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A Web Savvy Reprise: Notable Threats in the 21st Century

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Jon DiPietro of Liberty Digital Marketing, who wanted to wrap up the Web Savvy segment.  They discussed the influence of online juggernauts like Google and Facebook, technology in the classroom and more.  They they took a call from Albert, who commented on the importance of fundamentals.  Finally, Jon pointed out a similarity between Al Capone and technology in 2017 and he discussed censoring via online algorithms and a biased media.  Tune in to get all of the...

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GAL: Humbled and Opposed

(Hour 2a) Rich started the hour by thanking those who have contributed to the show in some way and explained why it’s hard for him to not feel humbled and honored.  He then shared about opposition to the show and told the listeners about threats towards Manchester School District Superintendent Bolgen Vargas.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Big Announcements from the Manchester Cal Ripken League

(Hour 2b) Rich started the segment by taking a call from Arthur Green, who wanted to comment on the topic of the previous segment (Click here to view it).  He then spoke to Jamie Burke of the Cal Ripkin Baseball League.  Jamie began by explaining the differences between Cal Ripken Baseball League and Little League.  He then shared announcements including coaching clinics and more.  Tune in to get all of the...

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Redistricting Manchester Schools: Addressing Athletics

(Hour 2c) Rich talked to Londonderry Lancers’ Coach Jimmy Lauzon for the final Sports in Our Own Backyard segment.  They began by reminiscing about the segment’s origins, before addressing the athletics side of redistricting.  Then then spoke about the NHIAA, the system of academic eligibility in the Queen City, Championship weekend and more.  Tune in to get all of the...

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The Is Our Children Learning Segment

(Hour 3a) Rich opened up the hour by talking about the history of the Is Our Children Learning segment, commenting on the history of Anchors who have participated in the segment.  He then shared about the changing quality of education over the years, what made the segment notable and more.  Tune in to get all of the...

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Superintendent Vargas on Putting an End to the Politics, District Improvements, Special Ed, Etc.

(Hours 3b,c) Rich talked to Manchester School District Superintendent Bolgen Vargas for the final Is Our Children Learning segment.  Rich began by asking the Superintendent why he would like to extend his time as the Superintendent.  They then spoke about areas of improvement in the School District since his appointment, efforts to reach out to sectors in the community and more.  Tune in to get the details! (Hour 3c) As Rich and Superintendent Vargas continued they addressed Special Education, fiscal responsibility and...

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A Postcard Investigation and Voter Fraud Issues

(Hour 1a) Rich started the show by talking about mixing today’s caffeinated coffee that A Question of Voter Fraud anchor Ed Naile brought and yesterday’s decaf that former Hooksett School Board member John Lyscars brought.  They then spoke about Ed’s tenure on the show, before addressing Jimmy Lehoux’s investigation into Erika Connors’ participation with Postcards to Voters and voter fraud issues.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Voter Registration in California and Comments from the Election Integrity Committee

(Hours 1b,c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  After telling Rich about a revision to his website, he detailed a voter’s guide to voter registration in California.  Tune in to get all of the details!  Click here to view Ed’s site. (Hour 1c) As Rich continued with Ed, they discussed statements made by Heritage Foundation Manager Hans von Spakovsky concerning voter fraud and criticisms aimed at President Donald Trump’s Election Integrity Commission.  They then spoke about Bud Fitch’s appointment, a voter fraud den and more. Dishonorable Mentions: Martha Fuller...

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Media Recognition and Praising the Manchester Fire Department

(Hour 2a) Rich talked about feedback regarding his closing of the Girard at Large radio show, pointing out silence from Carol Robidoux’s ManchesterInkLink and attention from the Union Leader.  He then thanked A Question of Voter Fraud Anchor Ed Naile for his participation in the show, before sharing about a presentation last night in which the Manchester Fire Department was recognized and commenting on Union contracts.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Senate Bill 193: Addressing School Choice

(Hours 2b,3a) Rich talked about Senate Bill 193.  He pointed out the opinion of James Madison and the Founding Fathers concerning education and addressed the educational system that requires conformity.  He addressed the criticisms of alternative methods of learning and spoke about the government’s system in teaching children, before taking a call from Eddy in Manchester, who inquired about the drawbacks to STEAM education.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 3a) Rich started the hour by talking about Superintendent Bolgen Vargas, pointing out that he informed the Manchester School Board that he would like to remain...

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