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FINALLY: NH Has a Governor Who Supports Parental Rights

Finally, New Hampshire parents have a reason to celebrate.  Governor Chris Sununu signed SB43 into law today.  SB 43 will require written consent from parents before school administrators can survey children with invasive surveys.  In the past, parents have been shocked to find out that their children filled out a survey at school that included invasive questions on their; sexual preference, family gun ownership, drug and alcohol usage and other invasive questions. A big thank you to Governor Sununu and Senator Kevin Avard who was the prime sponsor. This information personal information is collected by private vendors, and parents had...

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Trump’s Election Commission’s Coming to Town

In a few months, maybe weeks, the President Trump Election Commission will start taking public testimony. This has the leftist, progressives, Marxists, college professors of gibberish, and our star media all in a panic, to say the least. They will plead there is no need for an election commission to investigate how Federal Elections are conducted by the states. A large portion of their complaint will be there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Progressives will especially object to President Trump pointing out the possibility of millions of illegal votes cast in the last election. The out-of-their mind...

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Immigration: A Question of Self-Sufficiency and Motive

(Hour 1b) Rich informed the listeners about a statement made by President Donald Trump in Iowa concerning immigration policy.  He talked about his family’s immigration into the country and emphasized the importance for immigrants to be able to provide for themselves upon arriving.  He then called out those who are moving to the USA to eventually provide a more comfortable life for themselves in their native country and brought light to the Founding Fathers’ view in the matter.  Tune in to get the details!...

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On Air News Read for June 16, 2017

After a little drama on whether Alex Walczyk was eligible for the position, the Hooksett Town Council voted to appoint him Councilor at-Large to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Adam Jennings.  Walczyk will serve until June of next year, assuming he’s not elected to the position next May.    Questions arose over whether or not Walczyk had lived in town for the past year and was, therefore eligible for the position, as his name wasn’t on the voter checklist.  (Hm, I thought being a registered voter was required for the position…Anyway…) Councilors voted to confirm his...

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On Air News Read for June 14, 2017

Tempers flared, recriminations reverberated, spinsters spun, playgrounds were threatened and vetoes flew and were overridden as Manchester’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen settled the city’s spending plan for the coming fiscal year, a mere two hours before the budget proposed by Mayor Ted Gatsas in February would have become law under the city charter.  Needless to say, for the fourth time in six years (I think that’s right.  It’s at least the third.), the city’s tax cap was overridden. It all began with Gatsas vetoing the fact finder’s report determining that the Manchester Professional Fire Fighters Association and the...

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Union Greed in the Queen City

(Hour 2a) Rich started off the discussion with the new negotiations for the Firefighters contract in Manchester. He discussed all of the different benefits that come along with being a firefighter in the Queen City, including the Cost of Living Adjustment and a new hazard pay. He continued on with the greed of the contracts by talking about how the firefighters and police officers in the city get a holiday that isn’t even active in New Hampshire and hasn’t been for decades. he then went on to talk about the infeasibility of “Me Too” clauses in contracts, that is to...

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Enrollment Declines Lead to Teacher Reductions in the Queen City

(Hour 3a) Rich spoke about the laying off of teachers at the Manchester School of Technology.  He talked about declining enrollments, pointing out conflicting messages from within the school, and reminded the listeners about past recommendations made about the school.  Finally, he discussed Superintendent Bolgen Vargas’s role in the matter.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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The Push to Restrict Commissioner Edelblut from Reviewing Educational Standards

(Hour 1b) Rich talked about Ann Marie Banfield’s blog post concerning the New Hampshire Superintendents Association’s attempt to block Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut from reviewing English and Math standards.  He shared his support for local control, however disparaged the violation of the law in order to push an agenda. Click here for the mentioned blog post....

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National Police Week and the Investigation Into Denise Robert’s Murder

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to retired officer Jim Gaudet for Public Safety This Week.  Jim started the segment by informing the listeners about National Police Week.  He then answered Rich’s questions concerning a change in public perception of law enforcement since the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States.  Finally, they discussed the continuation of the investigation into the murder of Denise Roberts.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Psychological Profiling NH Students: Parents BEWARE!

What if you found out that your school district was performing psychological evaluations on your children and entering that information into a data-base in an effort to develop a psychological profile on your child?  What if you were not notified and were never asked to consent to this? What if this sensitive information was being shared with researchers outside the school district? Would you be concerned about this information and the possibility of a data breach?  Would you be concerned that teachers, who are not trained and licensed Child Psychologists,will be subjectively doing this?  Would you be concerned about this information...

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