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Pat Long Gone

Ward 3 Manchester, NH Alderman Pat Long lost a seat on that board by just seven votes out of over a thousand cast. That is a close race. I wonder if Pat Long has any second thoughts about elections and “one man one vote” now that he has time on his hands? It wasn’t that long ago Alderman Long was interviewing me on Girardatlarge.com Radio. The subject of voter fraud came up and we discussed it in detail. Being that I was with Project Veritas during the 2016 NH Presidential Primary when Alderman long was working as a ballot...

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Can’t Progressives Follow Simple Rules Any Longer?

You can tell when progressives have lost the narrative – the one about all Christians are hypocrites because they can not live up to the teachings of the Bible. We have all watched as the Media and left wingers who have diligently run the Democrat party into the rocks of socialism following that old technique. This fifty-year run has just about come full circle. How is that? Take the Golden Rule Book of leftists – Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. Have a look at #4. “4. “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules. If the rule...

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Tessier’s confidentiality breach goes beyond school board and district personnel

The leak of confidential personnel information by at-Large Manchester Board of School Committeewoman Nancy Tessier has gone beyond the school board and the personnel members she copied in her email regarding the content of a non-public meeting on September 11, 2017.  The breach has been the subject of editorials written by at-Large Committeeman and Girard at Large Radio Show Host Rich Girard and Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman Ed Naile and a complaint that’s been filed under the city’s charter.  Girard has also discussed it extensively on his radio show. Now, thanks to a letter to the editor published...

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David Scannell Doubles Down on Deliberate Deceptions

A week ago, we exposed the multiple and deliberate “straw man issues” Ward 2 school board candidate David Scannel had purposefully perpetuated in his assault on incumbent Debra Gagnon Langton.   Rather than reply, Scannel has doubled down on his devious misrepresentations to continue casting himself as a champion for schools against non-existent threats. In his candidate speech (below) on Manchester Public TV, Scannell takes his already specious claims to have saved Central High from the wrecking ball, which were debunked in the original exposé, to an even more absurd level.  Said Scannell: When the aldermen threatened to demolish Central and...

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David Scannell and the Land of Make Believe

The race for school board in Ward 2 is the kind of contest that makes most political observers both cringe and giggle.  It features venerable incumbent Debra Gagnon Langton and her opponent David Scannell, a self aggrandizing leftist ideologue willing to say anything to make himself look relevant, if not impressive.  A former aide to Mayor Robert A. Baines, former Executive Director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party and an English teacher, Scannell’s had a lot of time and practice mastering the Art of Deception. As proof, let’s take a look at just one of the propaganda pieces he’s...

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Gaudet files official complaint over Tessier charter violations

Manchester resident Jim Gaudet, who filed complaints against Manchester aldermen Ron Ludwig of Ward 2 and Normand Gamache of Ward 11 for violations of the city charter has filed another complaint with Mayor Ted Gatsas in light of revelations that at-Large School Committeewoman Nancy Tessier violated multiple charter sections and state laws.  Gaudet is a retired police officer who spent more than a decade prosecuting cases in court. Below is the content of the complaint Gaudet posted in a comment threat on the Girard at Large Facebook page.  In posting the letter, he stated that the mayor’s office had...

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The Saga of School Board Member Nancy Tessier – Messier and Messier

You have to admire the Manchester paper for helping out a friend on the city’s school committee. Here is the title of a “news” story they wrote: Paul Feely’s City Hall: Did school board member violate confidentiality? http://www.unionleader.com/article/20171001/NEWS0603/171009965 The issue isn’t, did she violate confidentiality, she absolutely did that. Apparently, it is a funny habit she has. The real story is that a majority of the Board covered for her rather than do the right thing – have an investigation – in public. The liberal seat-warmer on the Manchester School Committee is one, Nancy Tessier. Here is a paragraph...

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The New Jury Duty

New Hampshire courts, the Attorney General, and Secretary of State have been playing a word game with NH’s elections. They have reversed the lawful meaning or the words “domicile” and “resident” resulting in the corruption of NH’s Federal elections. This has been going on since the 1972 case, Newburger v. Peterson. The problem with pulling a scam like this is that it has a domino effect on other critical state statutes. Take for instance the selections of juries for State and Federal cases. Our State Constitution demands all NH voters be domiciled in their respective town or ward. There...

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STIHL TIMBERSPORTS – A non-political entertainment alternative

Tired of football and all the politics? How about something different. As many of you know I have been working for Stihl Timbersports for 25 years. I am on the production crew. Recently, Duluth Trading Post, one of our sponsors, wrote me up a bit in a blog add for their Firehose Pants: https://blog.duluthtrading.com/stihl_timbersports_wood_monkeys/ We filmed this Series Final in Milwaukie, Wisconsin at a German heritage festival. It was great. All 12,000 seats were full and then some. This year the old guys fell, one by one, to some new, younger, competitors who have gone through the college events...

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Another View — Rich Girard: Breaking the rules, and getting away with it

Posted as originally published in the Union Leader on Friday, October 13, 2017. It is with some sense of amazement that I write this letter to the people of Manchester. On Monday, September 25th, the Manchester Board of School Committee did two things that actually made my jaw drop. As you may know, at-Large board member Nancy Tessier violated policies of the school board, provisions of the city charter and laws of the state when she disclosed the contents of a non-public meeting to the staff members who were the subject of a confidential discussion.  That’s not my accusation. ...

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