presidential candidates in this year’s election. (more…)