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Remembering Memorial Day and the Importance of Civics Education

(Hour 1a) Rich started by talking about the show’s plans for the upcoming Memorial Day.  He told the listeners his opinion that we have become a culture that doesn’t know how to reflect on it’s significance and spoke about the importance of a proper civics education.  Finally, he shared about the historical significance of the Granite State.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Gender Discrimination: Transgender Policy in Candia and Amherst

(Hours 1b,c,2a) Rich talked to the listeners about a policy in Amherst, which is allowing a girl to join a boy’s sports team and dress with them in the locker room.  He also spoke about a controversy surrounding a Tweet from the Candia School Board concerning flipping a vote to save the transgendered policy.  He then pointed out the dishonesty coming from the School Board and pondered the motivation of Freedom New Hampshire, an out of state organization that is getting involved in the matter. (Hour 1c) Rich read from the transgendered policy within Candia, adding his own commentary as...

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A Rogue Operation: FBI’s Illegal Wiretapping Activity

(Hour 2b) Rich spoke to the listeners about illegal wiretapping and the unmasking of American surveillance operations at the hands of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  He shared from a report from Circa concerning the violations of the law in the name of counter terrorism and discussed former FBI Director James Comey’s involvement in the situation.  Listen in to get all of the details! Click here for the Circa article/video that was discussed....

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The Cost of Automotive Repairs

(Hour 2c) Rich spoke to Big Lew of Auto Care Plus for Auto Care Corner.  They started by talking about a big discount for air conditioning repairs, which is exclusive for Girard at Large listeners.  They then discussed the cost of repairs and the benefits of keeping consistent upkeep.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Gardening, Poor Puppy Habits and the Weekend Weather

(Hour 3a) Rich started the hour by displaying his doubts about this year’s Girard at Large Memorial Day BBQ due to the weather.  He then told the listeners what he has planned for this weekend and shared his frustrations with the actions of some dog owners.  He then took a call from Meteorologist Al Kaprielian, who updated the listeners about the Memorial Day weekend weather and the state of the Granite State’s drought. ...

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Fighting a Politically Correct War

(Hour 3b) Rich talked about upcoming events that are meant to honor the fallen who have dedicated their lives the country.  He spoke about not just honoring the fallen, but the living who have taken up the burden of protecting the country.  He then discussed the war on terror and the poor conditions that modern soldiers have been experiencing.  Tune in to get all of the details!  Click here for information about the NH Gold Star Families Memorial Project.  ...

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A History of the News Read

(Hour 1a) Rich started the show by talking about the alarm clock malfunction that lead to his utilization of AFR’s top-of-the-hour news read this morning, rather than his own.  He then shared his endorsement of the Union Leader and gave a history lesson about some of the motivation that lead to the radio show.  Finally, he pointed out where he would be able to make improvements to the show.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Kenogarten: The Funding of Full Day Kindergarten

(Hours 1b,c,2a) Rich started the show by sharing a brief background on the political career of Mayor Ted Gatsas.  He then discussed the fusing of the financing of full day kindergarten to the passage of Keno and pointed out that the money that’s generated by Keno would fund the expansion of kindergarten from half-day to full-day.  Finally, he praised the precedent that Governor Chris Sununu set concerning the funding of education and more. Click here for more information about the bill. (Hour 1c) As Rich continued in the topic, he informed the listeners about what the bill will do....

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Objectivity in Government

(Hour 2b) Rich read feedback from retired officer Jim Gaudet, Anchor of Public Safety This Week, regarding the Humble Host’s belief that retired professionals should not be allowed on committees that are relevant to their field.  He wondered about objectivity in government and pointed out the risks of bias.  Finally, he pointed out the importance of making the discussion accessible to the public.  Tune in to get the details!...

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