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On Air News Read for November 17, 2017

The town of Amherst has announced Town Hall will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.  Business as usual will resume on Monday the twenty seventh.  They even created this cool flayer to make the announcement.  We’ve got it with this news read at Girard at Large dot com in case you want to take a look. In wake of yesterday’s vote in the House of Representatives to reform the income tax code, First District congressional candidate Senator Andy Sanborn, Republican from Bedford, sent out a statement praising the bill.  Sanborn said the bill, which proposes the first...

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On Air News Read for November 6, 2017

Cornerstone Action is calling on its Manchester supporters to vote for Mayor Ted Gatsas in tomorrow’s city elections.  In an email to its faithful on Friday, Cornerstone informed its members that Gatsas rival Joyce Craig has been endorsed by both the Planned Parenthood of Northern New England Action Fund and Emily’s List, a deep pocketed national PAC dedicated to electing pro-abortion Democratic women.   In saying those endorsements caught their attention, the group urged its members to go to the polls writing quote “you know Planned Parenthood’s supporters will be there,” in big bold letters.  (Emphasis in the original.) The...

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Oh My Head: Special Ed!

(Hours 3a,b,c) Rich talked to Ann Marie Banfield, an unpaid lobbyist at Cornerstone Action, and her guest Jane Ryan for Is Our Children Learning.  Jane shared about her son’s diagnosis of autism before taking a call from John in Hooksett, who asked a question about public information.  Tune in to get all of the details!   (Hour 3b) As the group continued they discussed the purpose of special education.  They talked about vocational rehabilitation, segregated learning, capability to learn and more.  They then took a call from Judy in Manchester, who shared her frustration with what’s happening with vocational...

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On Air News Read for October 20. 2017

The Smarter Balanced Assessment is gone!  That’s what the New Hampshire Department of Education basically said when it announced that American Institutes for Research will provide the statewide standardized assessments that will be used to see how kids in grades three through eight are doing in English and math and they’re doing in grades five, eight and eleven in science.  The S A T will remain the assessment for high school juniors. In a statement released by the department, Commissioner Frank Edelblut said he is confident that A I R will provide high quality assessments designed to meet the...

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Shannon McGinley and Gabrielle Jette Tackle the Transgender Issue

(Hours 1a,2c) Guest hosts Shannon McGinley and Gabrielle Jette of Cornerstone Policy Research opened up this morning’s show by talking about yesterday’s solar eclipse.  They then tackled the transgender issue, speaking about a proposed change in Medicaid funding, rising suicide rates and more.    (Hour 2c) After giving a plug for Felix Alvarado of Straight “A” Academy and speaking about the back-to-school transitions, Shannon and Gabrielle continued in their discussion about proposed changes to Medicaid.  They wondered about the safety in promoting hormone blocking drugs.  Tune in to hear more!...

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American College of Pediatrician President Discusses Gender Identity Disorder

(Hour 1b) Guest hosts Shannon McGineley and Gabrielle Jette of Cornerstone Policy Research talked to Dr. Michelle Cretella, President of the American College of Pediatricians.  Dr. Cretella began the segment by explaining about what gender identity disorder is.  They discussed a disruption of normal psychological development, cause of gender identity disorder, puberty hormone blockers and more.  Tune in to hear all about it....

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National Task Force for Therapy Equality Co-Coordinator Discusses Transgenderism

(Hours 2a,b) Guest hosts Shannon McGineley and Gabrielle Jette of Cornerstone Policy Research talked to David Pickup, Co-Coordinator for the National Task Force for Therapy Equality.  This licensed marriage and family therapist, who specializes in gender identity disorder and was formerly a homosexual, discussed the proposed transgendered gene.  They spoke about social media relationships, social rights issues, harms and possible long-term effects.  Tune in to hear all of the details! (Hour 2b) As Shannon and Gabrielle continued with David they discussed the political side of surgeries and rising suicide rates.  They commented on parental involvement, societal influences and more!...

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Former Transgender Woman who Underwent Surgery Speaks Out

(Hours 3a,b) Guest hosts Shannon McGineley and Gabrielle Jette of Cornerstone Policy Research talked to Walt Heyer, who is a former transgender woman who deeply regrets undergoing hormones and surgery.  Walt began by speaking about where his gender confusion started, before informing the listeners that adults are the ones generating transgenderism.  They then tackled the increase in suicide rates and he gave advice for those struggling with the issue. (Hour 3b) As Walt continued he pointed out resources that someone struggling can utilize and discussed the shocking origin of transgenderism.  Tune in to get more details! Click here and here for...

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NH Fisher Cats: Tyler’s Role, Family-Friendly Fun and Upcoming Events

(Hour 3c) Guest hosts Shannon McGineley and Gabrielle Jette of Cornerstone Policy Research talked to Tyler Murray of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats for the In the Bullpen segment.  After discussing Tyler’s role, Shannon spoke about her background with sports, and they shared about the family-oriented nature of baseball.  They then delved more into Tyler’s role in the job, upcoming events and more!  Tune in to hear all about...

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